This question directed at Dr. H. Hunter Handsfield, but is open to anyone else.
I have often seen your posts on here clearing up myths regarding the level of risk posed by various activities. For instance, a very strong area of interest for me is that posed by cunnilingus, and I've learned that the risks posed by such are normally greatly exaggerated in CDC-published literature.
What I would really love is a full breakdown of various unprotected activities, what you are actually putting yourself at risk for by engaging in them and the degree of that risk. The parameters I would be most interested in are:
I'm interested for both partners involved in said activities where applicable.
If this is all too exhaustive, I'm most interested in a full breakdown of the risks involved in cunnilingus... but I think it would be a wonderful resource to have all of the above thoroughly answered in one place.
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