“Almost half” of rectal gonorrhea could be avoided if gay men stop spitting in their partner’s butt says a study recently published in ‘Sexually Transmitted Infections‘. The survey involved 1312 MSM and found that gonorrhea bacteria can be detected in the saliva of men who have throat infections.
It sounds easy – if you have an infection don’t spit in there. But, what about the people who have not been professionally diagnosed and treated?
The study also found out that munching the cakes and “penis dipping” are other popular activities among gay men.