Anonymous
Dear Team

Thanks for very quick response as below on my previous question

My question-
I got 2 lap dances from same woman between 19-25 Sept (apx 10-40 minutes ). During both lap dances there was dry humping where I was stroking from back(with woman having her lap dance strings(underwear) and I in under wear as well as pants)for quite some time.I was fully clothed and wore shirt, underpants & jeans on 1st occasion and shirt, under pant and formal pant on second occasion.

The woman who provided lap dance was in lap dance strings but bare breasts. At both occasions I ejaculated in my underwear. There were no visible strains on outer portion of my full pants. There was no kissing, oral sex or any penetration during both incidents. It involved only touching breasts, arms. No direct touching of genital parts involved(except stroking as stated above).I checked my pants both times and there was no wetness on my pants on groin area.I would like to know if there is any possibility of HIV infection and other STDs(including Herpes).

The response is as below-Thank you for posting on the AIDS Vancouver Helpline Forum.There was definitely no way for HIV transmission through touching. Skin is a great barrier for HIV transmission. There needs to be an HIV-borne fluid exchanged and directly entered into the bloodstream for any HIV transmission to occur.
However since we are more well informed about HIV than other STIs, I will provide you with a link that would be helpful with the details of other STIs and their methods of transmission: http://smartsexresource.com/

My queries are-I mentioned there was dry humping both times with cloths on and I ejaculated in my under wears. Can you please clarify risk with these aspects.
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Anonymous
Hi there,

Thanks for writing back.

The short answer is that no, there is no risk associated with this activity. Zero. For transmission to occur, you need body fluids containing HIV (i.e. semen, blood, vaginal fluids) to enter YOUR bloodstream through an activity like unprotected anal/vaginal sex to occur. HIV transmission cannot occur through clothing, whether or not you ejaculated.

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask

All the best

Maggie

AIDS Vancouver Volunteer
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