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I had an episode the other day where I was at a strip club the first time with friends. Whilst there I recieved a lap dance from a stripper and when I turned my head to look at something she wiped something downy cheek, to my mouth.
Afterwards she told me it was her vaginal fluid and I was disgusted as I am almost certain a slight amount may have entered my mouth.
So I guess what I'm asking is that could I contract hpv from this or possibly another std? Thanks again for this great forum
Ah that's fantastic grace, could I also ask if there was a risk if it was wipped down my cheek to my lips, and I accidently licked my lips with my tongue around 30 seconds or so later.
Sorry it's just that I now remember why I was concerned in the first place as I was very fatigued at the time
Ah ok that makes sense, and i guess my situation is not that much different than from shaking hands with someone who hasnt washed their hands after being to the toilet,but I thought that contact with fluids could transmit stds like hpv?.
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