Licking, sucking, blowing & biting
Blow jobs, sucking, licking, eating out, going down. No matter what you call it, oral sex is considered low risk for transmission of HIV. While oral sex is considered a lower risk activity, getting cum in your mouth can increase your risk. A good rule: Spit or swallow, don’t let it wallow! And, resist the urge to brush or floss before that hot date! Try a mint instead. Recent dental work, any kind of sore, or even an irritated throat can increase your risk. Also, having an STD such as syphilis, chlamydia or gonorrhea in your throat can increase your risk of HIV though oral sex.
STDs such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and herpes can be spread by a simple blowjob. Knowing the STD status of your play partner can help you judge your risk. Look before you suck: if you see any open sores or broken skin, use a barrier. But, you can’t “see” all STDs. If you don’t want to ask, barriers will lower your risk.
Licking the sweat off your Daddy, deep French kissing, even inserting other body parts (like toes!) into your mouth is all low risk. Be creative. Have fun.
Biting can be very erotic, and it’s perfectly safe as long as you don’t break the skin.
For information on rimming see the section on Ass Play.