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FireBird343
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Hi! I just have a few questions..

Now, I understand that dryhumping fully clothed cannot result in pregnancy, but for some reason I can't wrap my head around why dryhumping can't. For example, my girlfriend and I were dry humping, and I had underwear and jeans on, and she had tights and at one point her pants were off for a little bit. My jeans were on at all times and I didn't ejaculate. My worry is that pre-ejaculate soaked through my underwear and jeans and maybe reach her body. And at what point would dry humping be a potential risk?

Thanks for any replies! [Big Grin]

[ 01-21-2014, 06:14 PM: Message edited by: FireBird343 ]

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Molias
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Hi Firebird,

Can you take a look at this thread, and the articles linked in it? It should answer your question. http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/14/t/000371.html

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Hi Molias,
Thank you so much for the quick reply! Now, I'm a bit of a worrier, and me and my girlfriend have been together for quite a while. I guess I have a few more questions if you wouldn't mind answering them!

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Molias
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Sure thing. I just want to be clear that no matter how you might worry about things, the rules of pregnancy won't change - in all of our information on pregnancy risks, if there are any exceptions to what is or isn't a risk we'll spell those out so if you don't see one, that means there isn't one. =)
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So things like oral sex on females, manual sex on females, all things that dont have direct genital contact is perfectly normal and none of it can eventually cause a pregnancy?
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Molias
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That's correct! It's important to keep in mind that these things can carry the risk of STI transmission, though.

There's info on what is and isn't a risk both of pregnancy and STI transmission here: Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

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