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PLEASE ANSWER, Unhealthy Nerves
Jun 9, 2004

I recently received a dry blow job. In other words, a woman sucked my penis through my pants. I was fully clothes and my zipper was completely closed. She put her mouth on the outside of my pants where my penis and genitals are. Is it posiible to get infected with HIV in this way?

Also, I received a lapdance from another girl. Again I was fully clothed and she had on her underwear. Can I catch HIV?

PLEASE HELP, I am very nervous!

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello,

I've certainly heard of getting a "blow dry" (at the hair salon, for instance) and getting a "blow job," (by the cute guy working at the hair salon, for instance) but a "dry blow job????" She sucked your penis through your pants? Did she get "cotton mouth?" Or were you wearing your polyester again?

No, my nervous friend, you can not contract HIV from either the lap dance you described or having someone orally attack your whacker while it's still in its wrapper.

Stay well. I'm sure you will.

Dr. Bob



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