I got a bj off a girl unexpected and vey quick. Neither of us seem to have any cuts but she swallowed. She doesn´t know I have hiv, should I tell her to have a test, I don´t want to scare her as she is having a bad year already and I don´t plan to see her again
Irish, not worried about the law. I keep it to myself unless I feel I have to. This was a once off where a girl kept coming on to me. I want to do the right thing but keep it telling her would make things hard for both of us espically if it is unecessary.
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