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This is embarrassing to say but i had a fight with my boyfriend and when we made up we did some bonding moment mean-less to say its got sexual. And my question is that if you grind with clothes on and also if you were giving a bj and u touched it and later around at least 15 or more minutes u touched you self like in in but just around the clitoris n labia , it also happened again today but i washed my hand with nail polish remover and alcohal will that kill all the sperm on my hands ?
Thank for the reply and ur time .

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Let me say first, using nail polish remover to wash your hands isn't such a super idea. It's got other ingredients in it that can cause your skin to dry out fairly quickly. You can wash them with regular old soap and water and it'll kill any sperm just fine. There's not a risk in what you're describing.

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