Hi I am curious - The other day I went for a massage. The massge was sensual, and the women played briefly with my balls and penis. I had no cuts or sores on my body, and I inspected her hands for cuts. I saw none. During the massage as though the massuese lightly grazed my anus with hand. Although I don't have fissures or hemorrhoids I am not comfortable with this. I might add that it was just grazing and in no way did she penetrate me with her finger. My concern is this: after the massage was over she took out a towell which had a small red streak - it was dry. I looked at her hands a second time, I could not see any cuts, before I left I looked at her hands a third time, still I saw nothing. I asked her if she knew what the red streak was, she said she did not know. My fear: what if despite looking at her hands three time she hand a small cut and the blood came in contact with my anus, I don't think it did, I didn't see any blood streaks on my body. I know intact skin is a barrier to HIV infection, does this apply to the skin around the opening to the anus
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