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DaSkunk
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hi, today i spent time with my boyfriend. i gave him manual sex, but he didnt ejaculate, there was some pre-cum though. at 1 point, he put his hand in his pants, I guess to ajust himself. then about 10 minutes later, he rubbed my vulva from outside of my underwear and jeans. he only rubbed a couple times and i pushed him away. i was wondering, is it possible that semen that we couldnt see was on his hand and somehow got threw my jeans and underwear and make me pregnant??
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Milke
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If your clothes stayed on the whole time, and his hand wasn't dripping, I'd guess your chances are extremely low, to none at all.

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