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beaver987
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1. As I have talked about my shower experience...penis touching my theigh while showering. I was wondering about this statement from the pregnancy scared article:

Were you only kissing, having oral sex, manual sex and/or dry sex, where everyone had clothes on and no one ejaculated on or very near anyone else's vulva? These kinds of sex do NOT present any pregnancy risks, though some can present risks of STIs.

Considering we didn't have clothes on, but nobody ejaculated, would this not be considered a risk? Also, what does ejaculating on or near the vulva mean? How close does it have to be (in a shower) for sperm to reach the vulva or vagina?

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Hi beaver987. Whether in a shower or not, being near a vulva would mean VERY near -- like on the anus or perineum.
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beaver987
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So this would not be considered a pregnancy risk even though we both did not have clothes on?

Thank you! I'll make sure to watch and only do the activities I am 100% comfortable with in the future.

Thanks again

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