Gonorrhoea is very infectious, and is transferred through unprotected sexual contact with someone with gonorrhoea. It can be passed through contact with any orifice—penis, vagina, anus or mouth particularly when saliva is used as a lubricant.
Gonorrhoea can be passed from mother to baby at birth and may result in an eye infection in the baby.
Risk is LOW for:
Kissing, fingering, giving & receiving oral sex in women (eating pussy & getting pussy eaten)
Risk is HIGH for:
Giving & receiving oral sex in men (giving & getting blow job), vaginal sex and anal sex (top AND bottom)