Condoms for oral sex?

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    Jun 05, 2010 8:00 AM GMT
    Hey so I was just curious to see if you guys use condoms when performing or getting oral sex. Does it depend on the situation (relationship vs hook up)?

    Would you have unprotected oral sex with someone you just met? Has this ever had any negative consequences for you?

    It just seems that condom usage for oral sex seems to be ignored since the risk of getting STDs is smaller but it's not completely gone.

    I just want to hear your personal experiences.
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    Jun 05, 2010 8:44 AM GMT
    I've never had a problem with unprotected oral sex from either a one off partner or otherwise, it doesn't cross my mind to wrap a dick to do it. I've done it once because they guy I blew had a girlfriend and he was very paranoid which I didn't mind 'cos he was the finest French import I've tasted hehe. Too bad he prefers trannys now.
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    Jun 05, 2010 2:16 PM GMT
    I've been wondering the same thing. Most guys don't seem to use them and think it's a crazy suggestion because oral is by-and-large safer than anal, but you can still transmit a lot of stuff orally.

    I would think you don't need them if you're in a relationship with a guy but it's not a bad idea for a hookup.
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    Jun 05, 2010 2:25 PM GMT
    Unless I've just flossed my teeth or have been chewing at the inside of my mouth, I don't make them put a condom on for oral. 99% of the time, I stop before they come, or they pull out. That 1 % is them coming in my mouth (probably because I didn't hear them say that they're about to come)
    which I just spit out. I've swallowed quite a few times years ago, when I was just starting out. I get tested every 2 months because I am pretty active. Plus, it's like sucking a dildo when they do wear one.
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    Jun 10, 2010 10:22 PM GMT
    Well, nowadays, I don't hook up a lot, but I have and I never used a condom for oral, but I always google about STD's to be aware of risks and everything and some websites said that it was risky behavior and some websites said that it wasn't, so I kinda freaked out and now I don't hook up with a lot of guys because of that.

    If I "have to" LOL I don't brush my teeth for at least 10 hours before, but I do chew gum to have fresh breath. LOL

    But it kinda sucks ;) to suck a cock with a condom, I love oral sex and with a condom it's just blah!! but I don't want to get HIV either!! icon_mad.gif But IMO, it's a low risk activity unless you deepthroat but what you do, in the end, it's up to you ;)
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    Jun 10, 2010 10:34 PM GMT
    There's much less of a chance getting HIV from blowing somebody than doing anal but it's still a risk. I would only put a condom on the guy I'm blowing if he had a lot of precum. Then again, I'm probably the rare exception in that I hate precum. I wouldn't want it in my mouth even if there were no such thing as STDs. I personally don't mind sucking a guy with a condom but they usually don't like it. It's all a personal thing. I'm just very careful. You have to decide for yourself how much of a risk you're willing to take.
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    Jun 10, 2010 10:59 PM GMT
    Oral is considered a 'lower-risk' activity. However bacteria and viral infections can be transmitted. It's important to be aware of you and your partner's body.
    For the 'top/insertive' partner be aware of what's going on with their dick, for the 'bottom/receptive' partner if you just went through your oral hygiene routine (brush teeth, floss, and use mouth wash) then hold off for a few hours, and don't eat anything abrasive.
    as to why...
    brushing teeth can scratch your gums
    flossing can cut your gums
    mouth wash can weaken the membrane lining of your mouth
    eating anything abrasive, for example, 1 potato chip can cause 300 microabrasians in your mouth.

    With any sexual activity, I personally believe that open and honest communication is the best form of protection as it allows all parties to make informed decisions.

    I have both used a condom and not used a condom, and while it's more 'fun' without, I think that should ultimately be reserved for a closed relationship where all parties are fully aware of each other....

    so yeah that would be my two cents worth on it....