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I am new to the scene and my only concern is catching an STD from an escort. I intend to play safe, but don't want to make an escort wear a condom while I suck his cock. I would also love to kiss the right guy and realize STD's can be transmitted through kissing.

 

How much can I rely on an escort to be upfront with me about their disease status at the time I connect with them. In addition, if the escort should realize they have a STD after we have gottend together, and they honestly didn't know about the disease before our meeting, is it safe for me to assume the escort will call and let me know so I can at least get checked out by an M.D.?

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This has been answered, most recently in several questions further down this conference, concerning HIV status, which I would suggest that you and any other interested client OR escort check out. Here are some quick, summary thoughts:

 

1. People lie. Whether they are escorts, clients or just someone you meet under ANY circumstances, you have no basis other than your own belief, that someone is telling you the truth. If HIV status or STD prevention is a major concern to you, you should make sure you are well educated, decide what, if any risks you are willing to undertake and then act the exact same way with every single sexual partner you have irrespective of what that person may or may not tell you. An HIV test result, as with any other blood work for STDs or any other reason, is but a snap shot in time and tells you what the status was of the person when the test was performed, which may have been that morning, two weeks or six months ago.

 

2. There is no such thing as safe sex unless you are celibate. What you can engage in is RISK reduction, or SAFER SEX.

 

Please do not take this the wrong way, but the fact that you think an STD make be conveyed through kissing makes me feel that you need to spend some time and effort educating yourself on both HIV risk reduction/prevention and STDs generally. The only STD which you would be at risk for merely by kissing are cold sores. You could catch a cold sore by kissing a maiden aunt or a any male or female relative of any sexual experience.

 

To quote the Center for Disease Control:

 

Being touched, hugged, or lightly kissed by someone who is HIV positive will no transfer the virus to you. As long as you practice the prevention behaviors below, you have virtually no risk of contracting the virus.

 

The CDC and some researchers believe that the virus can be transferred through DEEP kissing. However, many researchers have shown that the virus is very delicate and that agents which exist naturally in our salavia, which form one of the protective barriers against bacteria and other infectious agents, have proven to be an effective means of viral control with HIV. Presently, there are scientific studies underway to investigate the use of these agents as a possible means to control the spread of the disease in the subsahara and other parts of the developing third world.

 

In the abundance of caution, if you do not wish to kiss at all, there are other activities you can engage in and the CDC does specifically consider CLOSE-MOUTHED kissing to be SAFER SEX activities.

 

Good web sites for you to check out include:

 

http://www.hookonline.org/res/health/stdguide.htm

 

http://www.aegis.com/

 

Good luck to you and again, please do not take offense. You owe it to yourself to be informed so that you can make good informed decisions for yourself and accept responsibility for the choices you make!

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What about the other way round? I a potential client have had genital warts once in the past. If you are up on std's you know it is caused by a virus HPV which stays in the skin for the rest of your life. You also know it can be spread by skin-to-skin contact and that condoms offer minimal protection against it. You also know it is among the most common std's.

 

I disclose to all my sex partners, bodyworkers and masseurs that I have had genital warts in the past. As you no doubt know, this puts me in a really, really tiny minority. After I tell them, some people decide not to have sex with me, some don't care and some respond that they've had it. In one case, the guy responded that he thought he had it right then.

 

I want to give escorts the same respect I give others who might potentially come in contact with my body. So the question is, how do I go about disclosing this with a potential escort? I presume I need to do this at phone conversation time, but how?

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RE: An Escort Answers

 

Well said Franco....time to take a little time and educate yourself with the tools and the truths that Franco speaks...this is what this space is about....

 

thanks franco and poster I just came across this thread and it re energized me about the true importance of this site and the benefit it provides those not jaded by life....

 

later<smile>

 

CJ

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How much can you rely on ANYONE you have sex with to be completely honest with you? There is no official code of conduct for escorts, no one is going to take away his license to fuck if he lies to you, and you probably can't sue him if he gives you an STD. As Franco says, you need to educate yourself about the risks, decide which ones you are willing to take, and hope that the escort who turns you on also has some integrity. Escorts who regularly receive good reviews as well as recommendations in this forum are probably your best bets, but nothing is ever guaranteed where sexual services are concerned.

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