My boyfriend and I were having "dry sex." I was on top of him rubbing against him, but there was no insertion. He came, but I sat on top of him for maybe two more minutes kissing him before I got off of him.
Before I took the condom off I noticed there was a little wetness at the base of his shaft. It felt like it was just lubricant (I put some on the inside and outside of the condom. But, then I looked at the condom and noticed some white stuff was more toward the lower area of the shaft inside the condom.
I am concerned that some semen may have leaked out and gotten on my genitals, and that this might cause pregnancy. I have checked out your sheet on "whats the risk" but I still thought I would ask.
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It wouldn't, really. "Dry" sex means a kind of sex where there is NOT direct skin-to-skin contact or the possibility of any fluid sharing. When people are naked and rubbing their genitals together, the risks are much more like those of intercourse than those of dry sex.
That said, you did use a condom for this, and condoms don't tend to leak the way you're describing. If the condom was on for all of that contact, and did not break (when they do, they tend to look like a popped balloon) or slip off his penis, then your level of pregnancy and STI risks would be low.
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