Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is transmitted when blood or semen from and infected person enters the bloodstream of another person through unprotected fucking of the sharing of needles. Shortly after contact with HIV, a person may (but not always) undergo a sero-conversion illness, a severe flu-like illness that will pass in a matter of weeks. After this time a person becomes HIV-positive as the immune … Continue reading HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV)


Shigella and other gut bugs are bacteria that cause bowel infections. Shigella is very infectious and is easily passed on. Infection is spread when tiny particles of shit enter the mouth. This can happen by rimming or putting contaminated objects like food, pens, and cigarettes in your mouth. Symptoms can include stomach cramps, diarrhoea (sometimes with blood and/or mucous), fever and nausea. Generally shigella is … Continue reading SHIGELLA AND OTHER GUT BUGS


Herpes is a viral infection transmitted both sexually and non-sexually by skin-to-skin contact. There are 2 kinds of herpes virus. Type 1 is usually found around the mouth (commonly known as cold sores) and type 2 is usually found around the cock and arse. There may be no symptoms but when they occur they can include: itching or tingly feeling around the infected area, painful … Continue reading HERPES


Syphilis is a bacterial infection transmitted through anal sex, oral sex or arse play with an infected person. An untreated syphilis infection progresses through 3 stages. Stage 1: a painless red sore on your cock, balls, mouth, throat or arse that turns into a scab and then heals. Stage 2: rash on the palms of the hands, soles of the feet or other parts of … Continue reading SYPHILIS


Genital and anal warts are caused by a viral infection called the human papilloma virus, or HPV. The virus is transmitted by skin-to-skin contact with an infected person. There my be no symptoms but when they appear, they can include small bumpy warts around the cock, balls and arse. The warts can be removed by a medical practitioner. Recurrences can happen and treatment sometimes requires … Continue reading GENITAL AND ANAL WARTS