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MrsJohnnyKnoxville
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Me and my boyfriend have been together for 5 months now and sex is really great, only i'm now starting to put it off sometimes as it's a bit messy. Everytime he comes it goes everywhere. He ejaculates inside me but when he pulls out it just goes everywhere, and makes for some cleanin up immediately afterwards which kinda kills the mood. He says it never happened with his ex .. is it me? Is there something wrong that means this happens with me and not anyone else?
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Surferchk07
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Simple solution. Have him wear a condom! It prevents the risk of STD/I's and no mess. Its great!

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ladydexter
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If it didn't happen with his partner, she must have been standing on her head. Gravity makes apples fall on people's heads, and semen drip out of vaginas, unfortunately. That's just the way it is. It's not a problem with you at all, so don't worry there.

Cleaning options, well, use a condom, as suggested, or put a towel down first. You are aware though that you need to be using some other method of reliable birth control if you don't want to be pregnant, and you are risking STI's by having sex without condoms at only five months together? (It's recommended that you have two negative screens, EACH, six months apart before you forgo the condoms).

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