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More on STD Transmission Via Oral Contact and clothing.
Nov 17, 2003

Evening, Sorry to be writing you again. I realized that you tend to receive more information about situations. Allow me to explain what happened to me. I was hazed tonight, in a rather un-orthodox manor. Someone shoved a pair of underwear that belonged to a female stripper into my mouth. They made me hold them there for approximately 5 minutes. Then they made me chew on a piece of gum, in hopes of making me swallow. Of course this aggravated my salivary glands, and my mouth rapidly filled with saliva. I attempted to not swallow for 10-15 minutes. The panties where from a stripper at a strip club last night. I am EXTREAMLY Worried as to the probability of STD transmission in this manor. Please reply as quickly as you can I am bugging out. Thank you, And sorry for bothering you again.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

Munching on day-old strippers' g-strings (or panties) is not considered a risk for STD's, including HIV. Believe it or not, guys chew the pants, panties, and g-strings off strippers voluntarily all the time. Your only risk is trying to get the spandex and sparkles off the roof of your mouth. Stay well.

Dr. Bob



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