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I had some moisture from ejaculate on my stomach (my guy and I were dry humping with clothes on and he came and I felt some moisture seep onto me through his clothes) and I touched my stomach with my fingers. I waited a few minutes, and then a few minutes later I touched the side of my vulva, on the labia, with that same hand, but my hand was dry. That does not pose any pregnancy risk, right?
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No, there's no pregnancy risk from this. Have you seen this: yet? If not, have a read through, it should answer all your questions.

"Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing." -Arundhati Roy

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