Anonymous
I made a mistake and got very very drunk with some friends who, at the end of the night, paid for all of us to get rooms and prostitutes. My friends told me I could do whatever I want but just don't "put it in". So I was able to control myself a bit,... When she arrived, we both took a shower and cleaned ourselves well. After drying off, I sucked on her breasts for a while, then I put on a condom and she gave me a protected blow job. She then crawled up a bit and was about to put my penis into her vagina when I asked her not to. She grabbed my penis anyway and rubbed it against her vagina and the head went in a little, the condom was still on and intact from it's appearance. Then she changed position and I played with her vagina with my hands a little, then wiped my hands against the bedsheets, removed the condom, and proceed to finish between her breasts.

I feel like I've read these forums a bit and not sure whether this was any risk or not... ? Needless to say, I feel emotionally guilty as I had swore to never mess with prostitutes, but I was really drunk and my friends paid for it and I did not want to disappoint them...
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Anonymous
Hello and thanks for reaching out to the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

It seems you want to know the risk level of the oral sex activity that you were engaged in. We are glad to provide some information.

Giving oral sex is regarded as a Low Risk activity. This activity involves an exchange of body fluids. There are a few confirmed cases of HIV infection from such activity. We recommend you consider getting an HIV test. In fact at Aids Vancouver we recommend that people use HIV testing as a regular health maintenance routine. This means getting tested once or twice a year. Besides giving you peace of mind this will also provide a chance for early intervention if it is required. [Smart Sex Resource](http://smartsexresource.com/sex-talk/protection) has got additional information that you can read on ways to protect yourself.

The Aids Vancouver Helpline Online forum has postings that are related to your question that you can read for additional information. If you have any further questions feel free to contact us again.

Thank you for contacting the AIDS Vancouver Helpline.

In health

Lawrence

AIDS Vancouver Helpline/Online

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