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exactly where does ejaculation come in in the order of "sexual events", if you will?

when i was fooling around with my boyfriend, he was hard, and i swear the inside of his pants were wet. when i said something about it he looked at me like i was crazy and said no, that doesnt happen until later. we werent having sex or anything, but things were pretty intense.

please tell me im not crazy! his pants were wet--what was it?

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Precum can cause wetness inside of pants. It's a lubricant that helps prepare the penis for ejaculation. It can contain sperm, but is not as high in sperm as semen is. If he didn't ejaculate, it was likely precum that you felt.


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