Unsafe sexual activities include: Safe sex is sex where semen, vaginal secretions or blood are not exchanged between sexual partners.
It is important to prevent the transfer of these body fluids, whether the man or his partner is HIV-positive.
HIV is transmitted by body fluids including blood, ejaculate (cum), pre-ejaculate (pre-cum), female genital fluids (both vaginal and cervical fluid), breastmilk and anal mucous.The way the virus gains entry to another person may be directly across the mucosa (the lining of the vagina or bowel) or into the bloodstream.Transmission can occur from men to women and from women to men as well as between men who have sex with men.The best way to stop HIV transmission is to always use a condom when having sex.If you are HIV-positive (are infected with HIV), you should talk with your doctor or local HIV/AIDS organisation for further information and advice.
It is important to remember that body fluids entering the bloodstream transmit the virus. For example, it is commonly believed that only the partner who is penetrated is at risk, but HIV can be transmitted to the partner who penetrates via small cuts and abrasions on his penis or via the urethra (the tube that carries urine out from the bladder through the penis).