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Frot and masturbation incident - risks?

I am a healthy and drug free male.

I have been curious for a while met up with another male off an app.

We meet up and this is what happened: we masturbate ourselves (not mutual), my pants are down and he rubs his unprotected penis on my buttocks near the crack.

There is no penetration.
This last for 3-4 seconds maximum and I stop him and pull up my pants up to cover my butt.

We masturbate and he continues to rub his penis on my now clothed backside.

He finishes by himself away from me and there is no contact with his fluids.
I couldn’t complete, so the interaction was finished at this point.

I’m extremely anxious if his rubbing of his unprotected penis would give me HIV or anything other infections.
It was on my glutes, a couple of inches away from my anal opening.

I went home and showered thoroughly.

Can someone please address the risks of this activity?
Do I need to get tested based on the above activities?
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3191940 tn?1447268717
Correct.  HIV is not that easy to transmit, and is only viable under very specific circumstances.  In the case of sexual activity, that means unprotected penetrative intercourse.

This forum only covers HIV concerns, but you can ask about STDs here: https://www.medhelp.org/forums/STDs-STIs/show/98
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3191940 tn?1447268717
The only risks for HIV in adults are:
1) Having unprotected anal or vaginal sex, or
2) sharing intravenous needles with IV drug users.

There isn't any other situation that you can think of, including the ones that you mentioned, that would put you at risk for HIV. Sexually, HIV requires penetration in order to infect.  You didn't have an HIV risk from this incident.
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Thank you for your prompt and detailed response.
So, even if he did have pre-seminal fluid that came in contact with the skin on my glutes, it wouldn’t matter in this case because it’s not via penetration?

Do I need to test for other STDs as well based on the exposure risk?
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