Hand job

Hand jobs are jerking off, vaginal and anal fingering

Jerking off

Jerking off is not a physically demanding sex act.
If you have a vaginal infection or an STI, you can still jerk off (masturbate) your client. You can continue working and earning money if you want to.



Jerk off technique

Jerking off is more than just taking your client’s penis in your hand and moving your hand up and down the shaft. Vary your technique; hard, soft, slow or quick.

  • Use two hands
    With one hand, move your hand from the base of the penis to the top until you reach the head and then let go. Once you have got to the top, do the same with the other hand. Then alternate your hands, just as if you were milking. Use lubricant to make it easier.
  • Hand under the balls
    While masturbating your client, put one hand under the scrotum or press against the perineum (hyperlink: perineum). This will arouse your client.
  • Rub the head of the penis
    Just as if you were masturbating your client, move your hand up and down the penis, but as your hand reaches the head of the penis, rub the palm of your hand over it.

Safe for STI's
If you are just jerking off and nothing else, there is no risk of hiv or other STI's.

Not safe for STI's
If you finger yourself immediately after jerking off your client, there is a small risk of STI's.
STI bacteria and viruses can be transmitted via your hands from penis to vagina and vice versa.

Vaginal fingering

Women usually associate fingering with massaging and stimulating the clitoris.
Men, on the other hand, often think that they just need to insert their fingers into the vagina.


 

  • Let your client know how you want to be fingered
  • Get your client to wash his hands first
  • Use lubricants if you have a dry vagina.

Safe for STI's
If you are being fingered and the client does nothing to himself, there is no risk of hiv or other STI's.

Not safe for STI's
If your client jerks off first and then uses the same hand to finger you immediately afterwards, there is a small risk of STI's.
STI bacteria and viruses can be transmitted via your hands from penis to vagina and vice versa.

 

Anal fingering

You can anally finger your client or your client can annually finger you. Or both.

If you are doing the fingering:

  • Clean the anus and surrounding area
  • Use a finger condom and a lubricant if necessary
  • Massage the prostate with one or two fingers. This will make your client come more quickly
  • Be aware of piles.






If you are being anally fingered:

  • Let your client know how you want to be fingered, how many fingers
  • Make sure that you are clean
  • Rinse your anus beforehand if necessary
  • Get your client to wash his hands first
  • Get your client to use a finger condom and a lubricant if necessary.

Safe for STI's
If you are being anally fingered and the client does nothing to himself, there is no risk of hiv or other STI's.

Make sure that your client doesn’t anally finger you first and then uses the same fingers to finger you vaginally. Bacteria in the anus can enter your vagina and cause infections.

Not safe for STI's
If your client jerks off first and then uses the same hand to anally finger you immediately afterwards, there is a small risk of STI's.
STI bacteria and viruses can be transmitted via your hands from penis to vagina and vice versa.

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