I just read ur note on the mucous membrane on the underside of the foreskin.
I did have an issue, 4 years ago i made one stupid mistake, i was drunk and an unknown guy masturbated me. i came in my trousers. He has obviously wanked off earlier and had collected his semen in his handkerchief, after i was done, he proceeded to wipe me off with his cum soaked handkerchief, While i fought him off, i think i got a dab on my penis, I am uncut and this question has been bothering me
i did wipe immediately, but couldnt wash until later, It was a drunk eve so i went to my washroom and by habit wanked again, the next morning, i realized and went for counseling, was tolld all was safe, however, this question was bothering me, hope u can help.
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