|Butt rubbing stripper question
Oct 7, 2009
Hi Dr. Bob, This may seem like a dumb question, but I'm really worried! Last week I was having a drink at a go-go club in Singapore. I was fully dressed, wearing jeans, underwear, and a long t-shirt. This dancer/sex-worker came up to me while I was standing near the bar and rubbed her butt againt my croch. She had a pair of shorts on. What is my risk of HIV? Please help. I will donate once I get an answer. thanks Johnny
| Response from Dr. Frascino
The chances of contracting HIV from a Bouncing Bertha at a Singaporean Badda Bing as as result of her rubbing her tuckus against your home entertainment center, which was "fully dressed, wearing jeans, underware, and a long t-shirt" is exactly zero! Yep, that's right -- zero, zilch, zip, nada, nyet, bupkis, nothing!
Johnny, regarding donations to The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org), please note, my work here at The Body is free and equally available to all. Donations to any charity should only be made in the true spirit of generosity and compassion with the desire to help those in desperate need. You have your answer with my blessings and with absolutely no strings are attached, OK?
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