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frenchy
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I was just wonderring when your boyfriend cums in you,, where does it go?
I know this sounds like a stupid question, but does some of it leak back out? or does all of it go 'swimming' to find the egg?

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Milke
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Some of the sperm will go eggward, and either fertilise it (one), or be cleaned out with either menstruation, or standard discharge. Semen, however, which is the fluid the carries the sperm (almost like passengers in a bus) will just flow back out.

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