First of all, sorry for my bad English. English is not my main language here.
So yesterday I've drysex with my girlfriend. I was wearing an underwear and she was wearing a very thin underwear.
I saw some precum on my underwear (visible from outside of my underwear) while I was dry humping. But im not sure there is any precum on her underwear. I've masturbated before and didn't urinate at all.
My questions is :
1. Can she gets pregnant this way ? 2. If there're some precum on her underwear, can she gets pregnant ? 3. Is it "Normal" for people who are on my age (17 years old) doing this kind of sex ? What is the "Limit" and how normal it is? I'm feeling guilty and regret about what we've done although we didn't have a penetration sex and she is still virgin.
Your reply is very useful for me, I'm very scared right now
Hi JackSnoopy, and sorry that you've had to wait a little.
As Robin said above, when someone is wearing clothes, including underwear, even thin underwear , there's no risk of pregnancy.
If a person puts their penis on someone's vulva or vagina, there is a risk of pregnancy, whether they think there is pre-ejaculate there or not. If you're concerned about fingers, for example, putting pre-ejaculate on the vulva or vagina: that's not a way that pregnancy happens.
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