Serious questions about gay sex.

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    Nov 06, 2007 1:57 AM GMT
    1. Does anal sex put you at a higher risk of COLON CANCER or PROSTATE CANCER?

    2. Does unprotected anal sex(monogamously and with no infection or STD infecting either person) put you at risk for other infections due to like, fecal matter or bacteria or anything?

    3. In unprotected anal sex, is it safe to ejaculate in your partner or visa-versa. Does the ejaculate damage organ tissues or anything?

    These are just some of the questions that I've thought about for a long time now, and I really dont know about any of it.
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    Nov 06, 2007 2:14 AM GMT
    1. No
    2. to the fucker...think of where his dick is going unprotected
    3. No
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    Nov 06, 2007 2:35 PM GMT
    keep it wrapped, better to be on the safe side
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    Nov 06, 2007 5:45 PM GMT
    1. No.

    2. If your bottom cleans out properly, there's nothing to worry about.

    3. Play safe. Why place your partner at risk for anything you might have and why place yourself at risk for getting anything he might have.

    Remember, use more lube, not less, it prevents tissue (ass, skin on your cock, rectum) from tearing which lets infection in.

    Enjoy yourself!

    Eric
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    Nov 07, 2007 2:09 AM GMT
    1. Does anal sex put you at a higher risk of COLON CANCER or PROSTATE CANCER?

    No

    2. Does unprotected anal sex(monogamously and with no infection or STD infecting either person) put you at risk for other infections due to like, fecal matter or bacteria or anything?

    Yes, a slight risk of urinary tract/prostate infections for the top, and of infection to the bottom just due to abrasion (this danger is there regardless or protection). I think this is comparable to the risks accompanying heterosexual intercourse.

    3. In unprotected anal sex, is it safe to ejaculate in your partner or visa-versa. Does the ejaculate damage organ tissues or anything?

    The risk of trasmitting an STD is there, but there is no other risk from sperm. Assuming a monagamous relationship and no STDs, you could make an argument that the risk of damage from latex is greater than the risk without.

    Still, the recommended behavior is to wear a condom for anal sex, to prevent transmission of any unknown STDs and other agents.
  • MarkX

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    Nov 07, 2007 6:14 PM GMT
    Safer sex practices are recommended 100% of the time.

    I have a euphemistic friend who'd get tested for HIV periodically but not for other STDs. When he contracted herpes at age 18, his initial outbreak was mild and he didn't bother having it checked out. He lived with it for 17 years before being diagnosed. Had someone asked him about his STD status, he'd have honestly replied he thought he was free and clear.

    Your partner doesn't always know. YOU don't always know. Be safe.
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    Nov 09, 2007 1:43 AM GMT
    don't forget about HPV.

    men often forget about it because it mainly occurs in women, setting them at higher risk for cervical cancer. men have no outward signs of infections, but unprotected anal sex can result in HPV infection and lead to anal cancers in the future. this is more common in immunocompromised patients (HIV, chemotherapy, alcoholics, etc.) but can still happen to anyone.

    prevention and diagnosis? anal pap smear

    ask your doctor or go here if you think you might be at risk or need more information.

    http://aids.about.com/cs/conditions/a/analpaps.htm
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    Nov 09, 2007 9:22 PM GMT
    yeungling, I was reading on HPV and it said that it is NOT preventable by condoms! HPV can only be transferred by and HPV infected person right? Just like any other STD?
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    Jul 12, 2009 8:22 PM GMT
    Some guys just need to be ignored.......don't even waste time or energy saying a word in response.
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    Jul 12, 2009 8:31 PM GMT
    KissingPro saidSome guys just need to be ignored.......don't even waste time or energy saying a word in response.


    Or reported. Either way, he'll be gone by tomorrow.
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    Jul 12, 2009 8:49 PM GMT
    Whoo. I finally just ignored that Battymam guy.
  • rnch

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    Jul 13, 2009 5:02 AM GMT
    Sedative saidWhoo. I finally just ignored that Battymam guy.
    same here!
  • Webster666

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    Jul 13, 2009 6:13 AM GMT
    1. Does anal sex put you at a higher risk of COLON CANCER or PROSTATE CANCER?
    Answer: No

    2. Does unprotected anal sex(monogamously and with no infection or STD infecting either person) put you at risk for other infections due to like, fecal matter or bacteria or anything?
    Answer: No

    3. In unprotected anal sex, is it safe to ejaculate in your partner or visa-versa.
    Answer: No, because you can't be sure that your partner has not been having sex with someone else, contracted HIV or an STD, and is now passing it on to you.

    Does the ejaculate damage organ tissues or anything?
    Answer: No.
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    Jul 31, 2010 10:59 PM GMT
    Umm yeah it puts you at a higher risk for getting a UTI. A tract infection is no joke, and its happened to me. There are TONS of E Coli and other bacteria that live in and around the rectum. It is a breeding ground for bacteria. To the last poster I don't know what you're thinking...

    After I went to the doctors because it stung everytime i took a piss, had him stick a q tip up my urethra...I almost screamed it hurt so badly.

    Wear a condom. And if you don't...make sure he has evacuated and then cleaned himself thoroughly. The risk is still there.
  • Jerry49

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    Jan 25, 2011 5:22 AM GMT
    Is it safe for two men to have anal sex when the passive (bottom) partner has been identified as having prostate cancer?