there a risk of transmission of HIV from one woman to another?
yes. Sexual liquids (being "wet") and blood (for example,
from your period) are contaminants (they contain the virus): if these
liquids come into contact with a micro-lesion during sexual relations,
mucous in the moth for example, HIV contamination (the virus responsible
for AIDS) is possible.
However, there is no documented case of contamination following oral
caresses (between two women or between a man and a woman).
in the absence of certainty, it is necessary
to protect yourself.
On the other hand, there are documented cases of transmission between
women following the introduction and exchange of objects (dildos,
How to protect yourself?
caresses with the mouth, the easiest way is to use a dental dike:
this refers to a latex square that you place directly on the vulva to
block liquids. OK, it's not great for the one caressing, it doesn't
taste very good, but it works. Another inconvenience, it's impossible
to find in pharmacies, in any case in France (but they can be ordered
from La Centrale Dentaire, Paris, 01.42.84.38.21 or by minitel
: 3615 noproblem).
And so? Well, the easiest way to
make one is to transform a male condom into a latex square.
Recipe: buy a non lubricated male preservative, cut off the closed
end with a scissor, split it down the side then spread it out.
Another trick: (for wealthy resourceful people) do the same thing
: this is made from polyurethane, and not latex, thus much more silky
to the touch and tasteless (but it is expensive ...). Long live manual
you use objects?
or anal penetration with objects and, especially the exchange of
these presumes the use of condoms (that you must change if the
object is exchanged). A simple way to avoid all risk is to avoid sharing
objects: to each their own.
all lesbians are not "hardcore" or possibly haven't been
forever : a pretty girl met one lovely evening could very well have
been infected by a boyfriend ...
Moreover, homosexuality and drug addiction can co-exist ...
and it's not always obvious at first glance, actually it's quite difficult
would like information about the risks linked to hepatitis,
please visit the website SOS
Hépatites, the best in its field.