I am a HIV negative person.
I am a homosexual.
My boyfriend is bisexual. he may be negative.I hope so.
But we have to do sex soon.
i know I must use condom for anal sex.
But for oral sex, is it necessary for oral sex?
I am bottom. I must gave unprotected oral to him.
he may ejaculate in my mouth. I have gums which sometimes bleeds slightly.
Am I under risk for HIV if I do such kind of oral sex?
I will follow your advice and do as you say.
Oral sex of any kind is zero risk for HIV, Other STD's can be transmitted in this way.
if you do not have unprotected anal sex with him you will have no HIV worries, BUT condoms do break, so I would recommend that you both go together and get tested for HIV and all STD's before you do any sex acts this way you will know for sure you will be ok
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