Hey dont need to read articles as i have already done nd we hve already spoken but there may a cnfusin...
Me and my firend had a debate wether sperm can get thru clothing. From the "pregnancy scare post" Now you guys said it cant.. But my freind got me thinking.. In my previous post i said there was a patch on the outside of my jeans.. Now that wetpatch MAY obviously be semen as i ejaculated in my underwear.. So assuming it was semen would that wet patch also contain sperm? As sperm travels in semen.. Thats where i am really confused now.. Please can some1 else comfirm hsn whos right.. And why.. It would be really helpful .. Thankyou
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Scared, it is NEVER okay to get snarky and yell at the volunteers.
While you formulated the question differently, the content - can sperm get through clothing - remains the same. We are all volunteers here, we all have day jobs, and we are not going to use up valuable time to reply to the same questions over and over. If we can link to a similar question that contains the same answer that we would type anyway, we will do so.
We have set limits with you before, and we have to ask you to please respect them. If you do not feel helped here, you are free to get help elsewhere.
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