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someone help me with this

I need for general education and information to prevent anxiety is like last time.
My anxiety was caused by oral sex and a person ejaculate in my mouth.
People who know the subject in this website helped me saying that he had not had any risk for my event.
My question is this.
What are the real risks of contracting HIV? and some of these events conyeva at risk for HIV?
1) mutual masturbation (so the other person to touch my glans with his pre-cum)
2) rub the penis into the anus or vagina.
3) That pre-cum fall into a small wound in the body.
I would appreciate. I would like to know the true risks and also help others.
Note. if there are some people who bother my thread, ignore it and let someone friendly answer it. You may be attaching a link where and this answered my question.
Thank you so much
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1) No risk
2) INTO? or on?
3) None
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No penetration, no risk. Please listen to vance. He is a community leader here. He will not be of his answers were wrong
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ok, sorry for my English.

there has never been penetration.
as an example only rub the penis.
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IN=penitration so you can't rub IN. Means you had unprotected sex.
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sr. vance meant in the anus or vagina.

many thanks for always being attentive to all threads. if you believe in God that He bless you very much.
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