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I have a question about sexually transmitted diseases. Hi, I'm so relieved I found your website. This past year I've had encounters with 3 different guys (boyfriends) and I've been intimate with all three. Technically I'm still a virgin, but whenever we get intimate, I always allow then to place their penises in that area for stimulation. (We'd both be naked and doing a grind without the penetration.) Since I'm wet down there, is there a chance that I could have contracted HIV or something else even though there was no penetration? They'd usually use a condom so that no cum falls on me but there have been other times when they may not have yet but still had some pre-cum.


Any time you mess with another person's fluids there is always a risk that you'll get one or many sexually transmitted diseases or STD's. In your case however, the risk seems quite low. The way that you can contract HIV is when another person's fluids (the exception being sweat and tears) comes into contact with any area of your body that allows the virus to quickly enter your bloodstream. Most often this would be from a mucous membrane or an open cut/sore.

When it comes to condoms, using them "sometimes" or "usually" is effectively as bad as "never." Your sexual health and life is at risk when you are not safe with sex. The best solution with condoms is to just use them every time to decrease your risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease that may be deadly.












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