There is a lot of debate among sex workers about whether to use a condom when you have oral sex with a customer. Many women feel pressurised to have oral sex without a condom with their customers because other women are offering this service. It is possible to transmit catch or pass on many sexually transmitted infections through oral sex without a condom. The exact risk of getting HIV through oral sex is not known. There have been a few documented case of HIV transmission through oral sex.
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Gonorrhoea, chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts and syphilis are just a few of the sexually transmitted infections that can spread through oral. Oral sex is also one of the most common ways to spread the sexually transmitted diseases HPV, which can raise the risk of throat cancer. If your partner has HPV and you give them oral sex, you can be at risk of the cells in your throat being attacked. Charcoal, by its natural properties, binds and absorbs to bacteria, which is why it is particularly useful following oral sex.
Oral sex can be pretty divisive. Some of us love giving, but feel awkward when receiving. Some love receiving, but are hesitant at giving. Learning how to make oral sex better has a lot to do with reciprocity — but also exploring and knowing how to have fun.
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