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FDA hopes to lick STIs by approving oral sex underwear


Chew this: what if you could experience oral sex without getting naked?

That prospect is a reality now that the Food and Drug Administration has approved a line of underwear that can prevent sexually transmitted infections from oral sex or rimming, according to BuzzFeed News.

The product is a brand of thin and stretchy disposable latex panties called Lorals which is for people who want to feel both pleasure and protection during cunnilingus.

However, the panties are not approved for fellatio or penetrative sex.

Company officials had to prove that oral sex underwear was at least equivalent to the protection provided by dental dams, a polyurethane barrier method that area OB-GYN Dr. Sheryl Ross said. of Los Angeles, is used by a maximum of 5% of people.

“Dental dam is all we have so far for women’s oral sex, anal activity or rimming, and no one uses them,” Ross told BuzzFeed, adding that Lorals underwear seem to be “much sexier”.

Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, director of the division of infectious diseases at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, remarked to The New York Times that the product fills a need because “oreal sex is not entirely without risk” and many “Adolescents initiate their first sexual activity with oral sex.”

She thinks the panties could “reduce anxiety and increase pleasure around that particular behavior.”

Although the risk of transmitting HIV from the vagina through oral sex is considered very low, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that infections such as herpes, gonorrhea and syphilis can be transmitted by oral sex.

Besides, HPV – human papillomavirus – is more easily transmitted this way, and mouth and throat infections caused by certain types of HPV can develop into mouth or neck cancer, the agency said.

“FDA clearance for this product gives people another option to protect themselves against STIs during oral sex,” said Courtney Lias, director of the FDA office that led the underwear review. , to the New York Times.

However, one woman who tested the product had mixed reviews, according to BuzzFeed.

The woman told the website that she liked the vanilla scent of the product, which was “strong, but not overpowering”, as well as the easy to follow instructions.

But while the woman praised the material for being thin enough “where you can actually feel sensations”, her partner said the latex “didn’t feel good on her tongue and the friction when licking was uncomfortable”.


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