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adrian
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Hi there,

I have a few questions regarding the proper use of condom. The scenarios is that my gf and i wants to have intercourse more than once a night. After which i cum the first time in the condom, how do i clean myself up to make sure she is safe of any "leftover" sperm that might be on my pubic hair or penis area? Or i have no need to clean myself up and just put on the new condom straight away?

Is it safe to just toss away the condom without washing myself up and sleeping in the same bed as my gf after intercourse?

Lastly, if i were to masturbate first before our intercourse, would it be safe as there will be sperm around my penis?

Thank you in advance!

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Adrian

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Karybu
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As long as you're wearing a condom for all genital contact, there's no need to worry about "leftover" sperm on your penis, because it will always be covered by a condom. And, if you remove the condom properly, there won't be any sperm on your pubic hair - condoms keep all the ejaculate contained, so unless that spills out somehow, there's no way for any to get as far as your pubic hair.

It's also perfectly fine to sleep next to your girlfriend after removing a condom without washing yourself; sleeping next to someone doesn't usually involve any direct contact between genitals. The same goes for masturbation before your have any kind of sex: as long as you wear a condom for intercourse, you're fine.

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adrian
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Wouldnt there be a slightest possible of genital contact when we sleep and cuddle together? Given that both are not wearing anything. Sorry for having so many questions

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Adrian

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Heather
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That's really not something you need to worry about. If you are, one of you wearing some kind of pajama bottom takes care of that.

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adrian
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thanks a lot.. appreciate it.

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Adrian

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