I have a simple question. Some months back, I red a lot about HIV and STD before travelling to Bangkok for a work. I came to know it is much higher in this city and I shld not get involved in any sort of sexual activity.
However, I end up hiring a girl from a brothel. She was naive and does not know English. She was very careful abt the Condom and I told her that I dont want sex. Anyways, this is what happened during 30 min stay in the room.
1- I was wearing two underwear (big sized) and she was nude.
2- The activities involved few kisses on mouth (no French kiss) other parts (no private parts)
3- I am sure, there was *no* contact between genitals, however, she wanted to give me handjob (5-6 sec) by entering her hand into my underwear, and I forbid her.
The only thing i am worried about is that,
1- She was from high risk country and a brothel
2- She was on her period as I found 2-3 drops of blood in the bed afterwards. This scene scared me up and I went out and had shower.
So in short, there was no sexual activity (protected or unprotected), however, there were body hugging and kissing while I was wearing underwear
I am from a religious background, and afterwards sometimes, it created a great disturbance in my mind.
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