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Anilingus (from the latin anus -lingus, from lingere, to lick, variantly spelled analingus, ) is the oral and anal sex act in which a person stimulates the anus of another by using the mouth, including lips, tongue, or teeth. It is also called analoral contact and analoral sex, and is additionally known by slang names. The same goes for contact with vaginal, penile, or anal secretions. Theres also some risk of transmitting an sti to the fetus if you have oral sex during pregnancy. Rimming the curious couples guide to oral-anal play heterosexuals typically stumble upon analingus during cunnilingus. Providing you take the right precautions and communicate with. Your partner having anal oral can be very safe and pleasurable. Oral sex can be one of the most pleasurable aspects of hooking up, so it only makes sense that youd wanna be making sure your oral game is top notch when it comes to not only giving oral, but. Use an condom if you are giving oral sex to a man or a dental dam for oral sex on a woman or oral-anal sex. A dental dam is a thin, soft plastic cover that acts as a barrier. If you dont have one you can cut a condom lengthways from bottom to top to make one piece of material that can be used instead. Oral sex is when you stimulate your partners genitals with your mouth, lips or tongue. Specifically, oral-genital contact carries a transmission risk for herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, human papillomavirus, intestinal parasites, hepatitis a and hiv. 17 despite these risks, roughly 20 of adolescents and 10 of young adults do not know that stds can be transmitted via oral-genital contact, and use of condoms or dental dams with this behavior is rare. The risk of disease transmission by the fecal-oral route is one reason why its important to use barriers for any oral-anal contact. Stds arent the only infections for which rimming puts partners at risk. There is also a real, serious risk of passing on quite unpleasant gastrointestinal infections (gi). Gonorrhea can be passed through oral sex, but the infection is more likely to be transmitted through anal or vaginal sex. Gonorrhea affects the throat, genitals, urinary tract, and rectum.