Hello. So I was laying on my stomach and my boyfriend got on top of me like straddling me and placed his bare penis up against my anus he never went in or even pressed very hard and he never touched my vagina but I was just wondering if his pre cum could have gotten into my vagina and if since he just touched me briefly and his penis seemed pretty dry would this be basically the same risk as pre cum on his hand because his penis never touched my vagina and it was literally maybe 10 seconds tops we never did anything else at all. He urinated before this and we hadn't done anything for three days I'm just really worried
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Hi Haley, and welcome to Scarleteen. We're so sorry that your post was missed until now.
Bare penis to anus contact is a possible pregnancy risk, but it's a very small one. If you and your boyfriend want to have this kind of contact, we strongly recommend using a condom for all genital to genital contact, to reduce the risk of pregnancy and the chance of passing on any STIs.
Do you feel like you need any information on what kinds of contact have pregnancy risks, or how to get or use condoms? Do you feel happy and comfortable with the kinds of sexual contact you and your boyfriend have? We'd be very happy to give you any information you need, and to talk with you about anything else you'd like.
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