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10 Common Fears About HIV Transmission

August 22, 2017

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Getting a Lap Dance

3. Getting a Lap Dance

Oh, if only we had a dollar tucked in our G-string for every person who's written in after a visit to a strip club. Lap dances -- and most other strip club encounters -- bear absolutely no risk for one huge reason: At least one of you is wearing clothing on top of your happy parts, and no bodily fluids are being exchanged. (Even if you think you felt a little bit of wetness on your skin, that doesn't count as "exchanging fluids.")

With no opportunity for an exchange of bodily fluids, there is nothing to fear.

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