I believe you had a lengthy discussion in the HIV forum that clearly told you that you never had a risk for HIV, so I'm sorry you were stressed about that. That is no risk and please stop asking or worrying about that, you've asked enough and have a negative test. However, genital herpes can be a possibility from genital rubbing. Oral to some extent but that would be the very rare situation of HSV 1 (oral herpes, herpes of the mouth) passing to the genitals (which would not be a genital herpes, or HSV 2 transmission). That's rare, HSV 1 transferring to the genitals. Rubbing would be if the other person has HSV 2 and passed it to you through skin to skin contact. WHO visually inspected any lesions you had and said it looks like herpes (which is all they can do from looking at it, diagnosing usually requires testing? What is the next step? Surely, if this is true, they've asked you to test, correct?