HIV Risk Of Deep Kissing
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Chicago Black Gay Mens CaucusThanks for the question,Typically kissing (even deep french kissing) is not really considered a risk. This is because blood isn't just hanging out in both people's mouths nor is something like saliva going to transmit HIV. However, two... Read more »
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Highly Stressed: Stressful and Traumatic Experiences Among Individuals With HIV/AIDS in the Deep SouthAmong persons living with HIV infection, a history of traumatic and/or stressful experiences is prevalent "and has been consistently associated with poorer health outcomes," the authors wrote. Yet little is known about incident stressful experiences... Read more »
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Prevalence of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Physical Trauma in an HIV-Positive Sample From the Deep SouthSexual and severe physical abuse in childhood is associated with the following in adults: post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, dissociation, substance abuse, revictimization, high-risk sexual behaviors, and engaging in abuse of... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesThis may be kind of a silly question and I apologise if it is. I am a married heterosexual male. I engaged in some deep french kissing for about a half an hour with a woman I really didn't know. I met her at a bar and probably let this happen as a... Read more »
Posted by supernervousguy, 1 ReplyI know this is probably an obnoxious question, but hopefully someone can help satisfy my curiosity. I am aware that deep/french/tongue kissing is next to zero risk for transmission. However, in many places online and on this forum, it is placed in... Read more »
Posted by TopGuy1, 1 ReplyAbout a month ago I had sex with a couple of guys on a vacation, in gay sauna. They gave me oral and we kissed (real deep french kissing), no anal. I had something like a zit on the penis and canker sore in the mouth. One guy rimmed me.
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Posted by Katietaylor, 1 ReplyPlease can someone give me their honest opinion on whether this is a reason for me to be concerned and tested?
Im going out of my mind with worry and keep checking my body for HIV symptoms due what I believe my risky exposure.
Im a 34 year old woman... Read more »
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