i went into a massage parlour a couple of weeks ago an accepted a massage from a massuese. It was sensual but not sexual per say, no vaginal, oral anal or evern hand job.
I am concerned because she massage the front of my chest and I felt a wet drop touch my hand. I had hard-on at the time and I am afraid that a vaginal secretion may have come off the tights, body pants she was wearing. Am I crazy? I am a little ignorant about vaginal secretions.
Could a women produce enough secretion that it would drip off a pair of nylon pants. This is two weeks after, and I have a slight sort thoat. A bit scared here. What if this fell off her pants and onto my urethra. My penis extended beyond my undershorts for a minute, so it is possible something could have fallen on it - although I don't recall it per say.
I want to thank you. I believe you are right about this. I believe I am some symptoms that are consistent with Hay Fever (runny nose, facial pressure, irritated throat, headache) (typical of this time of year), and I automatically assumed they had to be ARS.
THe timing is bad because I had this massage parlor experience about two weeks ago.
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