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I just finished studying HIV in microbiology. It is possible to spread HIV thru oral sex. As I said, you can get cuts in your mouth. Bite your lip, floss to hard, anything that makes you bleed means an opening. So if you give oral to someone with HIV, it is quite possible to transmit it. I don't mean to be rude, but I do not feel it is appropriate for someone to post inaccurate information that is of such an important matter. Do a web search for "HIV pass oral" click on any of the legitimate websites, and they will tell you it is possible.

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There is a debate whether HIV is transmitted orally in real life. Yes, in laboratory settings they have managed to infect primates orally. What they needed to do to have that happen was amazing. It required unrealistically high doses of HIV and a thoroughly abraded and damaged mouth.

It's very difficult to prove HIV was the result of only oral activity. Some say it's impossible. In any case it is so unlikely as to be the safest sex for HIV. As to other STD's, many are orally transmitted. That's why HSV and HPV are the norm, are present in most adults.

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It is not completely impossible to get HIV/AIDS from oral sex. It is a lot less likely than intercourse, but still possible, especially if one has a small cut in his/her mouth.

There is also a chance of catching any number of STD's from giving/reciving oral. Chlamydia,Gonorrhea,Trichomoniasis in addition to HSV and HPV. Anytime body fluids are being swapped - STD's can be swapped too.

We personally only use condoms for intercourse. We should use it for oral too, but we do not. Dental dams are supposed to be good for oral, but I have never tried one.

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On the bareback thread it has been posted that it is very unlikely to be infected with HIV through oral alone. Some would go so far as to say that in the real world it's essentially impossible. In any case bareback oral sex, as far as HIV is concerned, is safer than intercourse using a condom.

As for HSV and HPV it's a different story, as both are rather easily passed during oral sex. Condoms provide small protection. But most people are already infected with one or both, so you are likely infected also. I think you'll find few swingers use condoms or dental dams for oral sex.

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I would like to know this too... how many out there use rubbers for oral sex? And if you don't use them for oral sex, do you use them for intercourse?

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