From: Philadelphia, PA
respectfully Sir I would like to say that I dont beleave this to be true. While what you say may hold true for the resipiant of the blowjob the giver is at signifacently higher risk if the resipiant has the virus. Any exchange of fluids poses the risk of passing it.
I went to the CDC page to gather proof of my claim; I found that I am spouting old information. I stand corrected, and offer my humble apologies. :)
However, using my home state of NC as an example, there are only 10,891 cases of AIDS reported in NC for men. From an approximate population of 8.3 million, that is a 0.13% (13 hundredths of a percent or 13 times out of 10,000) that a woman will find a man with AIDS. And, if she only engages in oral sex, then there is only an 8% chance she will contact AIDS from the encounter - which makes it .0104% - 104 times out of one million - chance of getting AIDS. So, it is true the odds are better than winning the lottery, but the odds are certainly against you getting it. There are only 3187 reported cases in NC for women, so men have a much smaller chance of catching it...assuming they are heterosexual. So choose your state wisely.
In 2004, even gay men only had a 7.8 percent chance of contracting HIV through an unprotected blow job, and 40% of them had oral open sores, broken dentition and/or bleeding gums. I have a really hard time believing that the stakes are that much higher for hets.
Ms World Leather 2004
Ms Philadelphia Leather 2004
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