|BDSM/dominatrix and HIV
Feb 16, 2005
First, thank you ..
although I had first had a tendancy to self diagnose from the posts of this site; I now realize its fruitless and to no advantage. Now to my question, I recently visited a pro dominatrix, long story short she put clothes pins on my penis (ouch), she then had me please her with my hand, no insertion of fingers but without a doubt fluid transferred to my hand. A few moments latter she had me masturbate with lube (after pins were removed), I had not washed my hand and it had not been 20 minutes (independent research dictated that 20 minute lifespan of virus once exposed to air). I noticed I had 3 abrasions about the diameter of an eraser from a pencil a few days latter, note at time of masturbation I didnt notice any abrasions, they are surly from the clothes pins but did not become noticeable until time had passed. What would you feel is my risk of exposure if she was indeed infected, which I don't know... This was in the Houston area.
I show no smyptoms that I'm aware of with the exception of "tight" or feeling of an object my fold/ lap while sitting in my right thigh /inguinal ligament
Please help... I ordered a test online but awaiting it's arrival..
| Response from Dr. Frascino
She put clothes pins on your tallywhacker? Why? Did you refuse to climb into the electric dryer so she thought she needed to hang you on the line to dry? Clothes pins? OUCHAMAGOUCHA! Houston area? Hmmm, I should have guessed. She probably works for Tom DeLay during the day before transforming into Bondage Betty when the sun goes down.
From what you've told me, your HIV risk was essentially nonexistent, as is the chance of your ever being able to hang laundry on a line again without wincing and crossing your legs. Good luck.
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