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omgxitshannah
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My and my boyfriend were making out the other night. Things got heated. We were both fully clothed (him wearing a top and underwear and jeans, I was wearing a top, panties and jeans). He was on top of me. I'm nearly 100% positive that he didn't ejaculate. The furthest he went was rubbing my vagina with his hand on the outside of my jeans and panties. When I took off my pants and underwear later on that night, I noticed that there was a huge wet spot on the inside of my underwear, there was no wetness on the outside of them or on my jeans that I was wearing at the time of the dry humping... So the wet must have been discharge from me. I was just wondering if sperm can swim though clothing, and if there is risk of pregnancy from dry humping while fully clothed. I'm really scared bc I never intended for any of this to happen, and I just need someone to ease my mind.
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eryn_smiles
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Hello [Smile] . No, there is no viable pregnancy or STI (infection) risk from dry sex while fully clothed. The wetness on your underwear was likely your own vaginal discharge and sperm cannot swim through clothing.

You mentioned that you never intended for any of this to happen- Did everything that happened happen with your full consent? Would you like more information about consent, birth control, safe sex, communicating about sex or anything else?

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