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This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus.

This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus.

This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus.

This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. This is when someone inserts one or more fingers into their partner’s vagina or anus. Make sure it has the CE mark or BSI kite mark, which means the condom meets high safety standards. Make sure it has the CE mark or BSI kite mark, which means the condom meets high safety standards.

Make sure it has the CE mark or BSI kite mark, which means the condom meets high safety standards. You can make oral sex safer by using a condom as it acts as a barrier between the mouth and the penis. You can make oral sex safer by using a condom as it acts as a barrier between the mouth and the penis. You can make oral sex safer by using a condom as it acts as a barrier between the mouth and the penis. However, the risk is increased if there are any cuts or sores in or around the mouth, genitals or anus. However, the risk is increased if there are any cuts or sores in or around the mouth, genitals or anus. However, the risk is increased if there are any cuts or sores in or around the mouth, genitals or anus.

However, the risk is increased if there are any cuts or sores in or around the mouth, genitals or anus. However, the risk is increased if there are any cuts or sores in or around the mouth, genitals or anus. The risk of passing on or getting HIV during oral sex is lower than anal or vaginal sex without a condom. The risk of passing on or getting HIV during oral sex is lower than anal or vaginal sex without a condom. If you have a cold sore and you give your partner oral sex, you can infect them with the herpes virus. If you have a cold sore and you give your partner oral sex, you can infect them with the herpes virus. Generally, the risk of infection is lower when you receive oral sex than when you give someone oral sex.

The risk increases if either of you has sores or cuts around the mouth, genitals or anus. There’s a risk of getting or passing on STIs if you’re giving or receiving oral sex. Some men and women (gay and straight) choose to do this as part of their sex life, and others don’t. Oral sex involves sucking or licking the vagina, penis or anus. Oil-based lubricants such as lotion and moisturiser can cause condoms to break or fail. Using condoms helps protect against STIs when you have anal sex. Using condoms helps protect against STIs when you have anal sex.