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His_Lil_Angel
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i know this may sound silly but ive read many posts about 'dry humping' and am still not sure what it is ..
could anyone explain to me what it is please .. ?

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Gumdrop Girl
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dry humping, or dry sex refers to two people rubbing together for sexual pleasure. The friction between their genitals can be quite pleasurable. But the act does not involve penetration.

Generally, you should keep your trousers on during dry sex because if you don't, you still have significant risks for pregnancy and STDs such as crabs, scabies, warts (HPV) and herpes.

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