Thanks Magik, I meant to comment on this before.

Jugg,
There is way more that can go wrong as a result of unprotected oral sex than AIDS/HIV. While it is true that AIDS/HIV is not spread through saliva, and that it is not as likely to spread from girl to guy during intercourse, it does happen. Meaning a guy going down on a girl isn't likely to get AIDS/HIV, it could happen.

Also, as I mentioned, there is more that can go wrong as a result of oral sex, of either kind. In recent years there have been huge numbers of high school kids, especially girls, getting things like gonorhea in their mouth and throat because often they are pressured by guys with "If you're not ready for sex, how about if you just give me a blowjob." Often, it is argued that if she gives him a blowjob, she will still be a virgin. Idk if he "returns the favor," but I don't think so.

And here is yet one more example of a girl with an incurable disease for the rest of her life. Granted she had unhealed piercings (open wounds) on her "girl parts," and may not have gotten it otherwise, but still, this is a body piercing site after all, and its also possible to have an open wound or sore there, without a piercing. Read this story:

http://www.bmezine.com/pierce/10-female/outer/A60719/outacaut.html

Jugg, PLEASE don't be telling people they don't need to be careful with unprotected oral sex, with people they don't know the sexual history of, and/or with unhealed genital piercings.

And as I said before Jugg, there is a lot of good stuff in this blog. Thanks for posting it here, and I look forward to seeing your other blogs.

uHello


Joann

"Jo Possibly" became "Jo Pierced" on Friday, 10 April '09
Happy 3 year piercing birthday to me ~ 10 April, 2012. Yes, 3 years, the time just flew by.

 
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Posted on November 1, 2009, 3:59 pm

You might want to think about either removing or editing this blog jugg. There are a lot of younger people on this site and handing out info about not using protection, especially with piercings, is dangerous to do. Plus, do we really need sex ed courses here?


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