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    Anthony
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    Hello,

    I am considering losing my virginity and understand the girls are regularly tested and the use of condoms are mandatory. What bothers me the most are the diseases for which a condom doesn’t always protect against like Herpes (HSV-1 & 2) and HPV due to the skin to skin contact transmission. One doesn’t even need to show symptoms of herpes and can still pass it to someone else. Is the risk very high for contracting these diseases?

    #10893

    Anonymous

    Herpes HSV 1 can be transmitted by kissing, sharing toothbrushes, using an unclean glass and eating utensils or sharing another person’s glass or eating utensils. Many Courtesans no longer kiss because of the chance of acquiring herpes from a client. DFK or deep French kissing is not approved by Sheri’s Ranch management. In addition, many Courtesans no longer kiss as a preventative measure to protect against hepatitis and tuberculosis too.

    Herpes HSV 2 can only be spread by unprotected sex. Condoms and dental dams are mandatory at Sheri’s Ranch and protects against STDs entering the body, so the chance of a client transmitting the disease to a Courtesan or vice versa is nearly non-existent. It’s a good practice to avoid rubbing your eyes during sex before washing your hands. It is recommended to shower immediately after sex with a good anti-bacterial soap and use mouthwash too. I use Hibiclens surgical scrub or Dial anti-bacterial body wash and Listerine mouthwash.

    HPV (human papillomavirus) oncogenic strain infections are transmitted through unprotected oral, vaginal or anal sex; however, condoms and dental dams are required at Sheri’s Ranch. This is the serious HPV strain that can cause cancer more than 20 years after infection, but it is virtually eliminated by the use of condoms and dental dams. A woman may be tested through a pap smear, but there is no test available for a man. It is recommended that all young people be inoculated with the HPV three injection series vaccine for about $500 as a preventative measure.

    There has never been a reported or documented case of STD transmission in a Legal Nevada Brothel! LPIN Courtesans are STD tested weekly, so they are extremely secure. This is about as close as possible to avoiding any type of STD, and it’s much safer than having sexual relations with promiscuous Ladies encountered anywhere else. The only alternative involving less risk would be living in a plastic bubble, and not having intimate contact with any other human being.

    HPV http://blog.sherisranch.com/forums/topic/hpv-human-papillomavirus/

    GFE & STDs http://blog.sherisranch.com/forums/topic/gfe/

    #10900

    Anthony
    Participant

    Firefigher,

    Thanks for the great information. You have eased my mind greatly and will make a final decision soon regarding visiting Sheri’s to lose my virginity!

    #10903

    Flint
    Participant

    firefighter, I may have asked this before but which pathogens are tested for weekly?

    #10904

    Anonymous

    Flint,
    It may be more informative to quote the Nevada infectious diseases statute regarding the minimum standards for legal prostitute STD testing; however, brothels may exceed these basic requirements. In addition, Sheri’s Ranch doesn’t approve of DFK (deep French kissing), insists on DDDATY (cunnilingus utilizing a dental dam) and condoms are mandatory for all male client sexual activities.

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    NAC 441A.777  “Sex worker” defined. (NRS 441A.120)  As used in NAC 441A.777 to 441A.815, inclusive, “sex worker” means a prostitute who is employed by or has a contract to work in a licensed house of prostitution.

    (Added to NAC by Bd. of Health by R089-10, eff. 10-15-2010)

    NAC 441A.800  Testing of sex workers; prohibition of certain persons from employment as sex worker. (NRS 441A.120)

    1.  A person seeking employment as a sex worker shall submit to the State Public Health Laboratory or a medical laboratory licensed pursuant to chapter 652 of NRS and certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services of the United States Department of Health and Human Services:

    (a) A sample of blood for a test to confirm the presence or absence of human immunodeficiency virus infection (HIV) and syphilis.

    (b) If the person is female and has a uterine cervix, a cervical specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    (c) If the person is female and does not have a uterine cervix, a high vaginal specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    (d) If the person is male or transgendered, a urethral specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    (e) If the person is seeking employment in a licensed house of prostitution which does not have a written policy that explicitly prohibits engaging in any form of anal intercourse, a rectal specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    2.  A person must not be employed as a sex worker until the State Public Health Laboratory or a medical laboratory licensed pursuant to chapter 652 of NRS and certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services of the United States Department of Health and Human Services has reported that the tests required pursuant to subsection 1 do not show the presence of infectious syphilis, gonorrhea, Chlamydia trachomatis or infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

    3.  A person employed as a sex worker shall submit to the State Public Health Laboratory or a medical laboratory licensed pursuant to chapter 652 of NRS and certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services of the United States Department of Health and Human Services:

    (a) Once each month, a sample of blood for a test to confirm the presence or absence of:

    (1) Infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); and

    (2) Syphilis.

    (b) Once each week if the sex worker is female and has a uterine cervix, a cervical specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    (c) Once each week if the sex worker is female and does not have a uterine cervix, a high vaginal specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    (d) Once each week if the sex worker is male or transgendered, a urethral specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    (e) Once each week if the sex worker is employed in a licensed house of prostitution which does not have a written policy that explicitly prohibits engaging in any form of anal intercourse, a rectal specimen for a test to confirm the presence or absence of gonorrhea and Chlamydia trachomatis by culture or antigen detection or nucleic acid testing.

    4.  If a test required pursuant to this section shows the presence of infectious syphilis, gonorrhea, Chlamydia trachomatis or infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the person shall immediately cease and desist from employment as a sex worker.

    5.  Each sample and specimen required pursuant to this section must be collected under the supervision of a licensed health care professional and must be identified by, as applicable:

    (a) The name of the sex worker from whom the sample or specimen was collected, as that name appears on the local work permit card of the sex worker; or

    (b) The name of the person from whom the sample or specimen was collected, as that name appears on the application of the person for a local work permit card.

    6.  Each laboratory test required pursuant to this section must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration of the United States Department of Health and Human Services for the purpose for which it is administered or must have been validated by a laboratory certified by the Secretary of Health and Human Services pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 263a.

    (Added to NAC by Bd. of Health, eff. 1-24-92; A by R089-10, 10-15-2010)

    NAC 441A.802  Screening and confirmatory test for human immunodeficiency virus by a medical laboratory: Requirements. (NRS 441A.120)  Upon receiving a sample of blood pursuant to NRS 201.356, a medical laboratory licensed pursuant to chapter 652 of NRS shall perform a screening and confirmatory test for exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus. The screening and confirmatory tests used by the medical laboratory must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration or the State Board of Health.

    (Added to NAC by Bd. of Health, eff. 10-22-93)

    NAC 441A.805  Use of latex or polyurethane prophylactic required. (NRS 441A.120)

    1.  A person employed as a sex worker shall require each patron to wear and use a latex or polyurethane prophylactic while the patron is engaging in any form of sexual intercourse involving the insertion of the penis into the vagina, anus or mouth of the sex worker, oral-genital contact or any touching of the sexual organs or other intimate parts of a person.

    2.  A person employed as a sex worker shall wear and use a latex or polyurethane prophylactic while the sex worker is engaging in any form of sexual intercourse involving the insertion of the penis into the vagina, anus or mouth of the patron, oral-genital contact or any touching of the sexual organs or other intimate parts of a person.

    (Added to NAC by Bd. of Health, eff. 1-24-92; A R089-10, 10-15-2010)

    NAC 441A.810  House of prostitution required to post health notice. (NRS 441A.120)  The person in charge of a licensed house of prostitution shall post a health notice provided by the Division. The cost and mounting of the notice is the responsibility of the house of prostitution. The notice must be posted in a prominent location which is readily noticeable by patrons of the establishment and is approved by the Division.

    (Added to NAC by Bd. of Health, eff. 1-24-92)

    NAC 441A.815  Person in charge of house of prostitution: Report of presence of communicable disease required; cooperation with health authority required. (NRS 441A.120)

    1.  The person in charge of a licensed house of prostitution who knows of or suspects the presence of a communicable disease within the house of prostitution shall report the disease to the health authority having jurisdiction where the house of prostitution is located.

    2.  A report of a communicable disease must be made to the health authority in accordance with the provisions set forth in NAC 441A.225.

    3.  A report must include:

    (a) The communicable disease or suspected communicable disease;

    (b) The name and the address or telephone number of the case or suspected case;

    (c) The name, address and telephone number of the person making the report;

    (d) The age, sex, race, date of birth, occupation and employer of the case or suspected case, if available;

    (e) The date of onset and the date of diagnosis of the disease; and

    (f) Any other information requested by the health authority, if available.

    4.  The person in charge of a licensed house of prostitution shall promptly cooperate with the health authority during:

    (a) The investigation of the circumstances or cause of a case or suspected case, or of an outbreak or suspected outbreak; and

    (b) The carrying out of measures for the prevention, suppression or control of a communicable disease, including procedures of exclusion, isolation and quarantine.”
    https://www.leg.state.nv.us/NAC/NAC-441A.html#NAC441ASec800

    #10909

    Flint
    Participant

    Highly comprehensive. Thanks firefighter.

    #10913

    adrenaline
    Participant

    HSV2 and HPV can be spread even with condom usage. There can be skin to skin transmission in areas not covered by the condom. For this reason, I also use surgical scrub afterwards. I use both chlorhexidine and povidone iodine.

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