|Licking the preejaculate of a penis
Jan 14, 2013
Hi there, I am so deeply concerned right now in regarding an incident that happened yesterday. I was with my male friend and we took it a step further in regards to me masturbating him (handjob). I bent down and took a small lick of his pre-cum that was sitting on his penis on the tip. I swallowed it quickly and then continued with my handstrokes. He then took a swipe of his pre-cum that was sitting on top of his penis with his finger and I licked it off his finger and swallowed it immediately. He assured me that he does NOT have hiv or anything but I am so scared cause I wasn't expecting to taste his pre-cum. He then finished masturbating himself as I got frightened as to what just happened cause I was not expecting to taste his pre-cum. I did not put his penis into my mouth at all. Only 2 small licks of his pre-cum that was on top of his penis head and finger that he swiped off his penishead. He is circumcised and I swallowed it quickly when the pre-cum was on my tounge. The pre-cum was sitting on top of his circumcised penis before I bent down to take a small lick. He assured me that he does NOT have hiv and that he does NOT sleep around. I am so scared cause this happened yesterday and I am frightened out of my mind. He finished masturbating on his own and ejaculated on himself. I am so scared of possible transmission if any. Was there any possible transmission with pre-cum sitting on his penishead for a bit and that I just bent down to take a small lick in which the pre-cum was on my tounge and I swallowed it quickly and when he swiped little pre-cum with his finger that I licked iff and that was only on my tounge and I swallowed that quickly? I can't sleep or anything. I would appreciate your help. Thank you so much!
| Response from Ms. Southall
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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