Transmssion Via Third Party Objects
Aug 31, 2006
First, i would like to thank you very much Dr. for your work. You help many people, both on the web and in person.
My question is: Is it possible to contract HIV or Hepatitis C from a third party object such as a rented adult dvd. The proposed transfer of the virus would be from the original handler of the dvd leaving an amount of sperm on the dvd. The next person to rent the dvd would then masturbate. Is such a transfer possible?
Response from Dr. Frascino
HIV or HCV from a porno video??? No, of course not. If that were the case, every Republican conservative rightwing wingnut politician and a large number of born-again Bible-thumping loonies would be HIV positive. Relax, Max. Enjoy your videos. Here's a few of the extra-chromosome Christian Right favorites:
1. Sperms of Endearment
2. Romancing the Bone
3. For Your Thighs Only
4. On Golden Blonde
5. Forrest Hump
6. Sleeping Booty
7. The Loin King
8. White Men Can't Hump
9. Batman in Robin
11. ET The Extra Testicle
13. Position: Impossible
14. A Hard Gay's Night
15. The Little Sperm-Aid
16. Bang the Nun Slowly
17. Something Liquid This Way Cums
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