Re: Oral Sex?
Jun 26, 2001
Hi. In your post Oral Sex? (June 25) you state that "If you do not get blood, semen, or vaginal/cervical secretions in your mouth when engaging in oral sex, then infection is practically impossible." Does this mean that the risk from exposure to pre-cum is minimal?
Response from Mr. Kull
I used the term "semen" to include both ejaculate and pre-ejaculate.
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