Yes, it is possible to pass Gonorrhea and/or Chlamydia by rubbing a guy’s penis against your vagina.
If a guy has either of these infections, the bacteria can live in the urethra (the tube that leads from his bladder to the end of his penis). The bacteria can be pushed out of his penis and onto the outside of a woman’s vagina during rubbing either in the pre-cum that men produce when they are sexually excited or in the discharge that some men have when the bacteria is there. Once the bacteria is on the skin outside the vagina it can be pushed inside after the condom goes on or if any fingers or toys are inserted into the vagina. If these bacteria get into the vagina they can cause an infection.
Condoms are a great way to reduce the risk of passing Gonorrhea and Chlamydia during sex, but it is because these infections are quite easy to pass around that we recommend regular testing for anyone who is sexually active (even if you are always using condoms).
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