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last night I went to a night club and danced with a girl I knew later that she is lesbian but am a guy,,
she waas grinding until semen came out of my body and there were cuts on my lap before I danced with her,, she was too close to me and pressing her *** to me after I finished,,, and the semen was on my pants, and another girl came to me and grinded tooooooo close to me,, actually she was pressing here *** to me hardly until semen came out again from my body,, later I talked with her she said that her father is Russian and her mother is American and the girl herself is bisexual,, I guess that nightclub has a gays party that night without I know,,,,,
is there any possibility of getting HIV or any other STD?
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