Hello all, I had a quick question for future reference. So, me and my gf dry hump. At first we were doing it with both of us having underwear on. One day, I ejaculated onto her undies, and it seemed to have been a little above her vaginal area. As a result, I wear a condom to be on the safe side along with the underwear. And she usually wears a pad of some sort along with the underwear. Whenever we do this, I feel my penis go into her vagina, and she feels the same thing, which turns her on. I ejaculate (usually with the feeling of the penis in the vagina), but it is in the condom. After I'm done, I back away to check and see if any got onto her undies or mine. I see nothing, and everything is in the condom.
So my question is, if we both wear underwear and I wear a condom as well, is there any chance for pregnancy? I want to be safe as we have been doing this for the past 6-7 months with no problems, but I want to hear from you guys if this is a safe way, or if there is a risk of pregnancy. Thank you all so much for any input!
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In short, if you are both wearing underwear, there is no reason to be concerned about a pregnancy risk. However if you are concerned, then wearing a condom is a smart idea. As long as you're wearing a condom throughout all sexual contact, and it does not slip off or break, you have no reason to worry.
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