How safe is oral sex?

Seriously, who doesn’t love oral sex? Both men and women love to be pleasured way down, and it is the best way to reach orgasm. In oral sex, you don’t have to worry about who’s going to come first, or how to maneuver synching your orgasm with the other, or worry about multitasking. With oral sex, all you have to do is lie down, or sit down, or stand up, cherish the sole attention on you, and enjoy the waves of pleasure you’re receiving from your partner.


How oral sex works

Oral sex is the sexual act where your partner is using the mouth, tongue, and fingers to pleasure you through your genitals, and vice versa. There are really no exact rules and guidelines in doing the sucking and the licking of the genitals or anus in the right way, because what works for another person may not work for you. Oral sex is all about having the keen perception of anticipating and knowing what your partner wants, to experiment with your tongue movements and see how it affects the other. Most importantly, it is better to tell your partner how to pleasure you and release all inhibitions.


Is oral sex safe?

Oral sex is an intimate act that poses a low risk of getting HIV transmitted diseases. The only health risk in oral sex is acquiring STIs (sexually transmittable infections) like herpes, pubic lice, genital warts, chlamydia, syphilis, and gonorrhea, and getting sores in your genital area. You have the risk of getting these infections because in oral sex, you get to be in contact with the genital fluids or feces. It is important to make sure that you or your partner does not have signs or symptoms of sores or infections in the mouth or genitals prior to doing oral sex. Refrain from giving oral sex of you have a throat infection, or sores in your mouth, and do have receive oral sex if you have blisters, inflamed genital piercings, rashes or warts in your genitals or anus.

It is always better to safe than be sorry later, and so it is highly recommended that in oral sex, you need to use a condom or a dental dam. Though most argue that the use of those tools will lessen the pleasure of the oral sex, it is still better to use them especially when done with a stranger.

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