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ButtercupSweetheart
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can you get pregnant or STD/STI's from outercourse though? like i read on that site that it is a lower risk of pregnancy but u can still get pregnant. how is that possible if you have your clothes on??? Im sorry fer asking so many questions, but I just want to be prepared in the future if any of these things happen.
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Ashy
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There is a pregnancy risk when sperm comes in contact with the vagina. This can occur during intercourse, for example, if you inserted a semen-coated finger into the vagina.

Try reading through these two articles.
Where DID I Come From? Human Reproduction
What's The Risk? - Five Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts


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