Welcome back to the forum.
In one of your previous threads, Dr. Hook informed you that receiving oral sex carried little or no risk for catching HIV. The reason is that the mouth is rarely a source for HIV transmission. For that reason, kissing also is not risky. There has never been a proved (or to my awareness, even suspected) case of HIV transmitted by kissing. Billions of kisses have occurred between HIV infected and uninfected persons, and it's also obvious that millions and millions of those occurred among people with chapped or dry lips -- and yet no known transmissions of HIV. Among other things, saliva kills HIV and is rarely if ever a source of infection. Further, the chance any particular random female has HIV -- whether Asian or any other ethnicity -- is very low. For those resons, this was a zero risk event.
This is the third question you have asked about exposures that almost everybody knows are entirely free of HIV risk. Here is all you need to know to avoid HIV for your entire life: 1) Have only safe sex, i.e. a mutually monogamous partner and/or consistent condom use for vaginal or anal sex in non-monogamous settings; and 2) do not share drug injection equipment with other people. That's all. No worries ever about mutual masturbation, kissing, oral sex, or exposure to HIV in the environment. So never again any need to ask about such things, right?
Please note the forum does not permit
repeated questions on the same topic or types of exposure. This will have to be your
last one; future new questions from you along these lines will be deleted without reply and without
refund of the posting fee. This policy is based on
compassion, not criticism, and is designed to reduce temptations to keep paying
for questions with obvious answers. In addition, experience shows that
continued answers tend to prolong users' anxieties rather than reducing them.
Finally, such questions have little educational value for other users, one of
the forum's main purposes. I trust you will understand.
Best wishes and stay safe-- HHH, MD