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Is Unprotected Anal Sex Without Ejaculation Safe

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Ejaculated Anal Sex without Condom

Hi, I am a 25 year old male. Today, my girlfriend and I were just trying out anal sex without condoms and without any sort of lube (except for some lotion and some saliva because that was all that were available)and because both of us were stupid...
Shannon Southall

Response from Shannon Southall

Rocky Mountain CARES
HiWith both of you being negative from all the STI's there is no risk of transmission. The unprotected anal sex then going to vaginal sex just puts her at risk for a bacterial infection because unless you cleaned yourself off prior to vaginal... Read more »

Having unprotected anal sex w/ a unknown partner.

I had sex with a stranger about three days ago. He penetrated me anally and we had anal sex w/out... Read more »

Unprotected Anal Sex

About two weeks ago I had unprotected anal sex with another guy. I was the penetrator and was only... Read more »
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Methamphetamine and Sildenafil (Viagra) Use Are Linked to Unprotected Receptive and Insertive Anal Sex, Respectively, in a Sample of Men Who Have Sex With Men

In the current study, researchers investigated the association of methamphetamine, sildenafil, and other substance use with unprotected receptive and insertive anal sex among men who have sex with men (MSM) through an encounter-specific analysis.... Read more »
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Health Department Highlights Health Risks of Unprotected Anal Sex Among Heterosexual Women in New York City

Unprotected anal sex poses well known health hazards for men, but new research suggests that the practice is a significant health issue for women as well. More than 100,000 New York City women engage in anal intercourse each year, according to a new... Read more »
AIDS Survival Project

Condoms and Condemnations -- Another Look at Unprotected Anal Sex

Barebacking. Again. For those of you who don't already know (were you abducted by aliens or something?), "barebacking" is what we call it when gay men engage in unprotected anal intercourse. Recently, I read an article in a local gay and lesbian... Read more »
Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

Research Update: Are Lubes Safe for Anal Sex?

The results of two research studies were released in 2010 (at the International Microbicides Conference) which, some may think, call into question the safety of using lubricants for anal sex. But what do these results show? Is the evidence enough to... Read more »
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unprotected anal sex

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
Four months ago I had anonymous, unprotected anal sex in which I was the "top" guy. I don't know the status of my partner, but he didn't want me to use a condom; chances are he's positive. What kind of risk did I take compared to giving oral sex... Read more »

Unprotected Vaginal, no ejaculation

Posted by Anonymous, 2 Replies
How high a risk is unprotected receptive vaginal sex with ejaculation outside of the body? What is the chance of being infected by precum only? My rapid test was negative at 34 days. I am unsure of my partners status. Penetration lasted some time,... Read more »

Brief anal dipping with precum, no ejaculation, whats my chances?

Posted by mcclean1993, 1 Reply
Around 5 weeks ago I had my first gay dipping encounter as the receptive bottom. Regretfully there was no condom usage, only mild dipping on his part with the tip of his penis but he did have precum. After around 20 seconds or less I said to stop... Read more »

Unprotected sex

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
If you have unprotected sex, but the guy your with "pulls out" when he's done. Does that make your chances slim? Also if you give a guy oral sex, and accidently swallow, is your risk really high? Please advise!

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