The image is not very clear but it does show that the lesions
are clustered together, they are slightly red to skin
colored, they are raised, slightly irregular, no pus and they do not ulcerate.
For this type of skin condition with a history of sexual contact, primary differentials will be warts, molluscum contangiosum, and folliculitis. I still consider genital warts here because of the irregularly shaped lesions. They also appear to have rough edges (am I correct?) .