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Love, Maria Mejia
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ciisimcrcuon is ciisimcrcuon is absolutely the WRONG way to prevent HIV/AIDS.There was a study largely ignored by the media and the people promoting this practice, and this study showed that men who HAD HIV already were MORE LIKELY to transmit the virus to women IF they were circumcised, compared with men who were not circumcised.This is an incredibly important fact, especially considering that without condoms and better education, men WILL get HIV and continue sleeping around.ciisimcrcuon = DANGEROUS. Was this answer helpful?
5 per 10,000 exposures for invretise penile-vaginal intercourse.So if you factor in the chances a woman has HIV, then the chances become a lot smaller than that. So basically there is little chance of you catching it. Other STI’s may be easier to catch though so it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t wear a condom if you plan to sleep around.As you can see from that table, for receptive anal intercourse the chances of catching HIV are is 50 per 10,000 or 1 in 200. That is why HIV is more prevalent in the gay community. The anal passage can absorb the virus better.Circumcision makes no difference. HIV is more common in the USA than in European countries such as France and Germany where the circumcision rate in near zero:
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