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light_faerie
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I've read your articles on how pregnancy happens ect., but I still wanted an actual repose to this. Well, my boyfriend sometimes rubs me down there, and it is through my jeans. Could that in any way get me pregnant? He uses his hand, and I've never let him go under my clothes. Sorry if this is silly, but I need reassurance!
Thanks kindly.

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Ashy
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There is no way that you can become pregnant unless sperm comes in contact with your vulva. So when your boyfriend touches you with sperm-free hands through your clothes, there is no way that you can become pregnant.

It's pretty normal to be a little paranoid about pregnancy when first starting a sexual relationship, but still, read through ST thoroughly so that you can get a good grasp on what's going on, okay?

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