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Went to a massage parlor. No intercourse or even handjob. The masseuse did lightly touch by buttocks and I became aroused to the point of ejaculation. I placed by t-shirt between myself and the towel underneath. My tip of my penis did come in contact with the towel, and I am concerned.
If the last person came in, was given the same "treatment" and ejaculated , and lets say that person had HIV, and my penis came in contact with that persons ejaculate, I am correct to assume there is no risk for HIV because the virus doesn't transmit that way?
For the first 20 minutes, I lay on the t-shirt, so 20-25 minutes would have passed between when my penis touched that part of the towel. Is that long enough for HIV to die on towel?
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