Pack more than just sun protection this summer!
Today I am asking you to pack more than just sun protection this summer! Even if you're just getting oral, be prepared. We are discussing head and the myth of safety. While some acts are legal, it doesn’t mean they’re safe.
While NSW has no legislation specifically banning unsafe oral sex there are guidelines recommending the use of condoms. However, unlike VIC and QLD where unprotected oral is illegal, in NSW it is much easier to find an unprotected service.
If you're seeking erotic services you must be aware of the risks involved, but also should be able to take solace in the fact that most workers take their job very seriously and wouldn't usually let such a workplace health and safety issue ruin their career. However, some will and it does happen throughout NSW. Therefore, you should know the risks and myths.
There are multiple reasons to opt for condom use during oral or avoid oral on females without protection at certain times.
Even with a long term partner or short term playmate if you feel a tingle from a cold sore, have any cuts in your mouth or are experiencing any symptoms of an STI.
Oral sex can transmit diseases, although the risk may be much smaller than penetrative vagnial or anal sex. Oral sex can transmit diseases such as:
- Genital warts (HPV)
- Intestinal parasites (amebiasis), and
- Hepatitis A
These are examples of STDs which can be transmitted during oral sex with an infected partner. The disease can exist and be carried in the person's throat. Alarmingly many people consider unprotected oral a safe sex practice when it is indeed not. It’s safer to be protected than sorry.
If you’re worried about sensitivity to try out Sagami's worlds thinnest condoms which are 0.038 mm thick. When it comes to head and the myth of safety, its much better to give up a little sensitivity than to catch anything risky. To see how far we have come and why you really shouldn’t complain about modern condoms read the History of condoms to see just how far we have come. when it comes to safe sex.
You cannot often tell just by looking at someone, or looking at their genitals, if they are 'clean' or not. Alarmingly, many consider oral sex to be a safe or no-risk sexual practice. This is an incorrect assumption, to protect yourself be aware, get checked and the symptoms. When in doubt always be safe, not sorry.