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A bit concerned..Question for the ""experts""
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Anon_1276 posted:
My wife and I recently met another couple...we all ended up ""playing"" with each other...but...ONLY hand..and toy stimulation...All of us achieved orgasms...and...my question was....can you get a std from hands only (no gloves..bare hand) mutual masturbation...girl/girl..guy/guy..??? ..I ask because...I now have slight redness on the head..and slightly under the head of my penis...No pain...no secretion from it......Perhaps its just from "playing" so much....Can a "expert" ease my mind a bit..??
TIA!!
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georgiagail responded:
No, you cannot get an STD from someone masturbating you.

Were the toys "shared" between couples? If not, then no, there is no risk.

Gail
 
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CINALA replied to georgiagail's response:
No toys were "shared"...simply used on each other...never ""passed around""....So Gail...if I understand you correctly...even if the girl had "juices""...or guy had..."pre-cum"..on their hand....mutual masturbation is a safe practice..??
 
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georgiagail replied to CINALA's response:
Yes, simply getting vaginal fluids or precum on hands only is not a risk for STD transmission (assuming this couple even had any STD).

Gail
 
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CINALA replied to georgiagail's response:
Thanks Gail for your input and response !!


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