1. Some people find anal play enjoyable and are turned on by it, others aren't interested. There's no way to know without trying it (if that's something everyone involved is okay with and wants to do).
2. Fingering with pre-ejaculate doesn't present any significant risk of pregnancy, whether those fingers come in contact with the genitals or the anus. There needs to be direct genital contact or direct contact between fresh semen and the vulva for a viable pregnancy risk to exist.
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Thanks, i was embaressed to ask this. The first one was an akward moment between us because he thought it was my vaginal opening and i laughed. And as for the second one i actually don't think he had pre-ejaculate on his hand but he touched his penis while he was instructing me how to do the hand job and then he let me do it and he slid his hand in my pants to touch my bottom wanting to work his fingets on my vulva but ended up touching my anus. But his other fingers did slightly touch the vulva region.
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