Welcome back to the forum. Thanks for your continuing confidence in our services.
I scanned your previous two threads and am very glad to learn you finally were tested. I hope you learned an important lesson and that if and when you fear you might have been exposed to HIV, you get tested more promptly. There was no reason to be worried for almost three years, especially since the exposures you described carried virtually no risk.
You have answered your own question: by not practicing oral or anal sex, you will not be at risk even with partners who might have HIV and don't need to use condoms for such practices. However, if there is a chance that oral or anal sex might occur, definitely have condoms handy. Also if such contact is possible, see a doctor or clinic to discuss pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) -- i.e. taking anti HIV drugs to prevent infection, which is highly effective and widely used.
In addition, you should discuss HIV status with your partners before having sex, and avoid sex with men who have HIV (unless they are on anti-HIV treatment). Most infected persons do not lie when asked directly; and your partners will also appreciate knowing you have been tested recently and do not have HIV.
HIV continues to evolve and new strains on rare occasions are introduced into western countries from Africa. However, these are no more dangerous, no more easily transmitted, and no harder to treat or diagnose than all other HIV strains. This is nothing to be worried about.
I hope these comments are helpful. Let me know if anything isn't clear.