Thank you Gail for you help and support , after this clear answer I need to stop my fears. Actually you words about punishment and gelt are exactly what is in my mine. Thank you Gail again and againView Thread
I am still waiting for your answer please , I cant give up thinkink and thinking of this I am losing my mine, maybe you think I am crazy , but still I I am very scared , what shall I do to get relaxed of this situation. Please I need more helpView Thread
Are you still there Gail, please explaine to me, what if she was Hiv and a little of her blood contacted the condom from inside by her fingures still I am at no risk, please Gail I am crying right now and think that god will not let me escape of what I did, please someone help me.View Thread
I went with a woman which I dontknow her HIV status , and I discovered that she is at her period, she used some tisuues to cover her bleeding, so we did not have sex. Instead she played with my organ with a condom and I cum inside the condome, My quistion is: she touched herself but I did not see any blod on her hands , may be non visable blod or a touch of blod was on her hands, but when she placed the condom on me she touched the inside surface of the condom with her fingures and then placed it on my organ, to what extent did this action put me in HIV risk assuming the worse case that she was hiv+? please answer me coause I am very scared.View Thread
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