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i was just wondering if a guy has a wet spot of precum on his pants from getting aroused, and he touched there anyway sperm could get on his finger through the i safe in assuming that it cannot transfer from the fabric to his finger and still survive? thanks
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If what you're asking is, he touched his pants and then touched your vulva, do you have a pregnancy risk, it's very unlikely or very low.

If what you're asking is that he touched his pants and then touched your hand and then YOU touched your vulva, it's astronomically low.

Still, if there's any fluid contact going on, for both of your peace of mind it would be best if there were a condom involved.

Does this help?

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