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HIV Risk Assessment

I would like to ask about HIV risk assessment. I had an encounter with Hispanic cross-dresser (HIV status unknown). We kissed (French kiss and open mouth). I received unprotected oral with deep-throat. I gave him unprotected oral for very few moments. I ejaculated in his mouth while I was deep in his mouth. I fingered him while he ejaculated (no visible cuts in my finger). Later, we got excited, I put the tip of my penis against his anus while he was on his 4. I am not sure if the tip on my penis (I am circumcised) entered his anus or not, but if it happened it was for very brief moments because I struggled to enter. What are the chances HIV is transmitted to me from such encounter? Thank you
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Nothing you did presents a risk for HIV.  This is good news, right?  The only things that pose a risk for adults is to have unprotected and penetrating vaginal or anal intercourse or sharing IV drug needles.  Saliva and air inactivate the virus. So, kissing, unprotected oral with deep throat and touching a penis to an anus all would be no risk activities and do  not require any testing.
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Thank you GuitarRox. Your definitive answer eases my mind. Out of curiosity, why penis and urethra hitting the back of his throat is not a risk? I can't, of course, imagine how fast the virus moves, but would not the back throat if scratched or irritated his blood there might transfer the HIV virus to me through the urethra while receiving oral or ejaculating?
Air and saliva inactivate the virus.  In the history of HIV which is now over 40 years, there is not a single documented and proven case in which HIV has come about from oral sex.  You will not get HIV from this activity.  
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