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i recently met this guy,did not take him to do a test,he has mention to me that he has slept with escorts in the past.t i put a condom on him but i guess the condom was too large. while i was having sex the condom role up, but i was still sexing but it did not role up fully half way..later on i realize that while i was getting off him he had to hold the condom so it would'nt come off in me well i took a look at the side of his penis and i saw sperm..where did it come from ?...but i think that, maybe while i was stroking him the condom was on half way while i was still sexing him(dont know)..it could possibly be that sperm might have touch the entrance of my vaginal(dont know)?...how easy would it be for me to contract the aids virus...??????
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