sex: the vagina, the anus/rectum and sex...

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  1. dequ1

    dequ1 New Member

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    One main factor of why STD'S are on the rise is because of anal/rectum sex. When a male has anal/rectum intercourse with any person, that male is much more likely to get into contact with 'fecal' matter and/or bacteria. Since the anal tract is only 1 to 1.5 inches in length and since the next segment of that tract inwards is the rectum, most of the transmission of any kinds of viruses or bacteria occurs in the rectum. The anal tract, being 1 to 1.5 inches in length, is mostly comparable to outward human flesh. But within the rectum lives bacteria and decayed 'nutrition'.

    When the man comes into contact with 'fecal' matter and or bacteria, that bacteria can enter into the man through the urethra or any other openings on the genitalia. And upon complete entry into the person's blood circulatory system, the blood becomes 'tainted' with that bacteria which spreads throughout the whole person.

    It is very difficult to receive too many 'bacterium' or viruses from women since their 'vaginal' tract does not hold nor stores 'decayed' nutrition (fecal matter). Of course the women will have inner infections from time to time, depending on her activities, and this is why women need to maintain feminine hygiene.

    The rectum however cannot be kept in a clean way since the rectum is the 'storehouse' for fecal matters in all human bodies. To have unsafe/unclean anal/rectum intercourse is to participate in bacterium transmissions. There is no way around from having bacterium transferred between the practicing persons.

    When the male, who has come into contact with 'rectum bacterium', inserts himself into a heterosexual woman, that bacterium is also transferred into the woman. If the male had the bacterium enter into his blood stream before further sexual contact, then the 'virus' is transmitted upon the sexual fluids of the man.

    Among all the sexually transmitted bacterium/viruses/infections/diseases, I do believe that it began with one partner having been in contact with another partner who had engaged in anal/rectum sex.

    Hepatitis A is also transferred by fecal/oral transmission. Eating foods which have had some contact with 'fecal' matter, either by the food handler's unwashing of hands' or other ways of fecal contact, can cause Hepatitis A. Baby children whose beddings are not thoroughly washed and cleaned have a greater risk of becoming infected with Hepatitis A. Even if the home pet's fecal has not been thoroughly cleansed off of the objects it came into contact with and the object thoroughly disinfected, any child who touches that object and then puts his/her hand into their mouths can get Hepatitis A.

    Hepatitis A is through fecal to oral transmission, among others.

    Viral hepatitis is the most common cause of hepatitis worldwide. Hepatitis A virus is very common in areas of the world with poor sanitation. The disease is easily transmitted to others through blood, the oral-fecal route, anal sex, and contaminated food and water. The virus travels through the bloodstream to the liver where it infects hepatocytes, cells that form the liver's main tissue and make up most of its mass. http://study.com/academy/lesson/hepatitis-a-virus-structure-and-function.html

    There are many articles which say that contamination can only occur if you come into contact with an 'infected, contaminated' 'thing'. This, however, may not be 100% true, since the Hepatitis A virus can be received by contact with non-contaminated fecal...
     
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    cerberus Banned Donor

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    N-n-n-o-o-o-o-o! [​IMG] There goes my breakfast!
     
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    HonestJoe Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    What makes you say STDs are on the rise? Are you talking about actual incidence or level of reporting/diagnosis and over what time period are you measuring?

    And what makes you say anal sex is the reason for the increase? Wouldn’t that require an increase in anal sex (and/or unprotected anal sex) – has that been established? Also, how would that account for those STDs which typically aren’t transmitted via anal sex – can you establish that they’re not increasing at the same rate?
     
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    I guess the original poster has never learned that it is Anal sex, not Rectum sex.
    What yucks !!!!

    Or has not heard of the new Invention, Condoms !!!!
     
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    Thanks to the OP for this public service reminder.
     
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    tkolter Well-Known Member

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    That's why you wear condoms and use appropriate lubrication and preferably have the receiver use an enema to clear the bowels. But for monogamous lovers they will do this unprotected but be monogamous so what would the risk of an illness from a husband (if same gender) or ones wife? I would think very low as long as you clean yourself well after and urinate to clear the urethra of possible bacteria.
     

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