The other day I went into a massage parlor. The massage was sensual, although not sexual. I had no oral, anal, vaginal intercourse or a handjob.
The women massaged me in a sensual way and I became erect. I had on y-fronts at the time and my penis came outside of shorts. The women had on a pair of nylon like pants, I don't know if she had underwear on underneath. She never grinded me or anything, but I suddenly felt a wet drop on my hand when she was near me.
I am concerned about vaginal secretions. I called her a couple weeks later and she said that she uses lotions, which she did, and said also told me that does not have a problem with unusual vaginal secretions. So is it possible that I women could become "wet enough" (that is - is it biologically possible) that her secretions would drip off of her nylon pants. If a drop fell from her into my Urethra, which I don't know that it did, could I get HIV.
It has been two weeks and I am having a slight sore throat and some nasal discharge. I am very nervous about this.
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