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Can sperm get through 2 layers of fabric? AND could i have a pregnancy risk if i was sitting on my bf's stomach and his penis was touching my butt...( never touched my vagina) I'm pretty sure that he was dry no precum, he then touched my butt and i'm 99% sure that his hands were dry...a few minutes later he touched my vagina...any risk? I think I'm freaking out about nothing. How likely is it to get pregnant without having vaginal intercourse. Pleas help
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No, sperm cannot get through two layers of fabric.

And I don't see a risk here (of pregnancy or STIs) with your other scenario, either, unless by your butt, you mean between your nude buttocks, or on your perineum.

Pregnancy pretty much ALWAYS happens ONLY when we're talking about DIRECT genital contact: from vaginal or anal intercourse, or from two people of the opposite sex rubbing their genitals together unprotected.

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