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Author Topic: Condom on but fluid  (Read 1550 times)

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Condom on but fluid
« on: March 02, 2018, 03:55:05 pm »
Wanted to thank all those responsible for this site unfortunately the circumstances for it are not all that to be thankful for.
I’m going to get right to the point; I visited an Asian woman that is a “massage therapist”. Fast-forward to the teasing after the rub down she mounted me.  I lying on the bed face up and she straddling me.  She used some Nuru gel to lube up the area and from that point started to rub her vagina lips up and down the shaft of my penis.  There was a moment or two in which the tip of my penis was inside the lips , covered by her lips while she thrust back and forth.  This went on for 2-3 minutes.  I couldn’t tell if she had cum since there was some gel on the both of us.  There was no insertion.  A bit of oral unprotected completed my session along with a shower.
My questions are:
With my penis head being covered by the labia can what I have been reading about vaginal fluids have entered my urethra? Can those fluids transmit? What fluids can and cannot transmit.  CDC doesn’t make clear as to which, just mentions fluids and secretions.
There was also a brief moment when her stubble from yesterdays shaving rubbed and made it uncomfortable. Can that be a mode of transmission?
And finally the unprotected oral?

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Re: Condom on but fluid
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2018, 04:13:46 pm »
Rubbing against her is not a risk, rubbing against her vagina is not a risk.

The fluids to start with are not hiv infectious and even if it was it's outside the human body and hiv is only sexually transmitted inside the human body like during unprotected penetration during intercourse.

Stop reading things out of context or outdated.

Getting your penis sucked is also not a risk, the only oral with a near negligible risk is if you would give a man a blowjob and even than we don't recommend testing

Move on with your life, contuine to use condoms for any intercourse and test as normal routine at least yearly for easier to transmit STI's and HIV

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Re: Condom on but fluid
« Reply #2 on: March 02, 2018, 04:22:06 pm »
Wow that was an extremely fast response.  Thank you. 
Wouldn’t the lips covering the head of my penis be considered inside the body as in no air? And with those fluids being available and the lips covering make it “inside he body”?
Her grinding me would be considered rubbing?

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Re: Condom on but fluid
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2018, 04:28:45 pm »
The fluid a woman produces when sexually excited comes from the Bartholin's glands, this is a lubricating fluid and does not have any more hiv present than other bodily secretions such as saliva, sweat or tears. Saliva, sweat and tears are not infectious fluids.

The fluid that contains viable HIV and HIV at levels in a woman that can infect are near the cervix ... That's way up higher than her labia trust me, her cervix was nowhere near you.

HIV also does not remain infectouise once outside the human body, see once hiv finds itself exposed outside the body, the receptors needed to infect you corrode
thus render it unable to infect you.

Her lips might seem airtight to you  ;D however I don't care and neither does HIV its not airtight and even if it was again wrong fluid to infect you with.

Nothing you posted here stood out as a HIV concern.  No exposure, no contact with viable HIV or in a way that could transmit.

As long as your penis did not penetrate her vagina you had no HIV risk to worry about. Grinding, rubbing and anything else you can think of short of penetration is not a HIV concern.

Here's what you need to know in order to avoid hiv infection:
Use condoms for anal or vaginal intercourse, correctly and consistently, every time, no exceptions.

Keep in mind that some sexual practices which may be described as ‘safe’ in terms of HIV transmission might still pose a risk for transmission of other STI's, so please do get fully tested regularly and at least yearly for all STI's including but not limited to HIV and test more frequently if unprotected intercourse occurs

Also note that it is possible to have an STI and show no signs or symptoms and the only way of knowing is by testing.

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Re: Condom on but fluid
« Reply #4 on: May 17, 2020, 04:25:52 pm »
Hi forum
Had sexual encounter with a woman. I am a straight male.
We had vaginal intercourse with the condom remaining on.
My concern is the white thicker female cum was inside the condom when I went to the bathroom to clean up.
With the condom riding up the shaft but covering most of the penis and gathering female cum could that be transmission if the ejaculate was in the condom from catching on the rolled up part of the condom at the base?

Thank you

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Re: Condom on but fluid
« Reply #5 on: May 17, 2020, 04:51:56 pm »
No and nothing is you mentioned is a reason for HIV concern.

Relax, move on with your life. Continue to use condoms and test out of standard routine yearly for STI's & HIV.
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