What the FAQ? OWO
For anyone unfamiliar with the acronyms, OWO = oral without (a condom) and OW is oral with (a condom).
My guess is that there’s roughly a 75:25 split between between men who prefer OWO and wouldn’t bother to see an escort who didn’t provide it, and those who are very safety conscious and probably have a partner so prefer to only receive protected oral. I completely respect that, but if anyone is concerned I go to a special GUM clinic at least every three months, and one of the tests I have is a throat swab.
The risks are relatively low, and I always mention to clients that OWO is off the menu if I’ve had any recent dental work, but it is possible to contract e.g. Chlamydia and Neisseria gonorrhoeae orally.
One of the reasons I do OWO is that sucking on a normal condom would make me retch – but I do keep some flavoured ones in stock in case a client asks for OW.
It might be stating the obvious, but if I’m going to put something in my mouth, it needs to be clean in all senses of the word. If I see or smell anything dodgy, I’m not going to go near a manky cock! Eeeuuw!! So please, when you’re in the shower, don’t forget the little fella – if you have a foreskin, pull it back and have a good clean around the head and ridge. Any rashes, spots, bumps, lumps or just something unusual – go to your GP or local GUM clinic. And if there is something a bit different about your anatomy but you know it’s perfectly safe, let me know.
Even if it all looks good, if you produce pre-cum I will use an unscented baby wipe first. Don’t take it personally. Ditto that I don’t do deepthroat or CIM (cum in mouth). I want you to enjoy the oral if you request it, and that is much more likely if I’m happy with the scenario too.
PS. New look bedroom is up and running – hurrah!
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