Although receptive anal sex (bottoming) is much riskier for getting HIV than insertive anal sex (topping), it’s possible for either partner—the top or the bottom—to get HIV.
The bottom’s risk is very high because the lining of the rectum is thin and may allow HIV to enter the body during anal sex.
“The lady put me in the bathroom and was about to kill me in the bathroom without anybody finding out, she would have thrown my body out like rubbish, so instead of staying there, I went to save myself and then I fell,” she said, according to local media reports.
The footage shows the maid gripping the balcony and crying, “Hold me, hold me,” but her Kuwaiti boss just replies, “Crazy, come,” before the woman’s hand slips and she falls, landing on a metal awning not far from the ground.
“Why are you recording me,” she yells, while punching the man’s seats. ” After he tells the passenger that she can “make up whatever lies [she] wants,” the woman eventually gets out of the car and leaves.