September #84 : Safe Sucks: - by Josh Sparber

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September 2002

Safe Sucks:

by Josh Sparber

Heads up, head 'hos: A Spanish study in the June Journal of AIDS asserts that deep-throating is a loooooooooooow-risk pastime for HIV transmission. For 10 years, 135 HIV negative partners in serodiscordant couples engaged solely in latexless head bobbing. The outcum: 19,000 unprotected headjobs, not a single seroconversion. But, señor, did you swallow?




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