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My boss talked me into taking part in a risky sex game.

By Anonymous September 29, 2018 - 10:09am
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I am Lauren and I'm 22 years old. 

For the last 8 months I have been working behind the bar in my local pub. It is a good job and I enjoy chatting to the customers and they are all friendly and a laugh. My boss has a selection of around 11 regular customers that he often lets stay behind after hours for some extra drinks for an hour or two about once a week on a Friday night after we close up and I get extra pay to stay behind and serve them.

For some time now during these after hours sessions my boss had been trying to persuade me into taking part in a sex game with him and these guys that involves me taking my clothes off and letting all of them take turns to masturbate and ejaculate over my face and breasts. He says it is fun and harmless and they would all chip in and give me £150 if I took part. I had been refusing to do this until 5 weeks ago when they all started encouraging me and I ended up giving in and letting them do it.

I have done this with them every Friday since but the last two times instead of doing it on my face they've all started ejaculating in my mouth and getting me to swallow their semen. 

I know it is risky but the extra £150 is helping me pay of my credit card and they have not actually hurt me when doing this. They want to do this every Friday night and I'm more comfortable doing it now. I have had unprotected oral sex before but is there any more risk to just swallowing 12 guys semen if it stays between me and these guys and nobody else gets involved?


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Hello, Lauren.

Thank you for posting.

Semen (in itself) doesn't contain any harmful foreign ingredients and your body digests it like any other edible substance if swallowed. Much of the danger lies in the risk of infection before you swallow. Never-the-less, what you are engaging in is very risky. Though the risk of HIV transmission through oral sex is low, several factors may increase that risk, including sores in the mouth, on the penis, bleeding gums, oral contact, and the presence of other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

For all intents and purposes, these 12 men are strangers you know nothing about health-wise.



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