JUST HOPING YOU SEND ME SOME OF YOUR GOOD KARMA...
Jan 19, 2009
I cannot say how much I admire and respect the amount of time and energy you spend on these forums helping people, and of course for your charitable organization which changes lives.
I don't know if I will get a reply, but I really am just hoping for some good karma and well wishes.
Basically, my situation is that for some spur of the moment reason, I decided to go see a shemale prostitute several days ago. We had protected oral sex (insertive and receptive) and I performed insertive anal. The condom never same off, but since I was drunk, I had to readjust it a few times (pull it all the way back down) due to my varying "level" of interest.
I guess I know that the oral is low risk (no ejaculation, very brief in duration), and the anal was protected. But, I had "winter hands" - some dryness and cracking. How worried should I be that I was touching the outside of the condom, several times, and potential exposure to anal secretions?
Hope - I hope you write me back, I hope you send me your good karma, I hope you continue to perform your incredible good deeds.
Response from Dr. Frascino
YIKES! Your "spur of the moment" was oral and anal sex with a shemale??? Gosh, one can only wonder what happens when you really plan a wild night out on the town!
Your HIV-acquisition risk due to "winter hands" touching the outside of the condom is essentially nonexistent. But I've sent my good-luck karma nonetheless.
Thanks for your kind comments.
Be well. Stay well.
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