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Author Topic: Slip risk  (Read 1596 times)

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Offline chan

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Slip risk
« on: November 17, 2007, 10:16:35 AM »
Dear experts,

First of all, please apologize my bad English.

I Need your advise on my incident below.



The situation was :

I met someone in a sauna. Then he invited me to accompany him to the shower room.

I was standing, lean on the bathroom wall, while he was standing in front of me.

I was facing his back. He was asking me to embrace him from behind. We both unclothed.



He positioning my penis (which still had a little lube from fluid soap) in his buttocks area, close to his ass crack.

He rubbed my penis against his ass crack using his buttocks.

He pusshed my penis and  made a screwing/drilling movement using his buttocks vigorously.

Felt some pressure while he did that but I control my self as can as possible not to did any penetration (since I realized that I did not use condom).



About 30 seconds he continued to pressure my penis using his buttocks, then I realized what if I had penetrated him (even slightly) without me knowing it.

Then I asked him to stop it.

When he stopped, I see my penis was outside his body (not penetrate).

We then continued to do mutual masturbation using hands until we both got ejaculated. We finish those incident after we wash and cleanup using water/shower and soap.



I do not know what is sexual terminology to describe those action ? (i.e when my penis is in the crack of his buttocks (outside his asshole) and he stimulating my penis using his buttocks).

My concern is if there was penetration without I realized it (eventhough I did my best to control my penis not to penetrate). The possibilities was due to the vigorous screwing/drilling movement of his buttocks againts my penis,  that may lead to accidentally penetration / slippery.

And IF those happened, maybe not more than 1 or 2 seconds.



Please anybody, let me know the risk of my incident.

Is accidentally slippery, not deep penetration, and not more than 2 seconds (if it was really happened) can lead me to any risk? I consider this is the only one risk incident I had. Basically I did not expect those actions, since I usually  just do mutual masturbation using hands.

Your thought is highly appreciated.

Chan

Offline Matty the Damned

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Re: Slip risk
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2007, 10:29:40 AM »
Chan,

I appreciate your worries, but you don't have to be concerned about HIV from this encounter. If your penis had entered this fellows bottom you would've known.

Please take the time to read our Welcome Thread and follow the links to our Lessons to learn more about how HIV is and is not transmitted.

MtD

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: Slip risk
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2007, 11:17:01 AM »
Chan, the difference between the kind of rubbing and touching that happened during this incident and actual anal penetration is very clear when it happens. And from what you have described penetration did not take place.

I don't see any cause for further concern about this incident nor any need for testing.

Cheers, l
Andy Velez

 


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