|paranoid teen, looked for an answer on here but nothing completely similar!
Aug 4, 2010
I hate to be paranoid, and I hate to stereotype a stripper, but im nervous and just a yes or no answer would be greatly appreciated! I'm a 19 year old female and I recently went to a girls night out involving seeing travelling male strippers. I ended up getting a lap dance from one male, I was wearing a short dress and had a thong on, the stripper had his underwear down and grinded on my feminine parts over my panties for a few moments before I pushed him off. He also made me rub him for a few seconds and grazed over my underwear briefly as well. I dont believe he gave off any fluids and the only cuts I have are shaving knicks which where probably covered by underwear. I washed my hands and self right after and before doing anything else. Is there any possible way I could have contracted HIV or am I overthinking this? Just needing some piece of mind or advice, I will never be seeing male strippers up close again! Thank you for your time:)
| Response from Dr. Frascino
How refreshing it is to have a question about a male stripper for a change! Even though the roles are reversed from the usual Bouncing Betty with the bodacious ta-tas at the Badda Bing, your bump and grind with the Chippendale's throbbing tallywhacker presents the same degree of risk for HIV acquisition: nonexistent.
Stop worrying. All is well, including you.
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