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Soapy / Oily Massage risk of catching any STD?

For those of you who do not know a soapy or an oily is, it is a type of massage offered mainly in Thailand, it consists of two women using their completely naked bodies to massage another person.  Which means there will definitely be some momentary contact between a man's penis and the woman's vagina but generally no penetration without a condom.  However, the condom will not be worn until after the ladies wash off all the soap or oil off the body, then perhaps other activities will begin.

My question is what are the risks of catching any type of STD by engaging in such massage?  (Any meaning HIV, Herpes, Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, HPV or any others? In addition what about Hepatitis or a some sort of urinary tract infection?)  

What if the lady has syphilis and we did not know it and rubs the sore on our body somewhere?  The same for Herpes?

I'd like to put this question to rest for anyone who might be considering to engage in such massage as their is very limited information available.
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