Bad News for Blow Jobs: Oral Sex May Cause Mouth Cancer

A recent study is suggesting that engaging in frequent oral sex could increase a person’s risk of developing mouth and throat cancer.

According to a study by the Journal of the American Medical Association, an estimated 7 percent of American teens and adults carry the human papillomavirus (HPV) in their mouths. Infection with the HPV virus heightens the risk of developing cancer of the mouth and throat.

Apparently kids these days are having a lot more oral sex than their parents because mouth and throat cancer has risen dramatically over the past 25 years. Scientists believe this is the reason why it has risen so much.

The study found that among people with more than 20 sexual partners, the prevalence of the HPV virus was 20 percent. But the researches found the HPV virus in fewer than 1 percent of people who said they were virgins and in fewer than 4 percent of people who never had oral sex.

This is pretty crappy news. Every man loves a good blow job and the majority of men like going down on women also. Though married men probably have little to worry about since they probably stopped getting blow jobs the day they got married.

The study also says that the HPV virus is not likely to spread through kissing or casual contact. This may sound like a bit of good news but it just means you’ll be forced to kiss your girlfriend more, while getting fewer blow jobs.

1 comment for “Bad News for Blow Jobs: Oral Sex May Cause Mouth Cancer

  1. Mr. Cleavage
    February 9, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    Bring on the cancer!!!

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