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Cum on tissue
Mar 13, 2006

Dr. Bob,

You have a great website and I've always relied on it for years now. However, I have a quick question. Recently, I went to one of those porno booths and there were tissues around the chair/floors (masturbations from previous viewers). I did the same, and I don't remember whether i used a new tissue or one of those old ones. I used it to wipe my penis and now I'm afraid I could have wiped an old tissue from a potential HIV positive person. Please advise, and let me know. I've donated in the past and will do so again.

Thanks.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

Relax, guy. If you had used a spunked tissue, I think you would have noticed the icky wad of man-jam. I'd say your HIV risk is negligible; however, if you're worried, the testing option (wait for the three-month mark) is always open to you. Personally, I don't think you need it. Thanks for your donation (www.concertedeffort.org).

Stay well, sticky fingers.

Dr. Bob



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