Sexwork Cyber Resource Center || >The Risks of “fingering”  a dancer, escort or massage worker

Sexwork Cyber Resource Center || >The Risks of "fingering"  a dancer, escort or massage worker

Hello. I went to an erotic massage yesterday and fingered the vagina of the masseuse with my index finger for about 2 minutes. Although it is natural for preteens and teens to experiment there’s no doubt that there are many factors to consider. If you are not having anal sex, still be aware of any sores or cuts you have which may be exposed to your partner’s semen. men are just as bad, but I don’t go to clubs in the U.S. My question is, can you get chlamydia, gonorrhea, or something else through fingering/rimming, or could it just be my rectum’s reaction to the heavy “use” it had to experience? I also felt uncomfortable with my mouth when I eat spicy foods, I felt itchiness in my mouth at that time.

Bacterial vaginosis will often cause a thin, milky discharge from the vagina that may have a “fishy” odor. Other STDs… You have to remember you use your hands for everything and may have minor cuts or abrasions under your finger nails, and could contract something (slim chance),your skin has a bacteria killing enzyme called lysozyme, which kills most bacteria in conjunction with the acids from sweat. The risk of contracting HIV is less with receiving oral sex than many other sexual activities, but it is still present. We’ve seen that the people getting these stds are those who are having unprotected sex. In this case, oestrogen as cream or tablets can help. Herpetic whitlow is typically caused by HSV-1, the type that generally causes oral herpes.

Her areas of expertise include STDs, HIV, preventive care, public health and community planning, as well as human sexuality and women’s health. Health care workers such as dental hygienists frequently develop herpetic whitlow after caring for patients with oral herpes. Fingering and STDs Posted: 9/29/2005 7:03:26 AM It was just a general question. This infection is just one more reason to wear gloves with every single patient. Dave says, I hope sexworkers won’t resort to wearing gloves but oral herpes is very common, much more common than genital herpes, and often you don’t know you have it. You must specifically ask for many STD tests. There are men who are gentle and then there are some who tend to ‘dig for gold.’ I will let you in on a little secret..

girls hate it. Almost any question or concern about gay men’s health issues, sexually transmitted infections, abnormal Pap smears, anal cytology (anal “Pap smears”), etc. After browsing through the net and analyzing my situation, I think my risk is equal to receptive anal sex and masturbating with bodily fluids. When you touch a woman, you don’t have to plow her insides for her to feel it. It feels so much better when it is gentle touches, soft, sensual, and patient. Nails can cut a woman’s insides. After a woman is hurt there, she is then reluctant to allow hands or fingers anywhere near her sensitive areas in fear it will happen again.

——————————————————– Her later response: .. The anus has thin tissues and no natural form of lubrication which increases chances of tearing and blood, which then increases risk of transmission of any Sexually Transmitted Infection AND HIV. The girl was left so sore when she got home she was bleeding. I know that the client didn’t do it on purpose.. but in a heat of passion. And again today to someone else but this time in a different area, so hard it literally slid her across the bed. She immediately asked the client to leave.

What ends up happening here is that SP’s will refuse to have fingers in the end and then the gentle guys loose out. SP’s aren’t porno stars used to fingers being shoved in every hole and aggressively at that ——————————————————– Another provider replies: Since Kayla first posted this, I’ve had two incidents of this nature. Someone suggested that women who don’t like digital can’t cum this way — I assure you, that’s not a problem for me. One of the most headbanging orgasms I ever had was digital. This week, I’m done for anything below the waist. Yesterday I was with a very sweet gentleman who accidentally gouged me. I am now left with an actual open cut (and I have photographic evidence to prove it).

1) Are your hands clean? (well washed with antibiotic soap and nails scrubbed?) You should wash up before touching your sweetheart there — especially if you’ve been touching anything really disgusting, like money. 2) Are your nails trimmed and filed? Even when they are, you have to be very careful as that part of our bodies was never intended to have to stand up to nails. Imagine if you dug around in your nose with your finger — you’d soon have a nosebleed right? Same thing with a pussy. 3) Skin on fingers is coarser and tends to soak up natural lubrication.
Sexwork Cyber Resource Center || >The Risks of "fingering"  a dancer, escort or massage worker

Once the lube is gone, you’re virtually sandpapering her delicate parts! Don’t keep fingering if she gets dry or ask if there is some lubricant you can use (nothing petroleum based if you’re planning on using a latex condom later). How do I meet more intimacy seeking clients, and less disrespectful a$$holes? Not for nothing but one of the biggest reasons that I have been unreachable for the past week is because of a disrespectful a$$hole. I had had a kidney infection about a month ago, and I was told that they usually do take some time to go away. But if they are aggravated by additional bacteria or invaders, then these infections can come back more quickly and aggressively than before. Thankfully, my BF and I were told by my doctor said that if we were both very clean, then we could continue to have intercourse.( As long as we took it easy!) So we both scrubbed and sanitized, before and after, I doubled up on the water and cranberry juice and we were actually doing quite well!

One day, while a client and I were in session, he asked me if he could touch me “down there”. I told him that if he wanted to stop the session and go wash his hands, then we would go from there. He said that he didn’t want to stop the session, so we continued. Meanwhile, Mr. Considerate is trying to touch me there anyway, and I am practically dancing around his hands. So, of course the inevitable happened… he caught me when I wasn’t looking and shoved an unwanted finger somewhere it didn’t need to be.

I pulled of off him, scolded him severely, and he apologized, trying to play it off, as if it were an accident. (yeah, sure, pal!) I finished his session very quickly after that, and sent him on his way. About 4 days later I woke up with a horrible lower-back pain and stomach pain that just got worse and worse as the hours went by. By the end of the night I was in the Emergency Room, with the same back pain and stabbing stomach pains I was unable to eat or drink anything, and dry heaving about every twenty minutes. At the registration desk I was asked for the name of my insurance provider. I told the woman that I do not have insurance, but I do have a wonderful family practitioner that I pay in cash. I tried to give her his name and number, but she said that it wouldn’t be necessary.

He’s doing the responsable thing here”. Then they let me go home telling me that I was fine, and just a little nauseated. When I asked them why I was nauseated, the doctor said that he couldn’t find anything wrong with me. He then handed me a prescription for 500mgs of Vicodin and sent me on my way. When I got home I called my doctor, still sobbing, and he insisted that I be seen. He said that the level of abdominal pain I was feeling was not normal and not being treated was very dangerous, especially since I couldn’t even keep down water. He recommended I choose a different place this time.

So I went to yet another Emergency Room and started the whole process again. Finally, after an expensive and lengthy battery of tests, including X-rays, ultra sound, catheters, blood tests (that had to be drawn with infant needles due to the fact that my veins are so small!) and many shots of demerol (that was the best part) it was concluded that …. I had a kidney, bladder, and urinary tract infection that was also causing some stomach muscles great stress and causing them to spasm. The nausea was due to the magnitude of the infections, as well as the infections themselves. The doc lectured me about how dangerous kidney infections are, and told me that it might be a good idea if my BF and I just avoided sex altogether. I was even lectured me about how as a woman, I need to make sure that I wipe front to back.I was sent home with almost $150.00 in prescriptions. Oh yeah, I was tested for a range of STD’s and thankfully didn’t have any.

I really feel violated, and wish that I could get that badly behaved, and rude client again. Maybe I would show him how much more money this all cost me. Or how about all of the time off work? Or how about the pain and suffering. Vomiting into a bucket in front of a whole waiting room of people,(kids included) and then crying because it hurts so bad takes away a lot of your dignity, and is not my idea of a “good-time”. So anyway, where do I find the clients that will be courteous enough to be clean, gentle and respectful of your wishes? Personally, I don’t think that finding gentleman who know how to wash their hands should be that hard to find.

My BF was really a champ, and didn’t sleep a wink. He was there through the whole thing and he will be missing two days out of his next pay-check. I am STILL not working, as I still feel a little nauseated when I move alot. Hopefully, I should be able to go back to work soon. I wanted to tell my BF so bad that it really wasn’t his fault, and let him know what really happened. Somehow I knew that if I told him he would have been pretty upset. I already felt dirty enough.

I wasn’t about to make him worry about me even more. He watches what I eat now, so I am stuck eating pretty bland foods until my stomach gets back into order. You know, rice, broth, mashed potatoes, did I mention rice? Aghem…

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