A Few Questions as a Newcomer

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    21 year old virgin here looking to make the first go of it here at the Sauna after reading so much on here for the last year or so. I have a few questions if anyone could help me answer them?

    What do people do for safe sex here? How do I know someone is STI free etc.

    I’ve seen posts about putting your key around your ankle to show you’re a bottom but what other ways to you initiate with people?

    What is the place like, how do you get around? What is in it? Where should I start?

    As someone looking to ‘meet’ a lot of guys, would it be best going Monday afternoon and if so is anyone else thinking of going?

    If you reply I’d absolutely let you shag me x


    Just a quick response, I found my bi/curious side when I was 59 now 62, first time like anybody nervous getting through the entrance, the place was a lot smaller, when in the sauna, there was little bit of action but I left it at that and had a walk about, it’s a lot bigger now and you can wander about as much as you like, They have special offers for under 30, so it could be a good time to go, the down size is your may get followed around by the older ones looking for fun etc, bruno is no, condoms and lube are in the private areas,play area and cinema rooms, I enjoy giving and receiving oral and stroking and kissing balls etc non kissing and a anal virgin, I am a top, 6″ hard.


    There’s condoms available in all the rooms so safe sex isn’t too difficult. The place is spread over 3 floors with the rooms for fooling about mainly in the first and second floor. You get a towel to wear and a key for a locker to put your belongings in. If you make direct sustained eye contact with somebody they’ll take it as you being interested in them so be careful of where you look. Guys are like to touch you and rub against you as the walk past them so don’t be alarmed by that. Take your time get the feel for the place and enjoy yourself. Just remember you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to or with anybody you don’t like. Saying “no thanks” is perfectly acceptable

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