nervousnewbie

Doesnt Anyone Find This Worrying?

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I've been on this forum for like a day and it seems like there are so many threads on covered/uncovered oral sex already.

If you're worried, don't do it. Life is full of risk. It's certainly good to be aware of things, but we can't let that get in the way of living our lives.

I could be hit by a drunk driver tomorrow, I could find I've been diagnosed with prostrate cancer totally unrelated to sexual activities.

Should I eliminate steak because red meat according to some increases the risk of heart disease? Should I avoid scuba diving because of the risks inherent to the hobby?

I personally won't. I enjoy my steaks and uncovered blowjobs.

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Especially when the women you see will be seeing different men per day thus putting herself at greater risk.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/12127700

Nerv

I know you are concerned about this, as I was, was being the operative word!

I have watched the clip.

Over the last week I have come to a conclusion on this OW/OWO question:

The fact is, even if you partake in just kissing a WG [or any girl], then there is at risk of contraction.

So the only way to eliminate the risk is to have no close contact with anyone, then you will be 100% safe from STI, but even then you could still develop cancer !

For me, like many on here who probably are no doubt fully aware the risks, I will continue to punt because I like it, and life really is too short to stop yourself from enjoying it whilst you can IMO. Having thought about, and posted about, the risks of OWO, it now seems a pointless sacrifice, for me to make, because I enjoy kissing and RO therefore I would still be at risk even if a condom was worn during oral. So its 'selective' [ no less risk ] OWO, RO, FK, DFK for me, until such time that I feel its just a pointless and unenjoyable risk, or I contract something!

Incidentaly, I think that most intelligent WGs are fully aware of the risks involved in their chosen profession, perhaps more than most punters.

That said, I will record the BBC3 program on Monday and watch when I can, with interest

Edited by puntaprima

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Everything causes cancer these days. Gotta talk about something when nobody has been blown up in a pointless war.

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Which is the bigger risk? getting an STD from oral/kissing or having a nasty RTA on the way there/back.

risks all the time. you cant eliminate it.

even if you stay at home next doors gas boiler may blow up.

go with the flow and enjoy, because one thing is certain. you will be dead eventually.

or are you determined to die healthy?

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Especially when the women you see will be seeing different men per day thus putting herself at greater risk.

Dude, life is for living, so get on with it!

You could "wrap yourself in cotton wool" and try and avoid potentially hazzardous situtaions....but here's the really bad news, something WILL kill you in the end!

Edited by Kid A

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even if you stay at home next doors gas boiler may blow up.

this made me giggle

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Risky sexual practises cause risk to others. Your death while scuba diving does not harm me. Your bareback fuck risks me, if I meet the same woman.

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Risky sexual practises cause risk to others. Your death while scuba diving does not harm me. Your bareback fuck risks me, if I meet the same woman.

tangolemurs didn't say he has bareback sex (penetration) which is what I assume you are referring to.

Probably nearly all sexual practises carry some sort of risk, however small. Even using a condom is not infallible. Durex themselves say "high quality latex condoms - when used correctly and consistently - are a very effective barrier to the transmission of HIV, other sexually transmitted infections and also unplanned pregnancy. Note they don't say "100% effective."

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No I don't.

So for me OWO, RO and cuming in my mouth, CIM,Inserting fingers/dildo and licking, snowballing, DK etc, etc are all what makes punting fun. The dirtier the better.

Nervousnewbie your will soon have to change your name to nervouswreck with your continual worrying about punting and actually having physical contact with a wg.

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No I don't.

So for me OWO, RO and cuming in my mouth, CIM,Inserting fingers/dildo and licking, snowballing, DK etc, etc are all what makes punting fun. The dirtier the better.

Nervousnewbie you will soon have to change your name to nervouswreck with your continual worrying about punting and actually having physical contact with a wg.

:D :D :D :D

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We all have to die sometime. If something has to kill me, DFK with a hot whore that gives great OWO sounds like as good a way to go as any.

And I'm not being flippant.

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We live in a society that seems to have disconnected the real risks of many activities versus the perceived risks. This seems to apply to a whole range of things but particularly crime and health.

As an example, there is an activity that kills around 1500 people a year in the UK and particularly is hazardous for the elderly and very young. It's called using stairs at home. Yet no one is suggesting we all live in bungalows.

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As an example, there is an activity that kills around 1500 people a year in the UK and particularly is hazardous for the elderly and very young. It's called using stairs at home. Yet no one is suggesting we all live in bungalows.

Come on play fair! lol

Falling down the stairs is not contagious. Well I hope not! :P

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Come on play fair! lol

Falling down the stairs is not contagious. Well I hope not! :P

Why are you all giving the guy a hard time? There is nothing wrong with being cautious at all and don't some of you remember what you were like when you first started out punting. And don't get telling me that none of you were nervous. I've seen more than enough nervous clients in my time to know that this guy is not alone in the way he thinks. Cut him some slack guys.

Oops sorry Charlotte didn't mean to quote you.

Edited by Holly Maddison

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We live in a society that seems to have disconnected the real risks of many activities versus the perceived risks. This seems to apply to a whole range of things but particularly crime and health.

As an example, there is an activity that kills around 1500 people a year in the UK and particularly is hazardous for the elderly and very young. It's called using stairs at home. Yet no one is suggesting we all live in bungalows.

Come on play fair! lol

Falling down the stairs is not contagious. Well I hope not! :P

I'm merely pointing out that almost any activity has some inherent risk but sometimes the actual risk is much less than the perceived risk.

Why are you all giving the guy a hard time? There is nothing wrong with being cautious at all and don't some of you remember what you were like when you first started out punting. And don't get telling me that none of you were nervous. I've seen more than enough nervous clients in my time to know that this guy is not alone in the way he thinks. Cut him some slack guys.

Oops sorry Charlotte didn't mean to quote you.

Fair point - it's up to the OP to determine the level of risk he is comfortable with and mitigate that accordingly. If that means no OWO, CIM, RO etc then that's fine for him but others have a different assessment and choose their activities accordingly. There's no right or wrong answer.

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Oops sorry Charlotte didn't mean to quote you.

You can quote me anytime love lol xx

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/hi/health/newsid_7295000/7295119.stm

"At present our advice remains that quitting smoking and drinking sensibly offers the best protection against developing mouth cancer."

I've never smoked but do drink. The Government has put extra taxes on booze and fags to keep us all healthy by making them more expensive, so will they also tax us on RO?

This link may be of use too;

http://www.oralcancerfoundation.org/facts/humanpapillomavirus.htm

Please note the mention of smoking having a high prevalence right at the end of the article, as well as alcohol being mentioned too. I've not seen anyone saying those activities should be stopped, yet they appear to be highly important.

Perhaps that is because drinking and smoking are more socially accepted than oral sex, or at least providing a good income for the government so not discouraged.

Edited by Strawberry

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High risk HPV's are one of causes of cervical cancer, it's not too hard for LADIES to therefore attach some risk of the same virus causing mouth cancer, however most sexually transmitted HPV's are low risk. Cancer isn't contagious - and gents are unlikely to partake in RO with anyone with genital warts. Scaremongering, in a time where everyone needs something sucking, isn't very nice.

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High risk HPV's are one of causes of cervical cancer, it's not too hard for LADIES to therefore attach some risk of the same virus causing mouth cancer, however most sexually transmitted HPV's are low risk. Cancer isn't contagious - and gents are unlikely to partake in RO with anyone with genital warts. Scaremongering, in a time where everyone needs something sucking, isn't very nice.

I never discount scares, however this needs further investigation and I only wish our resident specialist in all things biological was to hand.

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Right I've just watched the BBC3 programme. During this they interview a woman specialising in researching the HPV virus. She says that just about everyone who has been sexually active has the virus(and the young man they feature who had cancer only had sex with one woman), it then goes on to say 80% of the population have been in contact with the virus and then it's only 1 in 10 that have a problem with it.

I don't condone risky sexual behaviour BUT doesn't this show that the majority og sexually active adults will see no benefit from avoiding oral sex, or the vaccine. The only way it would have an effect would be for those engaging in sex for the first time to make sure ALL sex is covered all of the time, and then what happens when that person wants to start a family?

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80% of the population have been in contact with it? that is one big number

the stats say 1 in 3 will die from some form of Cancer, so if my headstone states Oral Sex cancer at least those left will know I had a good time

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the stats say 1 in 3 will die from develop some form of Cancer,

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I thought the programme raised more questions than it answered!

And that the main reasons for choosing to vaccinate only young girls on the grounds of it 'being cost effective' was actually shown to be a foolish waste of taxpayers money. But then it was a Labour Government who made that decision after all, so its no suprise to me!!:huh:

Edited by puntaprima

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