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    Should everyone start practising safe oral sex? Experts stress that you can catch STI

    Bugger.......



    Gonorrhoea, chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts and syphilis are among the infections that can be transmitted.


    Should everyone start practising safe oral sex? Experts stress that you can catch STIs from the act | The Independent

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    Didn't you know that already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna
    Didn't you know that already?
    Kinda
    but prefer to ignore it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101
    but prefer to ignore it.
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    ... and I shall continue to. Nothing like a warm wet one on the tip of your tongue.
    Monogamy is the safest sex you can have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDukeofNewcastle
    a warm wet one on the tip of your tongue
    Ejaculation?


    Where's the vomit smiley?

    Sorry.

    Yes, fidelity is the safest option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam
    Ejaculation?
    Do you find female ejaculate distasteful? Perhaps you have yet to experience it?

    Sorry mate, but you did ask.

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    Yes, men get throat cancer from human papilloma virus. There are 3 dangerous types and usually it infects women, causing cervical cancer.

    A certain TD member died from throat cancer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Yes, men get throat cancer from human papilloma virus. There are 3 dangerous types and usually it infects women, causing cervical cancer.

    A certain TD member died from throat cancer.
    I kinda doubt it was from eating too much pussy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Yes, men get throat cancer from human papilloma virus. There are 3 dangerous types and usually it infects women, causing cervical cancer.

    A certain TD member died from throat cancer.
    Why the Fuk do you even need to say that? New lows of cuntingness

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    Because the reality of the matter is that it happened. People need to be aware of the reality of this type of cancer.

    I had no problem with the guy.

    Stop trolling....it's tediously transparent and in this case, in very poor taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post

    I kinda doubt it was from eating too much pussy.
    Read up on HPV.


    HPV-Linked Throat Cancer May Have Telltale First Symptoms

    https://consumer.healthday.com/cance...ms-686015.html

    "So his team looked at records for 88 patients diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer at their center between 2008 and 2013. Most -- 71 -- had HPV-positive cancer, and for them the most common first symptom was a lump in the neck".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post

    Yes, men get throat cancer from human papilloma virus. There are 3 dangerous types and usually it infects women, causing cervical cancer.

    A certain TD member died from throat cancer.

    Urm,

    Smoking cigarettes long term Maybe. ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post

    Stop trolling....it's tediously transparent and in this case, in very poor taste.

    Willy is being a precious little kunt again.

    I have no idea who you are referring to and 99 % of other members would not either.

    Fook Willy Wankstain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    the most common first symptom was a lump in the neck".
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    As opposed to the bolt through yours? Stop being so fucking cheerful.
    You might live to be a 100 but it will seem like 200.

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    Michael Douglas: oral sex caused my cancer.


    Actor reveals to the Guardian that HPV, transmitted through oral sex, was responsible for his throat cancer

    Xan Brooks' full interview: Michael Douglas on Liberace, Cannes, cancer and cunnilingus

    Michael Douglas – the star of Basic Instinct and Fatal Attraction – has revealed that his throat cancer was apparently caused by performing oral sex.

    In a surprisingly frank interview with the Guardian, the actor, now winning plaudits in the Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra, explained the background to a condition that was thought to be nearly fatal when diagnosed three years ago. Asked whether he now regretted his years of smoking and drinking, usually thought to be the cause of the disease, Douglas replied: "No. Because without wanting to get too specific, this particular cancer is caused by HPV [human papillomavirus], which actually comes about from cunnilingus."

    Douglas, the husband of Catherine Zeta Jones, continued: "I did worry if the stress caused by my son's incarceration didn't help trigger it. But yeah, it's a sexually transmitted disease that causes cancer. And if you have it, cunnilingus is also the best cure for it."

    The actor, now 68, was diagnosed with cancer in August 2010, following many months of oral discomfort. But a series of specialists missed the tumour and instead prescribed antibiotics. Douglas then went to see a friend's doctor in Montreal who looked inside his mouth using a tongue depressor.

    "I will always remember the look on his face," Douglas has previously said. "He said: 'We need a biopsy.' There was a walnut-size tumour at the base of my tongue that no other doctor had seen."

    Shortly afterwards he was diagnosed with stage four cancer, which is often terminal, and embarked on an intensive eight-week course of chemotherapy and radiation. He refused to use a feeding tube, despite his palate being burnt on account of the treatment, and so lost 20kg (45lb) on a liquids-only diet. "That's a rough ride. That can really take it out of you," he told the Guardian. "Plus the amount of chemo I was getting, it zaps all the good stuff too. It made me very weak."

    The treatment worked and Douglas is now more than two years clear of cancer. He has check-ups every six months, he said, "and with this kind of cancer, 95% of the time it doesn't come back".

    The cause of Douglas's cancer had long been assumed to be related to his tobacco habit, coupled with enthusiastic boozing. In 1992, he was hospitalised for an addiction which some at the time claimed to be sex. Douglas himself denied this and said he was in rehab for alcohol abuse. He has also spoken of recreational drug use.

    HPV, the sexually transmitted virus best known as a cause of cervical and anal cancer and genital warts, is thought to be responsible for an increasing proportion of oral cancers.

    Some suggest that changes in sexual behaviour – a rise in oral sex in particular – are responsible. Such changes might be cultural, but could also be linked to fears about the safety of penetrative sex in the wake of the Aids epidemic.

    Mahesh Kumar, a consultant head and neck surgeon in London, confirmed that the last decade has seen a dramatic rise in this form of cancer, particularly among younger sufferers. Recent studies of 1,316 patients with oral cancer found that 57% of them were HPV-16 positive.

    "It has been established beyond reasonable doubt that the HPV type 16 is the causative agent in oropharyngeal cancer," said Kumar, who also testified to increased recovery rates among this kind of cancer sufferer. This would help explain why Douglas was given an 80% chance of survival, despite the advanced stage of his illness.

    But Kumar expressed scepticism that Douglas's cancer was caused solely by HPV, and surprise at Douglas's assertion that cunnilingus could also help cure the condition. "Maybe he thinks that more exposure to the virus will boost his immune system. But medically, that just doesn't make sense."

    Ann Robinson, a GP, expressed interest in how confirmation of this association would affect the rollout of the HPV vaccine, which is currently restricted in the UK. "My main priority with diagnosing a patient with oral cancer is to get them referred, as early intervention can be so crucial. Asking for a detailed sexual history would be inappropriate at that stage."

    Douglas has two children, aged 10 and 12, with his second wife, Zeta Jones, as well as an older son, Cameron, from a previous marriage. In 2010, Cameron was sentenced to five years in prison for drugs possession and dealing, and a year later had his sentence extended until 2018 after he pleaded guilty to possessing drugs in prison.

    HPV: the facts
    • There are more than 100 variants of HPV (human papillomavirus). They appear in different parts of the body and manifest themselves in different ways – some cause warts, but most are symptomless.

    • Some are spread by skin-to-skin contact, while others are typically spread during sex. When HPV is found in the mouth, it probably got there as a result of oral sex.

    • HPV is common – if you're a sexually active adult, you've probably had it. By the age of 25, 90% of sexually active people will have been exposed to some form of genital HPV.

    • Around 15 types of HPV are linked to increased cancer risk, but it can't be explicitly said to cause any particular cancers. It's a long-term risk factor: over years and decades the risk is increased, rather than overnight.

    • It is calculated that between 25% and 35% of oral cancers are HPV-related – meaning that it seems to be involved in 1,500-2,000 diagnoses a year.

    • Overall, HPV-related oral cancers are most common in heterosexual men in their 40s and 50s.

    • Teenage girls in the UK and elsewhere are now vaccinated against HPV, which should in time both protect them from cervical cancers and – it's believed – future partners from HPV-related oral cancers.

    Read Xan Brooks' full interview with Michael Douglas


    https://www.theguardian.com/film/201...ral-sex-cancer



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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post

    I have no idea who you are referring to and 99 % of other members would not either.
    I'd say they do. Remember DD ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post

    I have no idea who you are referring to and 99 % of other members would not either.
    I'd say they do. Remember DD ?

    Quite. R.I.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Bugger.......



    Gonorrhoea, chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts and syphilis are among the infections that can be transmitted.


    Should everyone start practising safe oral sex? Experts stress that you can catch STIs from the act | The Independent
    Of course you can, but what are the chances? It's just like HIV- a straight man can catch it from unprotected vaginal sex, but the chances are very very low from a one off dabble.

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    Low enough that you would do it ?

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    What is more dangerous a monogamic Thai wife in bed, a Thai wife with a knife in her hand or a Thai wife driving a car?

    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    Low enough that you would do it ?
    What % of the worlds population indulge in oral sex v the % of the worlds population die of diagnosed STI induced cancer?

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    I was referring to sex with an HIV carrier...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Low enough that you would do it ?
    I have done. I didn't know it at the time, but I found out later, and there were no doubt a few more along the way. I wasn't shy 5-10 years ago in SE Asia when I was single (reckless, more like) and I didn't always bag up, but I've always been clean when tested, fortunately.

    I wouldn't tell anyone to start going bagless but the chances of you catching anything are extremely remote if it's vaginal sex. And if you've been circumcised, studies show the chances are reduced even further- up to 60%, apparently.

    What you don't wanna be doing is sticking it up a bird's arse. That's when the game changes.

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    It's all good reminding everyone not to bite the the apple from the tree in the garden of Eden, especially with so much rotten fruit around.
    How you would perform safe oral sex? layers of rubber and gelatinous substances, it's got to take all the fun right out of it, you may as well get one of those Japanese dolls.
    It's no bad thing encouraging serial monogamy, reducing the potential for chaos and anxiety in your life.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQVmkDUkZT4

    we are all figments of our own imagination.

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    ^ get yourself a fleshlight mate

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    About time a stop was put to these filthy perverted practices.

    I'm sure my mummy and daddy never did such things.

    Can you imagine it!
    Dad slapping his genitalia into my mam's front garden? Never!

    Nothing to do with procreation,...the usual 'scientific' reason for such beastly cavortings........it's just. just....filth!!

    I adjure you all to turn to God and save yourselves from damnation before the Blue Waffle deals to ya!.




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