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nick_x
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the real purpose of holding the base of the condom while withdrawing is so that it doesn't get stuck inside her right? If it slips off about an inch when you're pulling out that's not really when sperm can drip out right? it's not like the sperm can reach the base of the penis and then while you're pulling out it can spill out, correct?
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dailicious
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You're correct. The point of holding the base of a condom when withdrawing is like you said, to be sure that the condom does not slip off entirely and spill ejaculate/remain inside the vagina/etc. It moving up just a bit as you withdraw would really not cause any sort of risk.

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