Thank you so much for responding so quickly, I would just like to elabroate my question slight to get a more firmed answer:
When I mentioned clothing I was actually including underwear, just wondered if that might have made the situation differ since it is more close to the body, and if I masterbated in it (it may sound silly but me and my flatmate have same brand of boxers....not that we share them...).
Would it be possible to tell us a bit more how STD (in body fluid) behave on clothing?
What can be more "firmed" than "No, don't worry about it?" OK, try this: washing with detergent is sufficient, cold or hot, underwear or other clothing, fully dried or not. I doubt anybody ever acquired an STD by contact with contaminated clothing, even even if the clothes were not washed; and nobody ever gets STD from a flatmate without having sex with him/her. But if you're concerned, it's fine with me if you want to re-wash the clothes with hot water.
Protect yourself from real STD risks and don't lose sleep over the silly ones. No follow-up questions on this wasteful topic, please.
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