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Author Topic: Will it be ALWAYS SAFE to do this 2 (two)?  (Read 1864 times)

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Offline ngecrut

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Will it be ALWAYS SAFE to do this 2 (two)?
« on: August 17, 2007, 06:29:21 AM »
Dear friends,

From the lessons, I understand that kissing and getting a blowjob (being insertive felatio) is not a risk of HIV.
My question is :
a) Can I feel free to have a wet kiss (involving tounge playing) and french kiss even with someone who I don't know their HIV status? Is it still save if I have wet/french kissing session with him/her everyday, let's say 10 times a day and 30 minutes each session?

b) The same question is regarding to getting a blowjob. Is it will always safe to get a blowjob without condom everyday, eventhough my partner is HIV positive?

So far, I only play those 2 (two) kind of sex activity since I know from the lesson that kissing and getting a blowjob (insertive felatio) is not a HIV risk.
However, sometimes I doubt that there is a possibility I can get contracted HIV thorugh those 2 (two) activities if I do it very intensive and very frequent.

Kindly advise me on those matter.
Thanks in advance for your attention.

Offline Matty the Damned

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Re: Will it be ALWAYS SAFE to do this 2 (two)?
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2007, 06:36:08 AM »
Ngecrut,

A) It doesn't matter how you kiss someone, HIV cannot be transmitted that way. Saliva contains numerous substances which actually inhibit HIV. In the 25+ year history of the pandemic HIV has never been transmitted via kissing and on that basis I feel comfortable in assuring you it never will be.

B) The same applies here. You cannot contract HIV from receiving a blowjob. Obviously this applies to blowjobs given by HIV positive people. Logically one cannot contract HIV from an HIV negative person.

As always, I encourage you to read our Welcome Thread to learn more about how HIV is and is not transmitted.

MtD

 


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