My girlfriend and I were both fully clothed (we both wore relatively thick shorts and underwear/boxers). Things got a little hot, and we dry hump each other until I ejaculated. My girlfriend continued to grind me a little bit longer for a few seconds more.
What I did not notice was that my ejaculation soaked through my boxer and short. When my girlfriend got up, her pant was also dampened/soaked with my ejaculation, although the dampened spot was on her right lower thigh.
Now, I read through the two threads in the sticky thread regarding this situation and I assess that there is no risk of pregnancy because there was no direct-to-direct genital contact OR direct semen contact with my girlfriend's vagina.
Is my assessment of the pregnancy risk accurate?
The reason why there is no pregnancy risk is because there were four layers of clothing, and the fabric absorbed most of the semen. Since the fabric absorbed most of the semen, the sperms are unable to move around or even live long away from its life anchor/hospital environment. Therefore, the dampened spot on her lower right thigh poses no pregnancy risk, especially considering it was not close to her vagina. If there was any sperm on that dampened spot, most of them would have been been dead and wouldn't have been able to travel up her right thigh regardless.
Is my understanding of the situation correct?
I would like an expert's opinion or assessment on my situation and on my understanding of this situation.
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Yes, your assessment is accurate.
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