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depends on what you do. Some
people might argue that infections that can be passed through
skin-to-skin contact (like body rubbing or touching
partner with your hand) are probably the easiest to get.
This means it is possible to get some infections even if you
don�t have oral, vaginal or anal intercourse. These
(the virus that causes genital warts)
does this mean you have to swaddle yourself in saran wrap every time you
want to do a little bumpin� and grindin�?
Not necessarily. When
it comes to safety everyone has to decide what level of risk they are
willing to take. For some this means using latex gloves for any manual
contact. For others a conversation with a partner about infections will
that can be passed by getting a partner�s body fluids into your own
(usually through unprotected vaginal, anal or oral sex) include:
(the virus that causes AIDS)
this is not an exhaustive list, but you get the idea.
So what�s a infection conscious person to do?
The best idea is to use a condom for vaginal, anal and oral sex
on a guy and a dental dam for oral sex preformed on a gal. As long as
they are used properly condoms offer excellent protection from
infections that are passed through body fluids.