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Author Topic: Protected Receptive Anal Sex, Unprotected Oral, Questionable Partner  (Read 2334 times)

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Yesterday morning I had unprotected oral sex with a man I met on the Internet. He said he was clean. I was on the giving end and it last a while. I had not brushed my teeth since the night before so my gums weren't raw.

The next thing I know he decided to come up behind me with lube, but his exposed glans did not touch my anus at anytime. I quickly made him put on a rubber to his dismay. We used a water based lube. I can say he really didn't insert his penis inside me because I was too nervous and tense to let anything in. It was more of his protected penis just pushing against my anus without penetrating it. If it did, it was probably 2-3 times and it was just the very tip of his head. This lasted about 4-5 minutes because he couldn't really keep an erection and couldn't penetrate my anus.

To finish off, I gave him oral and he came in my mouth. I immediately swallowed. I finished off by masturbating, but he did not do anything to me.

What freaked me out was that after we had sex, he took out a pipe and starting smoking meth. (I did not.) And he had tons of medicine bottles on his desk, which he claims, are for his diabetes (one of which was Bupropion HCl). This just made me question his status even though I asked him two times about it.

I'm terrified right now and Iím unsure what to do.

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Re: Protected Receptive Anal Sex, Unprotected Oral, Questionable Partner
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2013, 03:56:23 PM »
At no time did you put yourself at risk of contracting HIV by having protected anal sex and unprotected oral sex.

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Re: Protected Receptive Anal Sex, Unprotected Oral, Questionable Partner
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2013, 04:28:16 PM »
Thank you for your response. I just want to confirm everything before I finish. How would I know if a condom was properly administered? He had a cock ring and it was kind of hard to put it on all the way. We used three different condoms because it kept on getting loose because he kept getting soft. The last time it fell off during the "anal sex" (which was him not really inserting anything because my sphincter was too tense to let much in... probably why he couldn't stay hard) right after he pulled out. We put it back on but since he was soft I proceeded to get him hard by giving him a hand job. Eventually he realized he just couldn't stay hard to penetrate me so I sucked him to completion. I always made sure to see that his penis had the condom on while penetrating me. I could feel it as well when he was trying to penetrate me.

I had never had anal sex before, but the feeling I got from sticking miscellaneous items inside my anus before was a lot different (and somewhat painful when pushing them in and out) than yesterday. There was hardly any pain when he proceeded to fuck me and I suspect this is because he never really penetrated me. I did use poppers (three times) but only when I was sucking him and quite a while before "penetration" happened so I don't believe it could have been that to make penetration zero percent painful. It was still uncomfortable because I couldn't relax while he tried to have anal sex.
« Last Edit: November 30, 2013, 04:42:32 PM by karo33 »

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Re: Protected Receptive Anal Sex, Unprotected Oral, Questionable Partner
« Reply #3 on: November 30, 2013, 06:33:37 PM »
Sorry for the double post, but I can't edit my last post. I was speaking with the man just now.

Apparently after the first time he entered me, as he pulled out, the condom fell off and he entered me about 1/4 the way in before he and I realized the condom fell off. We immediately got a new condom and that lasted for about 5 minutes. As previously stated, I don't believe he penetrated me fully because it never felt that way.


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