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I was recently intimate w a man of an unknown status. I gave him a handjob, he did not ejaculate but there was pre cum, I gave him oral, but not insertive, I only licked his shaft and around the tip, paying attention to avoid his fluids, he fingered me, put his fingers in my mouth, and he layed on top of me naked. When I felt him do that I slapped my legs shut since there was no condom. He and his pre cum did touch the outside of my vagina but there was NO penetration. After reading the forums I think I am ok but the what ifs are driving me mad. Would sucking on him or his fingers pose a risk..or for that matter anything else I described? Thank you.
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