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Hey I'm a gay male who recently had a massage from a man where he put a lot of oil on me and fingered my behind... He then tried to penetrate me with his penis but I stopped him. It might have been partly inside but I couldn't be sure, though it wasn't anything that could be felt so it shouldn't have been too far in... He then however continued to rubb it around my behind. He never ejaculated and I rushed him to finish the massage as I got worried. I showered immediately afterwards.

Am I at risk or am I paranoid?

Side note, the night before, I remember seeing some red on the tissue paper after I no.2 because the tissue I used was rough... It wasn't bleeding or anything of course, just a scratch or omething... Does that matter?
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replied November 30th, 2016
Since there was no intercourse involved, there is no risk of any infections.


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