|My second Donation.A lesbian fantasy with Russin girls
Jul 22, 2004
Dear Bob I will appreciate your answer on my specific case Few days ago I had sex with two lesbian girls that involved protected sex, receiving unprotected oral sex and French kiss. My exposure was receiving oral sex and kissing Them after they had their oral sex. Could that be a HV exposure considering that they had few vaginal fluid in their mouth while I was receiving oral sex and French kissing them (at that time I had a dental problem) Dear BOB thank you for your great services. My 500USD donation will be the second one
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You had oral sex with two lesbians? I don't know if you are male or female, but I do know that at this very moment, you are making tons of horny dudes (and some horny chicks) very jealous.
HIV risk? Well, as I've mentioned many, many times, oral sex in all its wild and wonderful permutations and combinations carries a very low risk for HIV transmission. There is no known increased HIV risk from the possibility of orally transferring vaginal secretions from one person to another via French kissing (with or without dental problems) or knob nibbling.
Thank you for your very generous $500 donation. I will send a personal letter and some token gifts of appreciation from the Foundation. Please know your compassion and generosity will save lives and lead us ever closer to the day when AIDS is just a painful memory.
Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your support.
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