We don't need to scare you anymore…
"Instead we can just give you some plain facts. HIV transmission does occur through oral sex - but not very often. No-one can say what the exact chances are. In many studies oral sex doesn't show up as any risk at all. In a few other studies there is a small risk attached to the person doing the cock-sucking. There are a number of confirmed case reports of HIV transmission through oral sex. From these, we can say that there are some circumstances which make HIV transmission through oral sex more likely. These include: - when you have cuts or sores in the mouth (often you're not aware of them) and/or you have other infections or sexually transmitted diseases in or around the mouth and/or you get cum in your mouth. Of course, unprotected anal intercourse is still the most effective way for HIV to be sexually transmitted. But the rest of the news isn't as GRIM as it used to be. HIV transmission though oral sex has been extensively researched & written about. If you'd like more detailed information, ring your local AIDS council."
Black-and-white drawing of a nude man talking to a small grim reaper sitting on his knee.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--TransmissionAnal sexDeathNudityOral sexPenisSexually transmitted diseasesSkeleton
42.0cm x 29.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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