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First off, I want to congratulate you on a great forum for open discussion about sex. That being said, my question is a little gross...

My boyfriend and I are preserving our definition of virginity by having what I've heard described as outercourse (clothes on at least the bottom) to enjoy each other. We have this odd problem of developing a little puddle or wet spot on whatever surface we do this on, and its getting really annoying. The last time this happened he commented on it and said it wasn't him (which I take to mean he isn't ejaculating).

This insinuated it was me, is this possible? I realize girls put out some secretions (I do even sometimes with hot pants on) but that seems like a lot, to go through clothes and stuff. Especially if he's on the bottom. Is it possible this is just sweat? What can I do to ditch the puddle? If it is me I'm probably soakin' his boxers down too...

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It's hard to say which fluids belong to who. It could be either one of you ... Or it could be sweat.

You can try putting a towel underneath whoever's on the bottom, and he can wear a condom (to trap his fluids, reduce the risk of STI/pregnancy incase of fluid exchange)

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