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A Bit of Clarification Please!
Apr 14, 2008

Hello Dr. Bob!

Just really quick because I haven't seen this one answered yet.

What do you mean by visible blood?

I received a blow job from a guy and while I did not see any streaks of blood on my penis, or taste blood in my mouth when we kissed, does this qualify as not seeing any visible blood? He kissed my neck. No blood there.

Am I reading that correctly?

So visible blood in their saliva would mean a copious amount...unless you want me to have each partner spit and then go examine the saliva under bright lights or with some kind of microscope. But that is so unsexy.

So if I received a blow job from a guy and didn't see these streaks of blood, then can I safely assume no extenuating circumstances? Please, please, please say yes. : )

Thank you!

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

I agree examining your tricks spit under bright lights or a microscope would indeed be unsexy. And personally I'm all for "bringing sex back"!!! Well, bringing (safe) sexy back anyway.

So you request I "please, please, please say yes." OK! "YES!"

Stop worrying. Stay safe. Stay sexy.

Dr. Bob



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