|Aids risk in strip club, please help
Jul 28, 2013
I went to a strip club 1 month ago and took a long lap dance - about 2 hours. During lap dance, there are too much rubbing, where I was always wearing my underwear and she had her g-string. Time to time, I kiss her ass shortly by spreading hips. I never kiss her vagina, but I touched the vagina (not finger it) time to time as I also lick my fingers before it. I also saw tampon on her - I am not sure if this is due to strip club regulation or she is menstruation period or she just prefers to put it on during lap dances. Although it is dark, I did not feel any vaginal fluid and blood on her. When I returned to Hotel, I saw three small pin pricks on my lips - as small as 2mm, which is most probably occur during lap dance. Now I am scared if there is possibility of AIDS transmission or not. During that 1 month period, I do not have body temperature rise or fatigue. Could you please help me on this? I am really scared.
| Response from Ms. Southall
Hi There is no way to acquire HIV from a lap dance. HIV can not be transmitted through clothing. I must say a two hour lap dance is quite a dance, but again no risk of transmission. I have never heard of a strip bar requiring their dancers to wear a tampon so I'm assuming she was on her monthly cycle. HIV transmission occurs when there is a direct exchange of body fluid through mainly sex and sharing needles and a prolonged exposure the fluid.
So, no need to be scared you are HIV free from this experience.
Be well and stay safe, Shannon
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