|Another stripper story with a twist - Please help (9th time)
Jul 31, 2004
Dear Dr Rob Thanks for your great effort in helping mankind to fight the hiv demon. Your work is truly appreciated. I'm also one of those worried wells except that my anxiety and stress mounting each and everyday. Read the archive and did convince myself that I'll be ok but still I dont know which category my scenario belongs. Visited a strip club. Stripper mastrubated me. Risk 1 - She touched her vagina before touching my penis Risk 2 - Applied her saliva as lubricant (No Risk I believe) Risk 3 - I touched her vagina with my index finger tip for a second, then rubbed it on her breast and then licked her breast after 5 seconds.
I'm paranoid and a bit suicidal. If I survive this ordeal, I'll completely dedicate myself to fight this tiny, invisible and heartless insect (of course will contact you)...Please help me
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello Mr. Person,
So where's the "twist?" Perhaps Stripperella was doing "The Twist?" I love that dance It's so retro!
So from your description, I see absolutely no risk of HIV transmission, whether or not she was doing the twist or the shimmy-shimmy, or Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction mambo.
So you've submitted this question to me at least a gazillion times. Why all the worry? And what's this nonsense about being "suicidal" and "if I survive this ordeal?" Aren't we being just a tad dramatic here? With such rampant self-centered paranoia, one wonders about your commitment to completely dedicate yourself to anything (other than you). Consider getting some counseling, as your fears are completely irrational.
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