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Colonel57
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luanism
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Can you get HIV from getting a handjob?

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Started: 2/11/2020 Category: Education
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Colonel57

Pro

Although there is not confirmed HIV case from getting a handjob. But I would say it is still possible to get HIV from receiving a handjob if only the handjob-giver's hand has some infected fluid on it and the virus can still be somehow infectious (unless you can prove to me that the virus loses its ability to infect people immediately once outside human's body).
luanism

Con

Hi there,

There is a small chance that HIV can be contracted through giving a hand job if the giver's hand(s) contained some type of fluid, Whether it be blood, Semen, Or vaginal secretions. If somehow one of these fluids were to get into the eyes, Mouth, Penis, Or vagina during the time of the hand job, Then and only then would a person have to worry.

Of course, There are other STIs (sexual transmitted infections) that one has to worry about, Because certain STIs are contracted/transmitted through simple exchanges of touching. However, This does not mean that it's any less of a problem to worry about compared to HIV; needless to say, One must always be careful and practice safe sex to reduce as much risk of contracting/transmitting any type of disease.

When it comes to HIV, The virus cannot survive on the surface of the skin. Like I said before, It needs to -somehow- enter: eyes, Mouth, Penis, Or vagina during the time of the hand job. Therefore, The risk of getting it from an HIV positive person would be almost impossible.

Last, I am going to include in the argument a list, 1. Definite ways of HIV transmission, 2. Debatable ways of HIV transmission, And 3. No risk of HIV transmission.
[The information gathered is coming from an approved Anonymous HIV Testing Center in Singapore]Hi there,

There is a small chance that HIV can be contracted through giving a hand job if the giver's hand(s) contained some type of fluid, Whether it be blood, Semen, Or vaginal secretions. If somehow one of these fluids were to get into the eyes, Mouth, Penis, Or vagina during the time of the hand job, Then and only then would a person have to worry.

Of course, There are other STIs (sexual transmitted infections) that one has to worry about, Because certain STIs are contracted/transmitted through simple exchanges of touching. However, This does not mean that it's any less of a problem to worry about compared to HIV; needless to say, One must always be careful and practice safe sex to reduce as much risk of contracting/transmitting any type of disease.

When it comes to HIV, The virus cannot survive on the surface of the skin. Like I said before, It needs to -somehow- enter: eyes, Mouth, Penis, Or vagina during the time of the hand job. Therefore, The risk of getting it from an HIV positive person would be rather impossible.
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Posted by MyacronymissimplyCEE 2 years ago
MyacronymissimplyCEE
I always wish AIDS had been like Sickle Cell, And edited a very specific demographic out of the entire picture. Instead, It's The Latex Lie, For going on 40 years! Thanks, MTV-based Propaganda Machine!
Posted by luanism 2 years ago
luanism
perhaps, It could be a concerning question that the instigator might have for himself/herself. It could be that they are asking for a friend, Because they are too embarrassed to go see a doctor. Or, It could just be a question that peaked their curiosity and/or interest. We will find out soon enough
Posted by SirDale 2 years ago
SirDale
Now why is this a debate
Posted by luanism 2 years ago
luanism
If you see me posting doubles, It's because whenever I press the 'post argument' button, Nothing appears. I then have to retype everything again, So if you see doubles just skip.
Posted by luanism 2 years ago
luanism
I apologise. . .
Disregard the list, You can just search on Google and there will be plenty of websites to choose from. :)
Posted by luanism 2 years ago
luanism
Hi there,

There is a small chance that HIV can be contracted through giving a hand job if the giver's hand(s) contained some type of fluid, Whether it be blood, Semen, Or vaginal secretions. If somehow one of these fluids were to get into the eyes, Mouth, Penis, Or vagina during the time of the hand job, Then and only then would a person have to worry.

Of course, There are other STIs (sexual transmitted infections) that one has to worry about, Because certain STIs are contracted/transmitted through simple exchanges of touching. However, This does not mean that it's any less of a problem to worry about compared to HIV; needless to say, One must always be careful and practice safe sex to reduce as much risk of contracting/transmitting any type of disease.

When it comes to HIV, The virus cannot survive on the surface of the skin. Like I said before, It needs to -somehow- enter: eyes, Mouth, Penis, Or vagina during the time of the hand job. Therefore, The risk of getting it from an HIV positive person would be almost impossible.

Last, I am going to include in the argument a list, 1. Definite ways of HIV transmission, 2. Debatable ways of HIV transmission, And 3. No risk of HIV transmission.
[The information gathered is coming from an approved Anonymous HIV Testing Center in Singapore]
Posted by Phil-E-CheeseSteak 2 years ago
Phil-E-CheeseSteak
It's possible if you have a cut on your hand, But very unlikely/rare.
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