water Sports and Scat Play

Question

Dear Robert, how are you? Hope you are fine... Here in Italy everything goes well and in about one month time we will go for new political election!!! In any case, Right or Left, nothing will change... Now I have some questions for you and I hope you will take the time to answer me because I am a little bit worried. I went to a professional Dominatrix for the first time in my life and she asked me to lick her feet and I did it as she wanted (after 5 minutes I was so bored that I wanted to escape from the house). After that she used me as Human Toilet (I asked for this service). So, she took a chair with a big hole and she urinated a huge quantities of pee on my chest. After that she defecated always on my chest and I took away her excrements with a paper tissue after about 60 seconds. Now my questions are:

  1. In your previous answers when you say that urine is safe for std/hiv do you consider also a possible presence of blood? I mean, I learn from you that hiv is not in the urine but if in the urine there is a bit of blood the chance of getting std/hiv remain nil? Or change?
  2. Regarding urine and scat, pimples are considered open cuts or still unbroken skin? This is because I have several pimples on my chest but are "closed" and if I put my finger over one pimples there is no trace of blood on it.
  3. I do not receive scat in mouth: am I at risk for epatit A?
  4. External scat (no visible blood) and external water sports (no visible blood): do I have to be worried about some std?

Dear Robert, belive me, I do not know why but I was dreaming this experience for long time. But I am sure about one things: be a human toilet is not my way and after that I was disgusting by myself. But what is done is done.....

Hope to read your answer soon.

Take care, ok? Bye bye

Answer

Hi,

I'm kind of glad I wasn't eating lunch when I read your unappetizing post, but to each his own . . . .

  1. Urine in the absence of visible blood does not transmit HIV.

  2. "Closed" pimples do not increase HIV-transmission risk. (Besides, urine and feces do not transmit HIV in the absence of visible blood.)

  3. Nope.

  4. No.

I think your decision to no longer act as a "human toilet" is a wise one. There are loads of other hobbies to choose from. Really there are.

Dr. Bob