Shortly after leaving my last relationship, I started talking to a girl I had sexted and casually talked to for a couple of months over the last few years in between me dating other people. I'm definitely taking a relationship break for awhile, but it was nice to have someone to talk to. I visited her over the weekend, and we ended up in bed together (perhaps unexpected, but not at all unwelcome). Due to circumstances beyond either of our control, all we did was touch each other (fingering and a handjob). She was going to give me a blowjob, but I wasn't up for it at the time. One of the reasons is that I want for us to get tested before we did anything with more risks (I worry about everything, and this would be something less to worry about).
I do need to bring this up with her sometime, although I'm sure if she hasn't been tested recently, she seems as if she would be understanding and willing to do so. That only leaves me. I was tested a few years ago, in between I messed around with a few people, I only engaged in higher-risk behaviors with my ex-girlfriend, who assured me she had gotten tested after every partner she had. So I would also like to get tested along with my new FWB. That leaves some issues, though.
I have no current doctor where I live now. Fortunately, there are two health centers (including a Planned Parenthood) nearby that offer STI/STD testing. One of the main issues is insurance. I am still on my parents insurance, probably until the end of the year when I graduate and get a full-time job. Insurance isn't the problem, however, it's the fact that its my parents insurance. Meaning all the claims, whether they are covered or require a copay, will go to them. They're quite religious, and (especially my father) very right-wing, so having a claim from Planned Parenthood would undoubtedly not go well. And the other place (some state health place), I would still not have a good reason. They ask too many questions.
Part of me just wants to go through with it, and tell them there's nothing to be worried about, and it's none of their business. Which it isn't. I know I need to get this done, but I'm just not sure how to go about it.
Enemy to those who make him an enemy; friend to those who have no friends.