Oral sex ed

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Penis-in-vagina sex is not the be-all-end-all of sex. Oral sex can be just as pleasurable — if not more so — than penetrative sex. You know whose genital juice tastes like cookies and cream? We all have a taste down there. Avoid garlic, onions, asparagus, and cabbage, which reportedly make for a less-than-pleasant flavor. Any skin-to-skin contact with the genitals can spread STIs.

Safer Oral Sex Practices

Oral sex - Better Health Channel

False : You can't get sexually transmitted infections or diseases STI from having oral sex. Oral sex is defined as the act of sexual intimacy from mouth-to-penis fellatio , mouth-to-vagina cunnilingus , or mouth—to—anus. Or in slang terms: a blowjob, going down, giving head, or rimming. You can't get pregnant from oral sex, but you can get an STI. Some people like it; others do not. Discussing this decision with a doctor, older sibling, or other trusted adult may help you in this decision. STIs can spread from the genital area to the mouth and from the mouth to the genital area.

Everything You Need to Know About Oral Sex

But before they go, they have one final lesson, one last barrier method for their teacher to sheepishly explain: the dental dam, a latex sheet used as a barrier during oral sex. The instructor would inform the students that dental dams are flavored, and that they should only be used once and then thrown away. Even the teachers, preaching about the dangers of STIs, have probably never bought one themselves. Read: The enduring unpopularity of the female condom.
Think about it: Oral sex puts you into contact with skin and body fluids—semen, vaginal fluids, blood, urine, feces, breast milk—any of which can contain disease-causing viruses or bacteria… And spitting out these fluids will not protect you from infection. Simple acts like shaving too close and flossing leave tiny cuts that can allow viruses and bacteria to enter the body. Sexually transmitted infections STIs that can be passed from one partner to another through oral sex include herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphillis and Human papillomavirus HPV.