Dubai Distressed Dude (DDD) , with a brand-new anxiety!!!
Mar 1, 2009
Well, have donated twice, and will do so again ( even if you don't answer this one....) Your cause is cause enough, and I hope to regulary set aside some money for your worthy, worthy, crusade of kindness.
Okay, down to the nitty-gritty-titty...
Went to my "favourite" (!)massage parlour in Dubai, and was attended by my "favourite" girl ( they actually have numbers that makes it easier then learning their Chinese names!)
She rubbed me ( oh so good), then turned me round, and "tugged" me ( oh so very good!), till I came...big time.
She then wiped me clean with a cloth that was handy nearby -- and I was too spaced out to protest.
My anxiety set in only afterwards - what if the cloth she used on me had been used to mop up a previous "happy" client just before me ?!
The thought makes me shrink, in more ways than one....
Please, Dr.Bob, is there even a faint possibility that I may be at risk of having been inadvertently infected ?
I remain your devoted fan,in hope,
3D aka DDD
Response from Dr. Frascino
Welcome back to the forum. Your fears are once again unwarranted! HIV does not survive very long outside the body. Add to this the very unlikely chance that your favorite rub-and-tug gal would use a spunked-up cloth to clean up your happy ending and the very unlikely possibility that the previous client was "virally enhanced" and the extremely, extremely unlikely chance that even if the previous happy-ending recipient was poz and even if your gal-pal used the same gunky-spunky trick towel and even if the towel was used immediately (please note that's a whole lot of "even ifs"), the chance an adequate amount of fresh, HIV-tainted jizz actually got into your urethra (pee hole) is beyond remote. So adding all these improbabilities together, your HIV risk becomes essentially nonexistent, OK? If, despite my reassurance, you remain a distressed dude, get a single HIV-antibody test at the three-month mark. I have absolutely no doubt the results will be negative.
Thanks for your donations to the Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org). We will use it for a new program we are collaborating on in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebel forces there have been raping women and young girls, leaving them damaged and at high risk for STDs, including HIV. We are working with several other nonprofit organizations to provide these battered women treatment, including HIV and STD post-exposure prophylaxis. Your gift is deeply appreciated.
Be well 3D-guy.
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