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Nill
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Oral sex in condom

what do you think about oral sx in condom? Is it the way how you can really satisfy your partner or to be satisfied itself? Or oral sex without condom gives more feelings and emotions? How important it is to feel your partner? Is it possible to feel the partner through protection? Do you practice such way of sex?

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Nill
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STIs are caused by viruses or bacteria that like warm, soft, moist places such as your mouth and genital area (penis, anus, area between penis and anus).
STIs can spread from the genital area to the mouth and from the mouth to the genital area. They are generally passed between people via body fluids or direct contact with skin or sores. Though there's admittedly less risk of STIs in oral sex than in anal sex, the risk still exists. You can get a bacterial infection of chlamydia, syphilis, or gonorrhea in your mouth and/or throat and in some rarer occasions can develop genital warts in the mouth. So, protection is important.

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Herpes is commonly passed between genitals and the mouth, and HIV can be passed through cuts in the mouth or small abrasions.
The only 100 percent effective way to avoid an STI is not to have oral, vaginal, or anal sex at all. If you are planning to have oral sex, know how to make it safer by avoiding the exchange of bodily fluids and other risky contact.
Before you have oral sex, talk to your partner about sexual history, history of STIs, and protection.

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Nill
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Some people think that using a condom makes sex less fun. Other people have become creative and find condoms sexy. Not having to worry about infecting someone will definitely make sex much more enjoyable!
If you are not used to using condoms: practice, practice, practice.

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Shop around: Use lubricated latex condoms. Always use latex, because lambskin condoms don't block HIV and STDs, and polyurethane condoms break more often than latex (if you are allergic to latex, polyurethane condoms are an option). Shop around and find your favorite brand. Try different sizes and shapes (yes, they come in different sizes and shapes! :cheer: ;) :P ). There are a lot of choices one will work for you be sure in that. Keep it fresh: Store condoms loosely in a cool, dry place (not your wallet). Make sure your condoms are fresh--check the expiration date. Throw away condoms that have expired, been very hot, or been washed in the washer. If you think the condom might not be good, get a new one. You and your partner are worth it.

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Take it easy. Open the package carefully, so that you don't rip the condom. Be careful if you use your teeth. Make sure that the condom package has not been punctured (there should be a pocket of air). Check the condom for damaged packaging and signs of aging such as brittleness, stickiness, and discoloration.

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Nill
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Keep it hard. Put on the condom after the penis is erect and before it touches any part of a partner's body. If a penis is uncircumcised, the foreskin must be pulled back before putting on the condom. Heads up! Make sure the condom is right-side out. It's like a sock--there's a right side and a wrong side. Before you put it on the penis, unroll the condom about half an inch to see which direction it is unrolling. Then put it on the head of the penis and hold the tip of the condom between your fingers as you roll it all the way down the shaft of the penis from head to base. This keeps out air bubbles that can cause the condom to break. It also leaves a space for semen to collect after ejaculation.

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Slippery when wet. If you use a lubricant , it should be a water-soluble lubricant (for example, ID Glide, K-Y Jelly, Slippery Stuff, Foreplay, Wet, Astroglide) in order to prevent breakdown of the condom. Products such as petroleum jelly, massage oils, butter, Crisco, Vaseline, and hand creams are not considered water-soluble lubricants and should not be used.

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Put lubricant on after you put on the condom, not before--it could slip off. Add more lube often. Dry condoms break more easily.
Come and go...: Withdraw the penis immediately after ejaculation, while the penis is still erect; grasp the rim of the condom between your fingers and slowly withdraw the penis (with the condom still on) so that no semen is spilled. Clean up. Throw out the used condom right away. Tie it off to prevent spillage or wrap it in bathroom tissue and put it in the garbage. Condoms can clog toilets. Use a condom only once. Never use a condom that has been used by someone else.

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It is possible for oral sex to transmit HIV, whether the infected partner is performing or receiving oral sex. But the risk is low compared with unprotected vaginal or anal sex. If you choose to perform oral sex, and your partner is male, you may: use a latex condom on the penis; or if you or your partner is allergic to latex, plastic (polyurethane) condoms can be used. If you choose to share sex toys, such as dildos or vibrators, with your partner,
each partner should use a new condom on the sex toy; and be sure to clean sex toys between each use. Be careful and avoid sxually transmitted diseases.

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Nill
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Even though oral sex is a low-risk sexual practice, you may want to use protection when performing oral sex on someone who has HIV.
Dental dams are small squares of latex that were made originally for use in dental procedures. They are now commonly used as barriers when performing oral sex on women, to keep in vaginal fluids or menstrual blood that could transmit HIV or other STDs.
Some people use plastic wrap instead of a dental dam. It's thinner.

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