Oral Sex With Cousin & Swallowed His Cum..Need Help..Pls
Apr 27, 2003
Hi doctor...Pls help me..i'm mentally disturbed. I am an asian and i will be marrying my first-cousin soon(which is common here)with blessings. But we have pre-marital sex bout 6 month now after our engagement. Doctor, my cousin is free from Hiv(which i strongly believe and i hope so), and so do i b'cos i only have sex with him .We use condom while sex but every time /all the time when we have sex i give him blow job..which i and him love it. But the problem is i did'nt know that blow job could be dangerous till my friend told me and i've swallowed/drank his semen /sperms.Which i don't know how many times The question is...1)can i be infected even if he is not HIV 2) Is there any other transmission that i can get if he's my cousin? 3)Can I get pregnant if i swallowed his sperms/semen?
Doctor pls reply and please help me...this is really bothering me and troubles my relationship with him.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Youre mentally disturbed, youre marrying your first cousin, and you love slurping down your first cousins spunk . . . and you are wondering if you can contract HIV this way if he is NOT HIV-positive. Plus, youre wondering if you can get pregnant by swallowing his "sperms." Oh my my my where do I even begin?
OK. Now who says sex education is lacking in parts of Asia???
1. No, you cannot contract HIV from someone who is not HIV-positive. 2. No, you cannot get pregnant form lapping up your partners love juice. 3. You need some basic sex education classes. 4. As for being mentally disturbed and marrying your first cousin, well, I dont know if these are linked or not. But you know what they say about inbreeding.
Good luck. I think you may well need it.
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