hello , i saw here that u told a guy that Skin contact with genital moisture doesn't carry much risk, certainly not for HIV guy that wat u mean by that i mean in dry sex
u mean that aids cant be of a dry sex?
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1318465 tn?1614894302

If by dry sex you mean that you are completely cloth then, there is zero risk for all STDs, this includes HIV.

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thanks 1 more quetion look here anyone tell that he was with his gf and was in underwear them both and look : I had what I would call, dry sex. I had my cordoroid shorts on and a the women had her underwear on. She was on the top and rubing. I my shorts on and no underwear on and I was rubbing as well. When she had her orgasm, she is a women who shoots out her vaginal *** or whatever you want to call it when she has a orgasim, that was a first time I have ever seen that. Her Vaginal fluid penitrated though the shorts, while we were having that dry sex and she had two orgasms. When I went to the bathroom, I saw that the shorts were wet on both sides and I didn't have a orgasm, so it was all hers. My pinus seemed dry, so do you believe that I could be possible  be  infected with the hiv virus. I have been worried obout this. This incedent took place on 10-19-04 in the late night and the only symtom I have had is that two times in the morning I had diareah, the rest of the day was normal. I am worried that the shorts could have irritated the skin and her fluids might have gotton in by there or by the inside if the pinus. Like I said, the only thing I saw that was wet was the shorts.

then d.r answered : Skin contact with genital moisture doesn't carry much risk, certainly not for HIV.  Conceivably herpes and HPV might be transmitted, but even those are low risk.  I don't recommend getting tested for anything unless symptoms show up.

so that means that it can be aids in dry sex?! they werent naked!
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At no time were you ever at risk of contracting HIV.
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