Gonorrhea is a bacterial infection that lives on the warm and wet lining inside your pee hole, vagina, butt hole or throat. Gonorrhea is treatable, but you can get it over and over again.
It often doesn’t look like anything, this is called being asymptomatic. Depending on what parts of your body you use during sex, Gonorrhea may look different for different people. If you use a penis during sex it may feel like burning when you pee, painful/swollen balls, or a white/yellow/green goo coming out of your penis. If you use a vagina during sex it may feel like burning when you pee, increased discharge from your vagina, or bleeding between periods. If you use your butt hole during sex it may look like a discharge or bleeding from your butt hole, a sore or itchy butthole, or pain when you poop.
When the warm and wet lining of your pee hole, vagina, butt hole or throat comes in contact with those parts on a partner, or any of the fluids from those areas(not just cum), Gonorrhea can be shared. This usually happens during vaginal sex, anal sex, oral sex or any combination of the three.