If there’s one thing we all know about gonorrhoea, it’s that it is best avoided. But how is gonorrhoea actually transmitted? While safe sex messages tend to focus on intercourse, researchers in Australia recently published a British Medical Journal study of gay and bisexual men that found kissing with tongues could also pose a significant risk. We spoke to one of the study’s authors, Eric Chow, an associate professor at Monash University and a senior epidemiologist at the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre, to find out more.
VICE: Hi Eric. How worried should we all be about kissing?
Eric Chow: It’s
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