|is this risky
May 29, 2006
Hey Dr. Bob,
If I let a stripper sit directly on my face will I be at risk?
Thanks. I just couldn't ask a regular doctor a question like this.
Response from Dr. Frascino
You couldn't ask a regular doctor? What am I, irregular?
Although not quite a QTND (Question That Never Dies), I'll repost a question from the archives that addresses this very issue.
Will facesitting transmit aids? Dec 27, 2004
Hi, I visited a prostitute about 5 months ago and asked her to sit on my face to satisfy my sexual desire. Her vagina smothered my face on my nose and lips. Now, I'm wondering if i'm at a risk of HIV transmission.
I can clearly recall that i did not lick her vagina during the process, and I did not have any sores on my lips. I also need to know if HIV can be transmitted from her through broken pimples on my face. Thanks in advance.
Response from Dr. Frascino:
"Facesitting???" Hmmm . . . . The risk of HIV would be essentially nonexistent, but depending on the size of the hooker, I guess there would be a risk of a broken nose or perhaps even suffocation. As for the popped pimples on your face, you might try seeing a dermatologist instead of a facesitter. I know creams and lotions may not be as much fun, but then again, I suppose you can use whatever kind of applicator you like to apply them. To specifically answer your question, no, I see no significant HIV risk from this episode of facesitting, even if the pussy was perched on your pimple-popped puss.
Stay well. Happy Holidays.
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