Let's go through the facts: If you're a man receiving oral sex from someone with HIV, there is a tiny risk of catching it if you have a cut on your genital area, or if the person giving you oral sex has a cut in their mouth. If you're giving oral sex to a man who is , don't let him ejaculate in your mouth: almost all cases of someone catching HIV from giving a blow job to a man with HIV have been when the man has ejaculated in the person's mouth.

If you're a woman receiving oral sex from someone who is HIV positive, there is only a tiny risk of catching it from them: mainly if they have cuts or abrasions on their mouth and you too have cuts or abrasions on your vaginal area. If you're giving oral sex to an HIV positive woman, the risks are again very small unless she is on her period.

reader Iain blew the whistle on the foul-mouthed software after his nieces - just 11 and 13 years old - were drawn into a chat about oral sex.

It also has a shocking predeliction for casually dropping in that it likes to talk about a certain sex act. And what else are you wishing for this year, El Reg? Santa says: See if you can get someone else to eat it! El Reg says: Eat it Santa says: You want me to eat what?!? This coming from the service that banned the surname Woodcock as an ID.

Iain told us that an unexpected profane outburst was triggered by his nieces offering the nasty St Nick a slice of digital pizza, using the string "(pi)". It's fun to talk about oral sex, but I want to chat about something else... Here's the full screen grab of Santa's tirade, which will form part of the dossier that we'll be forwarding to Interpol.

Well, if you have a penis, use a condom (even for oral sex). And unfortunately, even if they haven't got a cold sore right now, but have had one in the past, there's a small chance you can catch the virus from them.

HIV is mainly spread through unprotected sexual intercourse. The risk of catching HIV from giving or receiving oral sex is very small, but isn't zero.

All we're saying is, don't receive oral sex from someone who has a cold sore; the risk of catching HIV from oral sex is very low; and if in doubt ...

Updated Disturbing news has reached our Yuletide youthful innocence bunker that Microsoft's new artificial intelligence-powered Santa bot is subjecting the world's children to an unprecendented torrent of filth.The penis and testicles and the vagina and area around the vagina are also called the genitals or genital area. Prevalence, incidence and risk factors for pharyngeal chlamydia in the community based Health in Men (HIM) cohort of homosexual men in Sydney, Australia. Acquisition of gonorrhea and nongonococcal urethritis by fellatio and implications for STD/HIV prevention. Oral sex is commonly practiced by sexually active adults. Chlamydia trachomatis in the pharynx and rectum of heterosexual patients at risk for genital infection. But unfortunately there's no medicine yet that can eliminate the herpes virus entirely from your system. And if you have a vagina and you're going to receive oral sex from someone with a cold sore, just don't.What can you do to stop yourself getting genital herpes? Cold sores are really contagious if the person has an active one on their lip; you're bound to catch it if you kiss them or if they give you oral sex.We're indebted to one of our commenters for news of another eccentricity of the bot.