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I ejecualted into my gf, and i was just wondering, when she stood up, she said most of it ran out onto her legs, doesnt that mean all the sperm just came out? I thought the cum was like energy for sperm but if it all runs out wont they all just die and she wont get pregnant???

Dont worry, shes on the pill n stuff....

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Gumdrop Girl
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totally wrong.

when semen dribbles out, theres still some clinging to the walls of her vagina. to illustrate this effect, fill a soda bottle with cooking oil. pour out the oil. there's a bunch still clinging to the bottle, right? right.

sperm are pretty good swimmers, and there are currents inside your girl's reproductive tract that make it EASIER for sperm to swim in. they help the sperm along. After all, the human body is designed to reproduce.

seriously, we strongly suggest backing up birth control pills with condoms. nothing is perfect birth control, and things do fail. but having birth control PLUS condom makes the chances of failure really really small, as in a decimal followed by several zeroes.

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