Sexual massage STD risk
Jul 12, 2017
Hi, Just want to ask. What are the kind of STD you can get for having a sexual message with in a massage parlore. The situation was, Just body to body massage naked, i came once, but my penis was not incontact in any of her body, because i lying facing down. Second cum was through handjob. No oral, no kissing, nor any other sex related activities. Can i get your opinion? What about the risk of hiv when i first came, and perhaps some part of her body touched my sperm. Thx
Response from Mr. Jacobs
Hi there -- Based on the events you describe you appear to be at zero risk of acquiring HIV. Remember, HIV must have a direct route of transmission from one person's body into the mucous membranes of another, hence why sexual intercourse or IV drug transmission are the more common routes between adults. It is not transmitted by simple massage, touching, kissing, mutual masturbation, hugging, or handjobs. There is no way you could acquire HIV by cumming on her body.
As far as other STIs, it seems you pretty much have almost no risk there as well. Most STIs are also transmitted through intercourse, penetration, or some sort of sharing bodily fluids. The only additional consideration would be crabs, which can be spread through relative casual sexual contact, or unwashed sheets. But even in that unusual event you would know pretty quickly and be able to treat with over-the-counter shampoos.
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