Question Posted Wednesday January 21 2009, 9:25 pm
I know this sounds disgusting but will I be okay if my dog licked my vagina? Seriously- will I get any diseases or illnesses? Isn't it true that dogs mouths are cleaner than humans? I would like some advice from a knowledgeable person. I was just experimenting and I'm worried that I might get sick or get an infection,
kristamikele answered Thursday January 22 2009, 7:17 pm: Every person in the world has sexual fantasies. They are wonderful, natural, and healthy. But, here's the deal...Most sexual fantasies are not meant to be acted upon exactly as they are. I know it feels good, but responsable people also have to restrain from certain sexual behavior. You can't take advantage of a situation just because you want to. Picture this scenario...You make a habit of doing this with your dog. The dog gets used to this behavior, and thinks this is what he or she is supposed to do. Then, a child comes to visit your home, inoocently changes her clothing in front of the dog, who pounces on the child as it has been trained. The child is horrified, and has now been abused by your dog. You never know...
One of the most important aspects of sex is acting responsably. You feel as if the dog doesn't know any better, so what's the harm, right? But, that's exactly the harm. It is totally and completely wrong to have sexual contact with any creature that doesn't know any better. You must learn to control yourself. Masturbate, if necessary, but get into the habit of making good sexual decisions, because the rules will get more complicated as you grow. You can't go around getting your gratification wherever you want, just because you want it. Once you start breaking the rules, they will get easier and easier to break. [ kristamikele's advice column | Ask kristamikele A Question ]
Razhie answered Thursday January 22 2009, 8:28 am: It's not okay. It's animal abuse and in most states it is against the law.
Your pet is a living creature. Don't use it for your sexual pleasure. I hate to sound like a PETA nut bar, because I'm most certainly not, but I can't see why anyone would feel this is an appropriate thing to do with an animal. You are taking advantage of it's naivety and lower intelligence for your own gratification, that is very arrogant and very low. When we do that with people, it's called rape. Do not objectify and sexually abuse your pet. They are supposed to be loved and respected members of the family! It's simply not right. [ Razhie's advice column | Ask Razhie A Question ]
thelaura answered Thursday January 22 2009, 8:04 am: They've supposedly tested this on myth busters and stuff and a human has more germs.
But to be prefectly honest, even if that is true (which I still don't want to believe!), I would never let an ANIMAL which goes through trash and eats it's own feces come into contact with that area.
You CAN get an infection, so doing it is at your own risk. [ thelaura's advice column | Ask thelaura A Question ]
pinkpolkadots answered Thursday January 22 2009, 3:55 am: They're only "cleaner" in that they have more germ eating bacteria. But bacteria is still bacteria and it's probably not a good idea.
You'll probably be ok this time but if you notice anything weird I would see a doctor. And I wouldn't let your dog lick you again.
Myrrha answered Thursday January 22 2009, 2:41 am: Dog's mouths are not cleaner. Would you consider your mouth clean if you ate poop off the ground and licked your own genitals to clean them? You wouldn't get sick unless your dog had some sort of illness and you had any open sores on your genitals. [ Myrrha's advice column | Ask Myrrha A Question ]
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