My boyfriend was wearing nothing but boxers as he took off my pants and performed cunnilingus on me. When he finished he touched his erected penis at my vulva like trying to insert it but with his boxers on still. It was only for a moment. Im not sure if he was wet, but i was when he touch me down there with his erected penis that was still behind his underwear. The question is, what is the the possibility of me getting pregnant from this situation? Is it possible to get pregant when a girl's genital area is naked and exposed while the man's erected penis is still in underwear but touching her bare privates?
Its confusing.for me too. For some say that thin clothing can have a low preg risk. I've considered asking another site full of doctors(cause i have a problem like yours,although we were both fully clothed did not do dry sex or what)and they said that sperm can pass through thin clothing if a moistened surface is available.did both of you got super wet?
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Yeah, that actually makes sense. There was an article on Scarleteen about the risks of pregnancy for almost every sexual activity independently. If there is one layer of clothing, there still won't be any risk IF ONLY there wasn't a genital to genital contact or the clothing isn't super thin like a thong. You say that your boyfriend had his boxers on and I'm consuming that they weren't super thin or so?
Just think about this, if any of those sperm cells would swim through the clothing, there would still be so many things for that sperm cell to do to fertilize an egg. Sperm cells are not heroes, they can't survive in the conditions that you described.
I think, pregnancy shouldn't be a concern for you now. It's just my opinion, though, I'm just telling you what I have learned all this time. Hope everything goes well for you
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