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    Ejaculate in the asshole???

    I everyone, long time didn't post.
    I have a question for you:
    ''If I come in the asshole (girl), could she have a infection or something like that?''
    Last edited by Man911; 07-06-2004 at 11:43 AM.

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    Well, it depends on what you mean by "infection".

    One thing for sure is that it is the BEST way to get infected with the deadliest STDs, namely HIV. Of course many other STDs can be transmitted through this practice: hepatitis, herpes, gonorhea, clamydia, etc. The list is long.

    Such a practice should only be practice in a monogamous relationship where both partners have been well tested. Even though, it can still be risky if one of the partners stray...

    If you were asking about other types of infections unrelated to STDs, anal sex can cause these too. Particularly rough anal sex can lead to some nasty problems in the anus/rectal area. From my understanding, it is not caused by semen, if it was women would get vaginal infections when men ejaculated in their vaginas.

    Infections in the anal/rectal area are caused by small fissures or tears in the skin (usually internally) which get infected. These often lead to abcesses and other quite severe complication. Considering which area this fissure or tear occurs it's no surprise that an infection can be the result.

    I have been lucky never to have experienced such an infection myself as I have partaken in anal activities. I have known two acquaintances that have experienced this type of infection and related their experiences with me. Both were escorts, one male (gay) and the other female.

    It's not that common but it isn't a rare occurance either.

    Is there a doc in the house to address this issue?

    My 2 cents,
    Jackie

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    Originally posted by NYME
    I will translate for Elf (hope you don't mind Elf)

    Unprotected anal sex is the most stupid practice you can do. There are a whole range of infectiions both you and the SP can get.
    Not the least is AIDS. Short of sharing needles it is the best way to get AIDS.

    Be safer to play Rusian Rolette with all 6 chambers loaded.
    I don't want to come in the SP ass, but to my GF ass. (new GF)

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    Question Are you for real?

    I think the other guy said it best. in this day an age? Man i think I will save your life or do something.

    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/s...ddiseases.html

    that should help you and anybody else out there that has any suicidal ideas or tendancies.


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    Yes AIDS and other STD's were mostly transmitted anally. That explains historically why the San Francisco has the first epidemics of AIDS. It's mostly a gay area.
    sure your girlfriend is safe, but have you asked about her sexual history? If she likes it there, is it because she was a virgin before?
    Good luck buddy!

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    Originally posted by NYME
    Just a thought Man911.
    Have you thought about your new girlfriend? When was the last time you were tested? When was the last time you were with someone else?
    You know it will take at least three months before you are sure not to have aids.
    What about her?
    I was tested 6 months ago and they never call me back.
    The last time I was with someone, was long time ago.

    About her, I don't know, we never talk about aids, she's just 18 and she's asian.
    Asian girls are not like white girls. (There nothing racism here, but
    you know what I means.)

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    Originally posted by StripperLover
    Man911,

    Why did you feel the need to mention what race she is ? If she was a caucasian Catholic would you have said the following,

    "About her, I don't know, we never talk about aids, she's just 18 and she's a white Catholic.
    White Catholic girls are not like Asian girls. (There nothing racism here, but
    you know what I means.)"

    When anyone feels the need to mention someone's race, religion or ethnicity, they should ask themselves a simple question, "Why is that"?
    Sure it's important to mention what is she to understang all.
    If she was jewish or Catholic (go to church every sunday).
    Most asian girls don't sleep with every man they meet.

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    Man911:

    This thread started the wrong way with a very ignorant question (this is not sex aid 101 but a review and information board), and then you are putting the rest of your foot in your mouth with those ethnic remarks...

    I suggest you stop it right here before someone takes your comments the wrong way and this thread degenarates like I've seen others do.

    Let's move on please.

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    Man911,

    In this day and age talking about STD's is an important part of sex.

    Might I suggest that you both get tested for all STD's together, be 100% monogamous and play it safe in the mean time,and then go again in 6 months. This is the only way you can be sure. This is also why even with my boyfriend we always use a safe when we have sex.

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    they will forget what you did,
    but they will never forget the way you made them feel.

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    STDs and racial slurs aside, I do think that there is valuable information in this thread.

    Many of you seek "greek" services and I assume that some of you might engage in them in your personal relationships.

    As I mentionned in my earlier post, there are infections that can happen in the anal/rectal area due to anal sex. These can happen regardless of if protection was used or not. I feel that it is information that should be passed on to those engaging in the practice as these infections are quite nasty, painfull and quite embarassing.

    Both people that I know who have suffered from such infections got them though protected anal sex. Both needed hospital stays of 5 to 9 days and one needed surgical intervention.

    Anal sex isn't 100% safe regardless of STDs. Although infections are not that common they do happen and apparently are hell to live through.

    Any one starting anal sex should do so very slowly and safely (i.e. lots of lube). With a bit of time and practice, this can be quite enjoyable and safer than just being "devirginised" in one bang.

    My 2 cents,
    Jackie

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