Mar 28, 2005
i m a male 21 i had sex with a horse on 15-02-2005 .after sex i suffer from only cough .did i have aids? please answer the question with detail
Response from Dr. Frascino
"Horsing around" with Seabiscuit --"in detail" or anywhere else -- is not a good idea. AIDS would not be a problem, but I do think you are a bit confused about "the birds and the bees" in general.
Perhaps you have been spending too much time on the web reading those rumors about Catherine the Great? You know, the ones about Catherine the Great, empress of Russia in the latter part of the 18th century, being crushed to death when attendants lost their grip on ropes supporting a horse that was being lowered on her for, ah, sexual purposes. Well, the boring truth is that Catherine the Great died of a stroke while sitting on the commode in the palace at St. Petersburg. The story about Catherine's alleged yen for horses probably has its roots in the fact that she had an active and unusually public sex life. She had numerous lovers throughout her long reign, one of whom, Grigori Potemkin, procured young men for her after their own relationship cooled. The lucky "stud" would be "tested" by one of Catherine's ladies-in-waiting, and if he showed promise he would be appointed adjutant general, or something along those lines, and spend a couple years performing as required. So you can see her "stud service" was not what you thought. And that completes today's history lesson. And don't even get me started about that Richard Gere and the gerbil thing
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