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Author Topic: Hiv and masturbation  (Read 1742 times)

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Offline descartesius

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Hiv and masturbation
« on: April 04, 2011, 01:24:04 PM »
Hi,
I had masturbation during a private show with a lap dancer. That show had place in a room of a club, on a sofa.
I didn't touch her body and I made masturbation by myself. She touch just my nipples and spank my *** in a sort of sadomasochistic role play. Did I have a HIV risk?
My worries are that, maybe, I touched someone else sperm with my hand (for example: the one that had a private show before me; sperm could be on the sofa, on the door handle, in other place of the club that I visited before ...) and then I musturbate myself using the same hand. Can be that at risk? The point is that, at one time, when I was masturbating, I had the feel to have my hand wet of cum!  :o I checked and the hand I was using was covered of sperm!   :-[ I didn't notice that I eiculated.  ??? Maybe it was just my pre-cum or I had an involuntary eiculation (situation was exciting and confused). But if not? If I put my hand on someone else fresh sperm and the I masturbate myself? I notice that my hand was wet after a while, and in this time I masturbated myself.
Can exist HIV risk puttin someelse fresh sperm (I don't know: maybe just 5-10 minutes exposed to air) on the own penis and masturbate it up to eiculation?
I have to precisate that I didn't have visible abrasion or injuries on my penis, my hands, my *** or my nipples. Moreover, after I had eiaculated, I cleaned my hand and my penis using some disposable paper handkerchiefs taken from a box that was there and that seems to be clean.
Finally, I drove home for about 20 minutes, I washed my hands with just water and I take off my contact lens.
Complessively, did a have a HIV risk? Should I plan to be tested for HIV?
Thanks


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Re: Hiv and masturbation
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2011, 02:37:57 PM »
Des,

Why have you created a new account when you already have one? - renatodesc

Creating new accounts is against the Terms of Membership which you agreed to when you joined - both times. You risk being permanently banned and will be if you ever create a new account again.

Don't try to pretend that you are someone new. You and renatodesc share the same IP address and your questions are nearly identical.

I've disabled your new account. If you want your questions answered, you'll have to return to your original account. This is not negotiable.


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