lap dance - a part of my penis came out of my pants as the pants slipped during the dance
I went a strip club 2 days back as part of my bachelor party. When she was giving me a lap dance I saw that a small part of penis was outside the pant. I pulled my pants up after realising that but I am not sure if it touched her private parts. Do you think I am at a risk of contacting any kind of STD (Herpes, HIV, syphilis etc) and I should go ahead and get tests done for STD. How long do I need to wait before I get the tests done.
I think most would say you had no risk of HIV. But how do you not know your penis is hanging out of your pants? Regardless, that is definately low risk for HIV. As far as other STDs, I would get tested because some of those are much more easily transmitted. With this in mind, I still think you are safe.
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