Best Method for Protective Oral Sex with female
Jun 13, 2003
What's the best method of protection to use regarding performing oral sex on a female. I've heard of saran wrap but that sounds kind of sketchy. What's the deal with dental dams? I've never seen one before, do you get them at a dental supply store?
All in all, do you think that using protection on a female is even necessary? Are the risks low for getting STD's from performing oral sex on a female?
Thanks for the advice. It's really appreciated :)
Response from Mr. Kull
Using protection when performing oral sex on a female is really up to you. Transmission through performing cunnilingus is highly unlikely, but since risk for HIV and other STI transmission is not absent, some people feel better taking extra precautions.
Saran wrap is an effective barrier against HIV. You can also cut a latex conodom up one side and open it into a square, then stretch it out between your mouth and the vagina. Dental dams can be purchased at specialty shops, like condomania.
If you chose to perform oral sex on a woman without protection, make sure that you do have good oral health, your partner isn't menstruating, and that there aren't STIs present in your partner's genitals or your mouth.
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