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NervousWreck
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Hello Scarleteen. I have a question about a possible risk. I had given my boyfriend a handjob and he ejaculated into a tissue. He wiped off his penis and put it away. About 10 mins later, things got heated up again and I had began rubbing his penis. A couple of minutes after, I started rubbing my clitoris with the same hand I used to rub his penis, however ontop of my panties. I'm worried that if there was possibly any semen or pre-ejaculate on his penis, it could possibly be transferred to my vulva from what was described. I'm very worried. [Frown]
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BrightStar171
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Hi- Scarleteen isn't answering pregnancy risk assessment questions right now. To find out why- and to find the answer to your question- check out this link: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/10/t/002451.html
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