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lfc4life
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Hey

Just wondering If I can pick up any sexual diseases from allowing my girlfriend to give me a blowjob without using a comdom! I can't see how I can, it's just the girl can isn't it?

I know you should always use a condom during oral sex but it really doesnt feel as good with it on and with it on you and you cant cum in their mouth well suppose thats why you use a comdom in the first place lol

Thanks

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-Lauren-
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Yep. 80-90% of the population has oral herpes, which manifests as cold sores for some. This can be transmitted to the genitals during unprotected oral sex, even before an outbreak (if any) occurs. But you're right in that the risk is significantly higher for the receptive partner, so absolutely no going without barriers until those STI screenings are negative! [Smile]

(And for the record, just this weekend I tried a flavored condom for oral sex when before we'd gone without, and my partner said it was the best session ever. If the receptive partner likes what he/she's tasting and feels safe and secure, they can focus a lot more on making you feel good.)

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wobblyheadedjane
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Also, if you were concerned about diseases during sexual activity, it shouldn't just be about you, but about your partner too, eh? Unprotected oral sex does pose significantly higher risks for the giver than the receiver, and like Lauren said, your partner might find it much easier to relax and enjoy the session if she knows that you've got HER interests at heart and not just your own.

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