The Conversation, January 2022 /
Young people are largely unaware of the risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, through oral sex. That’s the finding of our recent study, published in Annals of Family Medicine.*
Historically, research on reducing STI transmission among young people has focused primarily on heterosexual vaginal intercourse rather than other forms of sexual activity, such as oral sex.
- Read more of article from The Conversation here
- Full text of journal paper (open access) in Annals of Family Medicine available here
*Youths’ Knowledge and Perceptions of Health Risks Associated With Unprotected Oral Sex