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Author Topic: Can someone put my mind at ease...?  (Read 1420 times)

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Offline kuribo

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Can someone put my mind at ease...?
« on: May 29, 2011, 02:09:54 AM »
I had a very stupid incident about a month ago. I'll save the details and get to the facts.

I hooked up with a man about a month ago. I jerked him off and put a condom on. We tried to have sex but it didn't go according to plan...he was fairly big and I have never received. So we gave up and we lied there and I jerked him off with my ass facing him. At this point I took the condom off his dick because there was point because we weren't going to have sex anymore. While I was jerking him he made a thrust at my ass with his dick. He didn't penetrate but it might have went in for a second. He apologized and after about 10 minutes he came on my leg.

I'm not extremely educated on HIV/AIDS but I don't think I could have gotten it through skin contact.

My main concern is when he thrust his cock at my ass. I have heard the anus is like a sponge and absorbs fairly quick. Would there be a chance if he was positive that it could have transmitted or would his dick had to have went all the way. A lot of information always states anal intercourse but I'm not too sure what EXACTLY constitutes as intercourse. His penis did go in a little bit but I removed it immediately.

Thanks in advance.

Offline RapidRod

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Re: Can someone put my mind at ease...?
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2011, 02:23:56 AM »
You didn't have any penetrative sex then you never had an exposure.

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: Can someone put my mind at ease...?
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2011, 09:01:38 AM »
I agree with Rod. There was contact but no penetration. This was not a risky incident and you do not have any cause for further concern about.

It's good to read that you know that for intercourse, anal or vaginal, you know that you need to use a condom everytime.

Andy Velez


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