"Gonorrhea is transmitted through sexual contact with the penis, vagina, mouth, or anus of an infected partner. Ejaculation does not have to occur for gonorrhea to be transmitted or acquired. Gonorrhea can also be spread perinatally from mother to baby during childbirth."
Maybe in some la la land people follow the rules and play it safe but welcome to planet earth where they don't.Stay safe, get checked routinely once every 3 months, play safe . If you get a rash, burning on urination or painful greenish discharge. See a doctor and don't see a lady until you have a clean bill of health.
Don't go looking for the street walking, back page advertising, discount, bargain bin, fuck of the week either.
Those links are very vague as to whether or not you can actually get gonorrhea through protected sex. Rebound did say "nearly" 100% effective. It's my understanding that that is true - assuming proper and consistent condom use of course. STD prevention sources never like to say condoms completely protect you from anything, as it's difficult to study and people cannot be guaranteed to use them properly and consistently or never have one break, slip off etc. The second link does say:No.
"As with most sexually transmitted diseases, the risk of infection can be reduced significantly by the correct use of condoms and can be removed almost entirely by limiting sexual activities to a mutually monogamous relationship with an uninfected person."
The CDC says:The major reason why individuals acquire gonorrhea is by having unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected partner.
Any sexually active person can get gonorrhea through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
IMO there is no question about it; "you can actually get gonorrhea through protected sex". Why? Because no protection is 100% effective. They all can fail, whether it's condoms, STI testing, or relying on a supposedly monogamous partner being faithful, etc.Those links are very vague as to whether or not you can actually get gonorrhea through protected sex. Rebound did say "nearly" 100% effective.