ooookay.....im super worried. I was wearing semi thin pajama pants...and underwear. me and my boy friend have never evr done this b 4....were both virgins.....and im his first girlfriend...he's my first boyfriend. it was like....we cldn't stop ourselves.....and that scared me cuz my mind went blank. so here's wut happened. we were making out, and he got on top of me.....between my legs....his penis was like right on top of my vagina...but he was wearing jeans, and me the pajama pants. his pants kinda came dwn, and he was rubbing against my pants....in his underwear....and i touched his penis...god knows y i did tht >.< stupid me....i got stuff on my hand....i dn't know vry much about cum...or pre cum...so idk wut exactly it was...
so after this i was like "woah!" and i told him we shld stop...and he agreed and we stopped. i went to use the restroom, but before i dumped rubbing alcohol on my hands....cuz tht stuff kills evrythng...right?
so thn i wnt pee, and wiped myself w/ toilet paper. am i at risk of getting pregnant at all frm those senarios?!?!?! im so freaking out right now >.<
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None of these scenarios present a pregnancy risk, so no need to worry. Sperm can't swim through 4 layers of clothing, and the rubbing alcohol would've done the job on your hands (though warm water and soap do just fine!). Next time, if you guys want to be a little safer, you could use a condom for dry sex and eliminate the whole risk situation!
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