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Is it possible to contract STDs by giving blowjobs without condoms when both partners are virgins with no sexual intercourses in the past? And the only activities even remotely sexual were kissing?
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Yep. STDs can often be transmitted in ways other than sexual contact--take, for instance, herpes. There are two kinds, oral and genital. You can get oral from drinking after someone else or even getting a kiss from aunt ruth if she's got a sore at the time. Unfortunately, if you've got oral herpes and give someone a blowjob while you've got a flareup, you can then give them genital herpes. Unpleasant, to say the least.

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