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24Brown
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About two days ago my boyfriend and I were spooning, humping, having dry sex,...whatever you want to call it, for about 20 min.
He was naked. I had my pants and underwear on. He never ejaculated.
Could precum from his bare penis have gone through my pants and underwear? We were going pretty hard...
I'm on my period too so I don't know if that makes a difference.
Is there any risk???
Just curious..thanks

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Robin Lee
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Since you were wearing clothing, there is no risk. Pregnancy risks occur when the genitals rubbing together are both bare.

Take a look at this article for more information on what is and isn't a pregnancy risk.

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24Brown
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Thanks [Smile]
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