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Brenda_91
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I know that I will be reprimanded for this , but twice I've give my boyfriend a blow job, and neither time have we used condoms. I know, however, that's he clean-- I won't catch an STD from him, so I'm okay with it.

Anyways, both times I swallowed. It just seemed like the logical thing to do. But what exactly do you do if you spit? This is purely a question based on curiosity.

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Lin
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How do you know he is clean?

Have you been monogamous for at least 1 year?

Have you been practicing safer sex for one year?

Have you both had TWO negative full STD and STI screens?

If your answer is No to any of the following, you do not know for sure he is STD free. Heck, you won't know even if you say yes to all the questions.

You know hon, it is very very upsetting to know that our posters have so much safer sex information in front of them and still choose to indulge in sexual practices which are unsafe.

Spitting or swallowing is not an issue here simply because we advocate using condoms for male oral sex. However, in answer to your question, I would assume that you just either went to the bathroom to spit the semen out or have something ready to spit the semen into.

[This message has been edited by Lin (edited 06-21-2001).]


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Mophead
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Sorry, hon, but I'm with Lin on this one. There's a good chance of you picking up something. I'm sure you know how to use a condom, but if you don't, click here: http://www.scarleteen.com/infection/condom.html
Put some lube into the condom before rolling it on your partner's penis. If he complains, leave.

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Pixie69
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And if you learn to put a condom on with your mouth (practice first! You have to watch out for teeth and air bubbles and such) I'm sure he won't complain But, in answer to your question, most of the silly girls I know spit it into a tissue afterwards

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mshorselady
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My bf and I are at a similar place in our relationship as Brenda_91. We have alot a serious talks about where we are in our love(sex) life. We decided to go and get tested for std's and are happy to report that we both are negative. (We should cause we are both virgins and are in a monogamous relationship for 4 years.) We plan to have sex later this summer but for now just do each orally. When we got tested for std and got the results we asked the doctor if we could forgo condoms and dental dams with a reasonable certainity of not contracting an std and he said the risk is extremelt slight. The risk of driving to his office is greater then the risk of catching std as long as we remain monogamous. I don't say this to give the impression that everyone can forgo protection from std but with knowing your partner inside and out you can have a certain security of your risks. I swallowed for the first time two days ago.

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StAr143
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The one time I did it, we were in the car, and I opened the door and spit it outside... :-) he keeps a bottle of water in there....so i can rinse my mouth out... we have a very open relationship. :-D
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Heather
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Mshorse, you haven't at all been irresponsible, nnor do you give that impression.

In fact, you have followed all the general sexual health guidelines for safer sex practices, so long as you both DO stay monogamous.

So, there ya go.

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