Aug 28, 2002
Just two simple questions. Is sucking on a woman's nipple considered penetrative sex? If so, unprotective nipple sucking would pose a risk for HIV? Thanks.
Response from Mr. Kull
HIV transmission through contact with breastmilk is only known to occur when an infected mother breastfeeds an infant.
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