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lipsticksmack
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Welll, an incident just happened today, and I hope I get a response quick, just so I can get Plan B in within the adequate time...

So in a nutshell, my man and I were making out, he was on top of me...I had my panties on and he had some boxer briefs. Well we grinding and he apparently got wayyy into it because next thing I know the front (like front bikini area) and under my belly button were warm and i guess he ejaculated in his boxer briefs and the wetness transferred to the front of my panties.

Needless to say the mons pubis is far enough from the entrance of the vagina, but still knowing that the front of my panties were wet, still raises a concern.

So based on that, should I go buy Plan B? Again, I only have a few days to make this decision, so a quick answer would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

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September
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Since you were both wearing underwear, you do not need to worry about a pregnancy risk here. Sperm won't make it through two layers of clothing.

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lipsticksmack
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So, the wetness I felt in the front should not be of a concern?
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Stephanie_1
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No, you don't need to worry about this.

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lipsticksmack
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just curious, but why doesn't sperm make it through two layers? Aren't they microscope?
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Heather
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Sperm are microscopically small, however, they cannot move on their own: they need the fluid that they are ejaculated with, both to preserve them and to move them. It might help to also bear in mind that sperm are really quite delicate.

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