Unlikely? (don't laugh), but I need to lay it out. This was last night...so I know, thinking about EC is prolly really silly but I'm still really worried.
1. We sat on the edge of the hot tub with me between his legs and his legs around me, and he gave me a massage for a long time. Probably an hour. Needless to say both of us were very turned on(and had been the whole evening prior).
Do I need to worry about...seepage? Particularly with the swimsuits(mine was kind of riding up)and sitting in a puddle of water/wet cement the whole time, I've been told that sperm can't swim through clothing anyway--still worried about my swimsuit--, but I don't know if there's qualifications to that...
2. Went to "sleep" on the couch after I changed into clothes. We didn't get very much sleep for obvious reasons, but didn't want to relieve the tension by masturbating,or at least doing it openly. I finally got ahold of myself by sheer willpower and went to sleep for a bit at one point so I don't know if he did or not.
In the morning I was really wet, but I think it was all me, as I've soaked through jeans once before due to being really turned on for hours. Again, is wetness a factor?
I just don't know much about pre-ejaculate or semen and want to know if these were fuzzy situations or not. I would like not to worry or waste anyone else's time with questions if I'm just being silly.
I just really need to know. Am I totally fine?
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We're not here to laugh or make fun of you - and don't worry your question's not as odd as it seems. You can relax though, there's absolutely no risk from what you described here. Fresh ejaculate wasn't in contact with your genitals at any point, so no need to worry.
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