ive been hooking up with 2 different guys in the last 2 and a half to 3 weeks. we're not involved romantically in any way, but when we're alone, we like to experiment and touch each other down there. i started with the first guy, and i was nervous, but i got over it and just had fun with it. hadnt seen him in some time so i started playing with a different guy. we started touching each other, he fingering me and i gave him a hand job. i know both of our hands are clean, but still. what are some of the risks involed? i know when he goes in to the point that makes me unconfortable, i stop him. and when we're finished, i immediately wash my hands or use hand sanitizer. is it ok to continue doing this or should i put a holt to this? i dont really know why i like to do this, i guess maybe because i want experience and want to know what to expect. what do u all think??
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You'll know better than we will whether you should put a halt to this activity. If you like casual sex [and yes, just because it's not intercourse, you are sexually active] then go for it. Be safe, though--and I don't know if you are being safe. Condoms and latex gloves are your friends, as are voicing how far you're comfortable going, and sticking to the boundaries that you've set.
As for the other part of your question, the STI Risk Sheet will tell you what kind of unprotected sexual activity puts you at risk for what kinds of diseases.
Also, unprotected/unlubed contact can lead to chafing and general unpleasantness in the area. Show your bodies some love and use a glove.
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