Despite that misconception, having oral sex is actually risky sexual behavior that puts all participants involved in jeopardy of contracting a number of sexually transmitted diseases STDs and infections. Certain STDs can be contracted via oral sex just as easily as vaginal sex. A number of STDs can be contracted from oral sex but using barrier methods such as dental dams or condoms during oral sex can greatly reduce your chances of contracting an STD. The following STDs can be contracted through oral sex:. Oral sex is a sexual activity in which the genitalia of one partner is stimulated by the mouth of the other partner; fellatio is mouth-to-penis contact and cunnilingus is mouth-to-vagina contact. Slang terms or sex lingo for these acts include— blowjobs, giving head, going down on, or eating out. Analingus is mouth-to-anus contact. Slang terms for analingus include rimming or tossing salad. Though most people feel they are well-educated about safe sex and STDs , it is important to know which diseases can be transmitted through unprotected oral sex.
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Is Oral Sex Safe? Which STDs are Possible?
Some people mistakenly believe that it is rare or impossible for sexually transmitted infections to be spread through oral sex. It is essential that sexually active people understand how STIs are transmitted and how they can reduce the risk of spreading infections. It is possible to contract many STIs through oral sex, as oral sex involves close contact and often an exchange of bodily fluids. Different STIs spread at different rates and through various bodily fluids.
Can you get an STD from oral sex?
Oral sex involves using the mouth, lips, or tongue to stimulate the penis fellatio , vagina cunnilingus , or anus anilingus of a sex partner. The penis and testicles and the vagina and area around the vagina are also called the genitals or genital area. Oral sex is commonly practiced by sexually-active adults.
So you know about using condoms to prevent pregnancy and contracting STIs during sexual intercourse, but what about using protection during oral sex? While the risk of contracting most STIs from oral sex is lower than for vaginal or anal sex, there is still the risk of transmission. HPV , or human papillomavirus, is well known for causing the development of abnormal cells that can lead to cervical cancer, but can also cause mouth and throat cancer. Condoms and dental dams can be used to protect all parties involved in oral sex. Condoms should be placed completely covering the penis.