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STDs survey from hobbying

STDs survey from hobbying

  • good hygiene routines but still caught minor curable STDs

    Votes: 37 26.4%
  • good hygiene routines never catch minor curable STDs

    Votes: 84 60.0%
  • did not use protection sometimes, caught incurable STDs

    Votes: 1 0.7%
  • Popcorn

    Votes: 18 12.9%

  • Total voters
    140

audio123

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For the guy who mentioned this topic...Man you can do all the DATO you want without catching diseases. Just Research on oral sex condoms. Make sure to get the extra-large sizes because some of them are annoyingly small.
Also don't go around kissing everyone because That leads to oral herpes. Often I settle for hugs instead of kisses. I don't have an Exaggerated number of girlfriendS. And I have never ever caughT AN STI.
And use gloves when you touch her down there because you can get warts and other funny things.
I still consider myself undefeated because no STI has been able to infect me. lol :)
 

Julia Sky

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Audio123 to be fair it sounds like this may just not be for you. Do you also wear gloves in your personal life? Avoid kissing? Don't get me wrong, your body, your choice, your consent matters and it's ok if you don't want to do X or Y. And I personally would actually probably be delighted if someone had gloves for my delicate flower! But it's the reasons behind that sound a bit tacky and misinformed. Do you think you have more chances of getting herpes, warts or anything because we are sex workers? Are you aware that sex workers have a lower rate of infection than civilians do?

It's all about knowing the risks (the risks being the sexual activities, NOT the fact that we are sex workers, respectfully), and choosing which ones you're willing to take, and getting tested regularly. I get tested monthly, have been doing BBBJ for years and I guess I'm still undefeated too lol.
 

djlucky7

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Not to get into a non-ending debate here but if you're worried about getting an STI, I suggest to not partake into anything uncovered. There's a lot of misinformation about how these infections occur, how they're detected and how long they stay after you've been treated. DATO is in fact a risky procedure regardless of if she/he cleaned himself 5 minutes ago.

As someone that needs to tell parents on a weekly-basis that their 14 year-old doesnt have strep but rather a severe case of oral chlam, i'm all for performing 3 site testing. Peeing in cup is not-ideal for disease control and some of these infections are opportunistic, so most of the healthy population CAN be asymptomatic until something else provokes a fever - and boom you're having a terrible breath but your penis seems fine. And not to scare people away from this hobby, but these things can take multiple round of treatment since they're getting more resistant to antibiotics(at least in laval lol).
 

djlucky7

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I am just curious how those conversations go down?
Social worker usually gets involved in this but most of them are really worried about their child's health so they follow the recommendation and treatment. People from strict religious backgrounds are the worst to deal with because not only they question the diagnostic but they also firmly think we're disrespecting them. Some even go to the extent of leaving the room without the prescription and this becomes a case of parental neglect. This is sad.
 
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sene5hos

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Most of the girls are being tested on a monthly basis.
I believe that any guys who are very active in the business should also get tested once a month.
The Indies on the site I'm sure.
The agency girls?
Girls who advertise themselves on other platforms = no
 

Redskin

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The Indies on the site I'm sure.
The agency girls?
Girls who advertise themselves on other platforms = no
Can you explain your reasoning please?
I would expect girl from agencies to be under stricter surveillance
 

Fradi

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Around the corner
The Indies on the site I'm sure.
The agency girls?
Girls who advertise themselves on other platforms = no
Why would you say something like this.
Half the indies were at one time agency girls, you think that all of a sudden turning Indy changed or developed a conscious as soon as they became Indy.
I have never been with an agency girl as I much prefer the direct contact with an Indy, but I don’t believe for one minute that working for an agency or being an Indy is a criteria for the amount of testing.
Btw, while testing is great if you want it to really be something that protects then it would have to be done minimum monthly by both SP and client, which I highly doubt is happening.
 
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sene5hos

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From what I've been told, they aren't. It's their own responsibility to get tested.
From what I understand, if the agencies do not pay for the tests.
What percentage of these girls get tested?
Maybe around 50%??
 

MCTJ

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From what I understand, if the agencies do not pay for the tests.
What percentage of these girls get tested?
Maybe around 50%??
From my discussions with some of them about the topic I would say most get tested regularly (1-3 months). The ones who have been in the business for several months or more, indy or not, tend to be more informed about STIs and hence get tested more regularly. One thing for sure, *do not* expect escort agencies to enforce any policies around testing. They don't care. It is also our responsibility as clients to get tested regularly.
 

sene5hos

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To get tested:
- every 2 weeks = ideal
- once a month = very good
- once every 3 months = much too long
- never = irresponsible, pathetic, think only of money, don't think of customers.
 

MCTJ

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To get tested:
- every 2 weeks = ideal
- once a month = very good
- once every 3 months = much too long
- never = irresponsible, pathetic, think only of money, don't
If you don't do bbfs with multiple partners (which I hope you don't!) every two weeks is not realistic. The cost and hassle would be too much vs the risk level. Everyone should speak with a healthcare professional to find the ideal testing frequency in one's situation.
 

sene5hos

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If you don't do bbfs with multiple partners (which I hope you don't!) every two weeks is not realistic. The cost and hassle would be too much vs the risk level. Everyone should speak with a healthcare professional to find the ideal testing frequency in one's situation.
Do you know any guys who ask for the BBFS?

We're talking about escorts who meet a lot of different men.

I spoke of the ideal, the ideal means very little.

I think once a month is very good.
 

MCTJ

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Do you know any guys who ask for the BBFS?

We're talking about escorts who meet a lot of different men.

I spoke of the ideal, the ideal means very little.

I think once a month is very good.
I was talking in general terms.... No I don't, but they exist!
 

transatlantic

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From my discussions with some of them about the topic I would say most get tested regularly (1-3 months). The ones who have been in the business for several months or more, indy or not, tend to be more informed about STIs and hence get tested more regularly. One thing for sure, *do not* expect escort agencies to enforce any policies around testing. They don't care. It is also our responsibility as clients to get tested regularly.
+1. Whether and how often she test is really irrelevant to the hobbyist. Any testing she does is for her benefit. If you are concern about STD and partake in the hobby, then you should be testing.
 
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TheJames101

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+1. Whether and how often she test is really irrelevant to the hobbyist. Any testing she does is for her benefit. If you are concern about STD and partake in the hobby, then you should be testing.

Not irrelevant if you prefer to see SP's who are serious about taking care of their own health.
 

transatlantic

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Not irrelevant if you prefer to see SP's who are serious about taking care of their own health.
Again it’s for her benefit not yours. Why the heck would any hobbyist even “outsource” this to the provider? That is essentially what you are doing if you are not testing yourself. You take all the downside of not catching something early.

Her testing doesn’t do you any good if she caught something from a client right after her test sample is taken and sees you a couple of days later and she doesn’t test again for another 3 months (as an example).

That’s assuming she will inform all her clients in the prior 90 days since the prior test and those clients take her call/voicemail/email. There’s no industry “code of ethics” a provider will inform all her prior clients if she receive a positive test result.

If a hobbyist is concern about catching STDs, and want to stay in the hobby, they should be testing themselves and not rely on the provider’s testing.
 
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MCTJ

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@transatlantic I get your point and I support clients getting tested (as mentioned) but it is not "irrelevant" whether she gets tested frequently or not. Statistically she will be a lower risk to you than a comparable provider who doesn't get tested and who has the same client volume.
 
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transatlantic

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@transatlantic I get your point and I support clients getting tested (as mentioned) but it is not "irrelevant" whether she gets tested frequently or not. Statistically she will be a lower risk to you than a comparable provider who doesn't get tested and who has the same client volume.
I’m not following how you can arrive at “statistically lower risk” without assuming she will not work after receiving a positive result.

There’s no code of conduct that requires provider to pause work until she finish treatment. There’s no requirement for provider to follow a regular schedule of testing either. She can say she test every month but there’s no way you can verify that either.
 
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