The web provides info on the risks involved for the guy getting a BJ with a condom (clamydia, gonorheaa, etc) but almost nothing on how high the risk actually is. I heard from one doc that it's very low.
I'm curious if any of you hobbyists have ever contracted anything from getting a cbj.
I can say with absolute honesty I've never caught anything while using a rubber. Also I haven't passed on my genes while using said prophylactic. That being said I find it hard to believe that you'd catch anything from a CBJ unless you were already massively immuno compromised and the provider was a textbook example of ghonnasyphaherpaloids personified. And you had open wounds.
Everything is possible. But sure if a warm/wet moisture laden orifice is attached to you and the raincoat breaks you could get something. Sadly the only "safe" option is that old Catholic thing of abstain.
Here is a tip from the heart! Stop doing this high risk, emotionally empty activity, find a true relationship, make sure your partner is on the same page, and have fun! Feel free to back lash on me, because the truth hurts.
Why would anybody listen to your cheap worthless stinking ugly tip when even you don't follow it yourself? otherwise why would you be here on this web site and already having 5 reviews under your belt?
Do not listen to a word Megatron says Drummer. You make a very good point. The guys stuck in the high risk stuff like Mega hate to hear the truth because it doesn't fall in line with what he is currently doing. He is of the same skill set as the fools that think aids is a hoax. That is how dumb he is.
For me, proof enough that BBBJ is okay is the fact that the European porn industry has outlawed the making of pornos involving uncovered coitus and anal, but BBBJ is allowed. The Europeans have long been pioneers in sexual health and use science to back their decisions always. I'm satisfied.
However, people are going to believe what they want to believe, and reading the overwhelming evidence most probably will not change their minds if they've told themselves it's risky. No everyone is open minded to the truth, a perfect example is global warming...overwhelming evidence, still a ton of flat earthers denying it...
HSV1 and HSV2 are a risk with a condom. HSV1 much more likely. Any skin to skin contact puts you at risk for herpes. So in short what the rubber doesent cover like your shaft base and pelvic area are open for the virus. This is more likely ofcourse with intercourse.