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I'm a virgin and as I'm not on any kind of birth control (mother won't let me) the only sex I participate in is oral.
In the midst of me giving head, my boyfriend began to rub my clit. It was only after when I got home when I questioned my chances of being pregnant because I'm not sure if he touched his penis or not. Should I go out and buy an Emergency Birth Control? It was day twelve of my cycle. I should say that I didn't notice any particular moisture on his hands that I would otherwise be super-obsessed aware of. Would there have to be a large amount of semen to get pregnant from this?


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His hands would have to have been dripping with semen in order for there to be any pregnancy risk, so you've got nothing to worry about here.


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