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i got my boyfriend To ejaculate in the pool today by jacking him scared if theres a chance the sperm could have got in my swim suit, and in my vagina, and posibaly get me pregnant. OR would the sperm die from the clorine in the pool.....Help im so worried!
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No, sperm can't swim AND survive far and long enough for there to be a pregnancy risk. Ejaculating in a pool that's going to be used by anyone but the two of you isn't exactly a courteous thing to do, however. You'd probably be pretty creeped out if someone was say, peeing in your pool, you boyfriend doesn't need to be jizzin' in one either.


Worst attitude of them all!

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