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Markl2004
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I was wondering if a girl is giving a blow job, is it possible for her to get an STD without even swallowing cum or any possible pre-cum without a condom. I'm just wondering, Thanks.
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Heather
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Sure is. STDs like HPV (Genital warts) and Herpes are transmitted by simple contact of your skin to her mucus membranes (the tissues inside her mouth).

There fore, use a codnom. Beyond that, be able to really assess your risks by getting tested for all STDs so that you can let any partner what they need to worry about to begin with.


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