Para que não me acusem de machista, aqui vai o cunnilingus. Não está provado que este acto sexual origine qualquer tipo de vida. Já descrito em templos antigos, provavelmente tempos mais livres do estes em que vivemos, onde falar de sexo é pecado, imoral ou politicamente incorrecto. Está provado que o sexo não existe, logo o aborto não existe...
Fresco em Pompeia. MARTIALIS CVNULIGVS (apógrafo), Publicado em: Aspectos da cultura popular antiga: apresentação, tradução e discussão de alguns grafites pompeianos, Estudos de História (UNESP-Franca), 4, 2, 143-150 (publicado em 1999).
Lakshmana Temple Complex. Main temple, close detail: S side, cunnilingus eroticism, inscription date A.D. 954. Material: sandstone. Period: Candella (the first Candella is thought to have ruled early in the 9th century AD). Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh Country: India.
A famosa língua dos Stones."Nem tudo o que luz é ouro."
(Image: DC Dept of Health)
Oral sex linked to mouth cancer
ABC Science Online
Thursday, 26 February 2004
Oral cancer is rare but a tiny proportion may be caused by a sexually transmitted virus Oral sex has been linked to a tiny risk of mouth cancer, an international team of scientists say.
Researchers had suspected that a sexually transmitted virus linked to cervical cancer, the human papillomavirus (HPV), could also be associated with tumours in the mouth.
Now researchers working for the International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France, have provided more evidence, publishing their results in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
The scientists studied more than 1600 patients with oral cancer from Europe, Canada, Australia, Cuba and the Sudan and compared them with more than 1700 healthy people.
They found that patients with oral cancer associated with a strain of HPV known as HPV16 were three times more likely to report having had oral sex than those without the virus strain.
HPV16 is also the most common strain associated with cervical cancer.
"The researchers think both cunnilingus and fellatio can infect people's mouths," according to an article in New Scientist that reported the research.
U.S. virologist Dr Raphael Viscidi from Johns Hopkins University medical school worked on the study. He believed the findings substantiate the link between HPV and oral cancer.
"This is a major study in terms of size," he said. "I think this will convince people."
The risk of getting oral cancer is low and about one person in 10,000 develops it.
About 75-90% of cases are caused by heavy drinking and smoking; the combination of tobacco smoke and alcohol is thought to produce high levels of cancer causing agents.
But scientists had been puzzled by a group of young people who developed oral cancer.
"We have known for some time that there is a small but significant group of people with oral cancer whose disease cannot be blamed on decades of smoking or drinking, because they're too young," oral cancer specialist Professor Newell Johnson of King's College London told the magazine.
"In this group there must be another factor, and HPV and oral sex seems to be one likely explanation. This study provides the strongest evidence yet that this is the case."