The only sure way to prevent the spread of diseases by oral sex IS to use a condom. Think about it....HIV/AIDS is spread by the sharing of bodily fluids. So, if someone gives you a bj and you ejaculate in their mouth....you've shared body fluids. Or try this, if the person has it and your penis gets cut by a tooth...then you could potentially get it! So, that's why they have flavored condoms. Remember...ANY sexual act can allow for the sharing of bodily fluids. Some are more "potent" than others, but they all can create some possibility for a sexually transmitted disease, not just HIV/AIDS! Better to be safe than sorry.
Yes you can get some STD's by oral sex, but
not easily AIDS.
You don't get AIDS by sharing body fluids.
While there are some AIDS viruses in semen,vaginal fluid and sometimes very few in saliva , the AIDS virus has to enter the blood system. Furthermore the AIDS virus cannot survive in small numbers. So basically the blood ,vaginal fluid or the semen of the infected person has to enter your blood system in order to get AIDS.
There are too few AIDS viruses in Saliva to infect somebody else.
If somebody gives ORAL to you and she cuts your penis with her teeth, you will not get AIDS unless her gums are bleeding. Also kissing cannot give you AIDS unless both people have got cuts on the lips or bleeding gums.
Yes, the risk is lower with oral sex but is ANY risk worth it? I'm just concerned that folks are going to understand that risks are lower and "let down their guard" against an awful, out of control - but easy to control disease.
Have you ever had sex, then given oral sex to your woman. I am a woman, and I prefer sex before I get 'eaten out'. The sex gets me in the mood, and the oral sex will give me an orgasm. I make my husband wear condoms, as I don't really want a baby right now, and the flavored condoms make my vagina taste better than normal plastic condom taste. Just an idea... <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/tongue.gif">