Insertive Oral Sex, conflicting answers, thebody's stance?
Apr 9, 2012
I've asked numerous questions that have fallen on blind eyes so I'm not getting my hopes up to get this question answered but I hope someone will in fact answer my question. I recently had oral sex performed on me (I was the insertive partner) with another woman. Afterwards, my mind began racing with "what if's" and I shouldn't have done it, my fault. However, after google and bing searches, most literature in regard to being the insertive partner (the one getting sucked) says there has NEVER been a case confirmed and that other STD's would be more likely to be caught through this. Why does everyone on this site warrant testing when receiving oral sex when I can easily provide slews of information from doctors, accredited information sites, etc that argue that fact? I just want to know the reasoning behind you guys saying one should test for insertive oral sex? It would be greatly appreciated!
Response from Dr. Wohl
I agree with you. DW
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