Can I get HIV from a blowjob? From giving head? From getting a BJ? Or from swallowing semen? Oral sex is “low risk” in terms of getting HIV. There is no transmission
Get the basic facts: what it does to your immune system and body, how you can get it, how you know you have it, and what you can do about it.
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Protecting Yourself. The best way to protect yourself from HIV is to abstain from oral, vaginal, and anal sex and to not share needles. If you do have sex, using
Oral sex and Aids. Since there is a transference of body fluids during oral sex the Aids virus can be transmitted during this act. Blood, semen, male pre-seminal
Oral sex is a great way to get closer to someone and learn what turns each other on, but it does carry a very small risk of HIV.
Some things you do now can raise your chances of getting HIV, but you can’t change things you were born with or happened in the past.
FAST FACTS. You can only get HIV through the bodily fluids of an infected person (e.g. blood, semen, breast milk). HIV can be transmitted during unprotected sex
Oral sex. Oral sex can take place in various ways. Stimulation of the man’s penis by his partner’s mouth and tongue (fellatio, blow job) Stimulation of the woman
So how can we get people to use latex condoms (or dental dams) during oral sex? Truth is, most folks won’t. So how can you give a blow-job safely?