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First and only Ever Encounter
Aug 12, 2012

Hi, Just a few hours ago I had my very first and only sexual encounter with someone other than my partner of 20 years. Much older man who I gave some oral and then about 20 seconds of condom protected sex. He was wanking and then lubricating his penis with saliva from he mouth. He also fingered my arse for a minute maybe. No ejaculation either in my mouth or arse. As soon as he finished jacking off I washed out my very dry mouth. I am really concerned as I have never done this kind of thing before. I keep thinking that he had a bruise on his chest that was redish and about the size of a 10cent coin. Should I be worried at all

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi, there:

Oral sex and 20-seconds of protected penetrative sex would not be a high-risk incident, and I would not be concerned. Some diseases are skin-to-skin. If you are otherwise in a monogamous relationship with your partner then you should be tested for all STD's three months from the incident just to be certain that you did not acquire any skin-to-skin diseases such as Syphilis, Chlamydia, or Gonorrhea.

In health,

Richard



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