Scenario: Went to strip club where i received a nude lap dance (i was clothed -- jeans and a short sleeve t-shirt). She was rubbing her vagina with her hand for a portion of the lap dance as well as grinding against my jeans. My jeans felt a tad bit wet from her after. Also, her hand that she was rubbing her vagina with touched my arm. With my hands I touched her butt, boobs/nipples and legs. I did not touch her private parts.
Question: Is it possible to get an STD, Herpes or warts on my arm from her hand touching my arm or can i get those on my hands from touching her boobs/nipples, legs and butt?
There is no realistic chance of you acquiring any STD of any sort from this exposure. STDs are spread through penetrative sex, not rubbing. that your clothing may have gotten wet from her genital secretions does not change this. Herpes is just not a concern. Further, the infections such as HPV specifically tend to infect genital skin so touching or rubbing the skin on your arm does not put you at risk. You have no reason for concern and do not need testing related to this exposure. EWH
thanks for your timely feedback. is it fair to assume that when you said i am not at risk for HPV on the arm (since i was wearing a short sleeve shirt) that this would apply to Herpes as well from a "not at risk" perspective?
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