|lap Dance...very much worried
Jul 4, 2005
I have been for lap dance 3-4 times. The incident that worries me is given below. During the lap dance, I was wearing my innerwear and a Jeans, and shirt. The girl was wearing a G string, During the dance, due to her continuous rubbing of her vaginal area on my pennies region, I cumed, and it also showed up as a wet spot on my jeans(at the area of my side pocket). The girl was also wet. My worry is whether it is possible for the virginal fluid to get in contact with the Semen spot that was on the jeans and there by the virus to get in thru the semen spot on the jeans, and the semen spot on the innerwear and subsequently to the pennies, which is surrounded my semen. Please answer the question. After this I have stopped going to strip clubs. So will the virus travel though the semen spot on the cloth? Is there any risk? Do I need to get tested?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Ginny G-string rubbed her "virginal fluid" on your "pennies region" and you "cumed" at the area of your side pocket???? Although something might have gotten lost in translation here, I think I understand your question. The answer is no. There is no HIV-transmission risk, even with semen spots, "virginal fluids" and cum-drenched "pennies." Your only worry at this point is how to get those sticky stains off your "innerwear" and jeans. I see no need for HIV testing.
Stay well, Sticky Guy.
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