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feenix41 posted:
I have a question? when a woman is giving a man "oral pleasure" (sucking him off) and she swallows his "release"(cum) what happends does the woman become preganet that way or can get any kind of STD or what im just wondering. i asked my mother and she doesnt know or wont tell me. can you please help me
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Elle0317 responded:
I hope you are not asking because you want to do this. If you don't know the answer to the first question you asked : can she get pregnant? You are either WAY too young or naive to be having sex, even if it is oral sex. But to answer your questions, no you cannot get pregnant by swallowing a man's seman. Yes you can catch an STD by doing this, if he he is infected with one.

Please, if you are considering doing this activity, educate yourself more on the subject. There are many serious consequences of involving yourself with sex, not just physically (diseases) but emotionally as well. Good luck
 
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ogsendmarged replied to Elle0317's response:
lets say youre involved with someone. and they've never had sex, but they have engaged in oral sex before. in your opinion, does the disqualify the person as being a virgin?

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Elle0317 replied to ogsendmarged's response:
IMO a virgin is someone who has not had sexual intercourse. I don't consider oral sex as intercourse.
 
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ontbear responded:
Talk about sex: anytime the gentals are involved.... that is sex. NOT INCOURSE, BUT SEX. No you will not get pg, from oral sex; STDs, yes you can.


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