|bachelor party gone bad
Apr 6, 2006
Hello Dr Bob,
I had my bachelor party last weekend, and a bunch of my buddies hired a couple of strippers to come over for some entertainment. My pants stayed on the entire time, but they did unbutton my shirt. They grinded all over me and did some tricks where they picked up dollar bills off of my face with their genitals. They also performed this trick on my best man. Their naked genitals came very close to our mouths and in some cases may have touched it briefly. We were talking the next day and were concerned about the possible transmission of HIV or any other STDs in this manner. I showered immediately after they left. I have been so anxious about this and cannot sleep because of it. Thanks so much for your help.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
They picked up dollar bills off your face with their genitals??? Hmmm . . . . Nice party trick, which I'm sure requires both talent and flexibility, but it still seems like a hard way to earn a buck.
Regarding HIV, relax, Dude. From what you told me, your HIV risk is nonexistent. Besides, did you know your future wife and her bridesmaids were playing naked twister with the male strippers at the bachelorette party? I answered her question in this forum just last week.
Congrats on the upcoming nuptials!
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