Dakmor answered Tuesday October 18 2005, 4:20 pm: Er... no... an STD is a Sexually TRANSMITTED Disease. That means it gets transmitted from one person to another. You need two people for that. No, that doesn't mean someone giving you a handjob would give you an STD. An STD is transmitted by, well, sex, hence the name. [ Dakmor's advice column | Ask Dakmor A Question ]
GDROB2 answered Tuesday October 18 2005, 3:58 pm: You absolutely 100% per cent cannot at all get an STD from this activity. There are no risks involved here. Unless you are doing this all day for hours on end there is no medical risk at all. It's a good thing you asked misinformation is far deadlier than facts. [ GDROB2's advice column | Ask GDROB2 A Question ]
pinkskyline answered Tuesday October 18 2005, 3:54 pm: Hey!
No, if you're masturbating by yourself you cannot get an STD or an STI. This can only happen if your with someone who has one and you have sexual contact.
Remember: Masturbating is natural and perfectly healthy, it's the safest sex you can have! [ pinkskyline's advice column | Ask pinkskyline A Question ]
craazylau answered Tuesday October 18 2005, 3:49 pm: If you're on your own definitely not cos you need someone else to give you a std. However if you're with someone else and you get really really close theres a tiny risk but mainly the only ways you can get std's is through oral sex or intercourse. [ craazylau's advice column | Ask craazylau A Question ]
xXxpinky615xXx answered Tuesday October 18 2005, 3:48 pm: No. Masturbation is between you and yourself. If you don't have an STD to begin with, you can't possibly get one from masturbation.
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