Oral sex can be fun, but it can also spread disease. 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. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs.
Oral sex is using your mouth, lips or tongue to stimulate your partner’s genitals or anus. Both men and women can give and receive oral sex. Unprotected oral sex puts you at risk of many types of sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
Oral sex is when you stimulate your partner's genitals with your mouth, lips or tongue. This could involve sucking or licking their penis (also called fellatio), vagina, vulva or clitoris (cunnilingus), or anus (anilingus). Many people have oral sex before or instead of sexual.
Oral sex is a great way to get closer to someone and learn what turns each other on, but it does carry a very small risk of HIV.