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Dominatrix slap slap slap...
Mar 8, 2010

Hey,

This has gotten to be a bit of a strange question, but here it is. I went and saw a Dominatrix, who proceeded to slap me around (but only on the face!). All was good afterwards, until four weeks later when I FREAKED out, what if her hands had small cuts, and what if they connected to small cuts on my face? Could it happen? Has it happened?

Well, short story short, I ran to the clinic and did an OraQuick a month after. It came out negative, which I know is early.

Doctor, before I head out to a psychologist, am I being overly paranoid here? Do you see any real risk for infection?

Many, many thanks for any response you might have!

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello Dominatrix-Slap-Slap-Slap Guy,

So, Helga the Dominatrix gives you a slap-a-thon ("but only on the face") and a full four weeks later you suddenly freak out about the possibility of micro-cuts that might have been on her hands and your slapped puss? This is obviously a severe case of DGSMS (delayed guiltus-slapus-maximus syndrome). Are you being overly paranoid? Yep. Should you head out to get your head shrunk? Yep! Should you worry about HIV? Nope.

Dr. Bob



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