It is common knowledge that some couples like to involve the mouth and the tongue in gratifying their partners sexually, not so?
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I put the question to Dr Ben Omondi, a privately practising dentist at the Nelson Awori Centre:
How safe is oral sex?
“It is totally unnatural and unsafe,” he said, not fearing that his answer may not be politically correct.
“Even before we consider the medical part of it, it is important to state that different parts of the body are designed to perform specific purposes in life.”
The body of a human being, as it turns out, is a cornucopia of life, teeming with microorganisms.
Nature, points out Dr Omondi, has allowed for certain species of microbes to reside within certain niches, without causing diseases in the process.
A good example is the alimentary canal which carries millions upon millions of these invisible organisms which help in the process of digestion.
That one microbe resides in one part of the body should not be misconstrued for safety.