There are several diseases that are often classfied as being STDs which are also blood-borne pathogens, and those can be transmitted without sex. Herpes is an STD that can be transmitted without sex as well. The right kind of skin contact would do it.
Yes you can. As others have mentioned. You can also get an STD through used Hypodermic needles. That is, of course, if the person before you that used it had something.
Yes take scaqbies for example it is a well known std and you can get it anywhere bathrooms beds seats in waiting rooms anywere aslo heppititates and aids can be spread through needles and blood see my hub StD awareness its fixing to be published
sitting on a toilet seat that someone with gonorrhoea has sat on will make you catch it...so be careful,sex is not the only way to get STDs
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