|Clarification Re: Lap Dancing
Jun 19, 2003
I have read the comments regarding lap dancing, but would appreciate your help just to clarify a few points. I had a lap dance recently, which involved the usual grinding but progressed to her bouncing up and down on my erection with her vagina, basically I was knocking on the door, although I was wearing jeans and underpants and she was wearing a g-string. Full penetration never occurred. Immediately after this I went to the toliet and may have brushed by penis against the front of my jeans.
So I am worried on two fronts, firstly the protection of my clothing against any secretions and secondly the possible transmission from my jeans.
I understand that the virus can live outside of the body, but for a short period only.
As i suffer from NSU symptoms fairly frequently I went to get checked out for non-HIV related diseases and was clear.
Am I at risk, and do I need to get tested for HIV at 3 months?
PS I think the website is tremendously important as most information regarding HIV/Aids is not informative enough or swept under the carpet. Ignorance is not bliss, keep up the good work.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You were wearing jeans and underpants, and she was wearing a g-string. Well, of course, "full penetration never occurred!"
Are you at risk? The only risk I see is ruining your undies and stretching your jeans out of shape! No, you are not at risk for HIV. OK, guys, one last time. You cannot get HIV from a lap dance, no matter how hard you "grind" or "bounce" her (or him). "Knocking on the door" does not allow packages to be delivered, so to speak. OK?
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