Preventing HIV Transmission – HMC - Hiv from mutual masturbation

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Is not passed on through. HIV is not passed on through mutual masturbation such as fingering or hand-jobs​. HIV cannot be passed on through saliva, sweat or urine, because these bodily.

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By Mikagore - 02:09
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