Feb 8, 2011
Dear Dr. bob, how are you doing, I have a question, I recently went to one of those asian massage parlors, got a massage, the lady(massager) applied massage oils on my body even my penis,then started to give me what I believe was a hand job, shaking my penis up & down alot till I ejactulated,then she blew on me ethier on penis or near it, not sure if she blew on my penis, anyway my questions are, am I at risk for stds from a handjob? & any chance of catching an std from her blowing on penis, if she did? I am really worried about this,I had previously sent you question, but forgot to mention the part about her blowing. Thank You worried guy
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hey Worried Guy,
If the masseuse applied massage oil to your throbbing tallywhacker and then began "shaking it up and down a lot until (you) ejaculated," then yes, this would indeed be considered a "hand job"! However, if she "blew on (you) and on or near (your) penis," this would not be considered a "blow job"! Hopefully you paid only for a "happy ending rub-and-tug" and not a "massage with a full Monica Lewinsky," because if you paid for the full Monica, you got ripped off.
Regarding STDs, relax Max. Rub-and-tug hand-jobs and mere blowing on (as opposed to sucking on) your Mr. Happy is not considered an HIV or STD risk.
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