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Hi. My boyfriend and I have engaged in heavy making out and frottage and we would like to try giving him a hand job. Is it safe to use an unfragranced body lotion on the penis for a hand job? I am aware that hand cream is not a safe substitute for lubricant for vaginal intercourse due to risk for infection and damage to a latex condom. In this instance, the hand job is not foreplay to vaginal intercourse, so the question is if body lotion is safe to apply to the penis. Or would it be safer to moisturize my own hands with hand cream and not apply it to his penis directly? Thanks.
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That is totally safe to use for a penis if you are not going to be having intercourse. [Smile]

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