I am sorry to bother you but I have a few questions that only you guys can help me with
1) I have not engaged in any sexual ativity with my girlfriend in a while but the other night we were kissing each other and I think my penis grazed her pubic region for 1 or 2 seconds. I was wearing a pair of cotton pants and underwear she just had on lacy underwear. Is this anything to worry about especially since I did not come.
2) Do you think it is necessary for us to be using protection. We do not plan on having virginal intercourse before marriage, and anytime we engage in sexual activity one or both of us are wearing 2 layers of clothes. I have heard the statement no erection without protection. Does this mean that even though I am wearing clothing, underneath my underwear I should wear a condom.
Thanks very much., Your sight is the only place I can turn to to get advice on such matters.
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The situation you describe in your first question does not present a risk. In order for a pregnancy risk to occur, semen would have had to come in direct contact with your girlfriend's vulva, which just would not have happened in this situation.
To answer your second question, with two layers of clothing between you a condom is not necessary. I'm going to link you to a couple of articles outlining pregnancy risks and what sort of protection is necessary for different sexual activities. Have a read through them, and come on back if you have any more questions, okay?
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