first of all just wanted to say you guys are doing a good thing with this website i recently spent some time with my girlfriend, and we fooled around a bit, we didn't have sex. anyways, i was just concerned because we got a little to close to each other (we both had clothes on) and when i got up i looked at my jeans and i had a really damp spot on my jeans from pre-cum. so i was wondering what are the risks of pregnancy from this if my damp pants had contact with her underwear? i don't really know if the wetness could have gone through enough. her underwear eventually came off later, and i can't remember if my damp jeans had touched her genitals but if they did, what are the risks of pregnancy then? im pretty sure they didn't touch her genitals since im very careful whenever im around her when she is naked, so contact was probably very unlikely, but i would still like to know. her underwear came back on later and she got close again to the damp spot so i just told her to put on shorts or something just in case. well please let me know, thanks a lot
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Semen has to be swimming freely in order to survive; there's simply no way that enough fluid got through your jeans, through her panties, and defied gravity to travel into her vaginal canal and fertilize an egg.
The only reason to ever be concerned is if a substantial amount of semen or pre-ejaculatory fluid comes into direct contact with her vaginal opening.
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