I recently received a lap dance at strip club and would like to know the risks associated with obtaining Herpes or any other STD from this activity. During the lap dance, which lasted about 30 minutes, the stripper was fully nude and masturbated herself (both hands) throughout the dance. She also un-tucked my shirt, loosened my belt and pulled my penis above my belt line in order for her to do hand-to-genital rubbing and for her to grind on my penis with her buttocks and front genital area. I did not penetrate her vagina with my penis or hands, but was definitely exposed to her vaginal fluids and genital areas through the hand-to-genital contact and genital-to-genital grinding (again, no penetration).
My questions are as follows:
1) Is it possible to obtain an STD in this manner? (female hand masterbating herself then immediately touching male penis AND/OR female genital areas rubbing against male penis without clothing barrier) If so, what STD's? I am most concerned about herpes.
I appreciate your help as I am very concerned about this activity.
No penetration, effectively no risk. Transfer of genital secretions through genital to hand to genital mechanisms simply does not occur. Similarly, no penetration, no transmission of bacterial STDs. If there were herpes lesions present on her, transmission is a theoretical possibility but, no be honest, this is unlikely and in over 25 years of STD practice, I have neither heard or seen it. I would not worry about it. EWH
My favorite site for herpes information is either the web site or hot lie of ASHA (the American Social Health Association). At the hotline you can talk directly with knowledgeable counselors. Full disclosure however, I am Chairman of the Board of ASHA and Dr. Handsfield is on the Board. EWH
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