I am trying to ensure I am well educated on sexual health, and hopefully I am practicing safe sex and taking suitable preventions.
I am a bi male and visit bathhouses/saunas for anonymous sex and also have sex with women.
I use condoms 100% of the time for anal and vaginal sex no exceptions. I use condoms 100% if I sucking someone and 90% of time if they are sucking me.
My questions am I taking good precautions and being safe?
Is there another way I could get an STD specifically as I visit bathhouse for gay men be this mean by:
Body rubbing with/without ejaculate
Fingering with/without ejaculate
Body Kissing (excluding oral sex) with/without ejaculate
In the above I say with/without ejaculate because of the situations where one could ejaculate and then continue a action with a different person such as during group sex.
I do get tested every 12 months just out routine and advice in the UK.
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