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Sorry about this being a random question, but I was just really curious. I mentioned in a post before about accidently touching the bottom of my boyfriend's penis. I don't remember feeling any pre-cum or anything. I didn't even realize I touched him. So my question is, what does pre-cum exactly feel like? Would you know if you had it on your hand? Is it really stretchy like female ejaculation?

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Female ejaculate actually isn't usually stretchy, but very fluid, like water or urine.

But cervical fluid during and around ovulation is kind of stretchy and clear-ish like egg white, and pre-ejaculate is a whole lot like that.

It's a very, very small amount of fluid most of the time, so you might not know you had it on your hand, but it wouldn't be a big deal if you did, really. That kind of indirect contact can't create a pregnancy, especially with pre-ejaculate, so the only real risk it poses is with STIs. But those risks would exist regardless if you're not washing hands between touching someone else's genitals and then touching your own.

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