In 31-12-2012 i went to a chinese CSW working as a massage girl and i just touched her body (frottage) ,buttocks and rubbing her breasts by my bare hands , but apart from the vagina or the anus no oral sex ,i was fully clothed and she was naked and this happens for about 30 minutes ...
I have read from here that it is theoretically can happen but other outside sources say it can be for similar cases..
I am not afraid of getting HIV but did i can get HSV from such an intercourse like this?
Because i have seen videos on this forum saying alot of facts that contradicts with what dr hook , you and other experts saying ..
like .."10 facts about herpes" where the doctor saying some facts like
1-The one who have Herpes is contagious even he has no symptoms.
2-Herpes can be gotten by normal skin to skin contact,towels and water cups!!.
3-Even condom and protected sex is not enough to protect me from acquiring herpes because it can come from the thigh or chest contact..and etc
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