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Hi, everyone. I'm new =] And I think this site is absolutely fabulous and informative.

Quick question- I got into an argument with my best friend. She believes she can't get pregnant if her boyfriend had pre-cum on his boxers and rubbed his shaft and tip on her while she was wearing panties. Yet, I informed her that it is possible that the sperm in pre-cum (despite the fact that her boyfriend urinated beforehand) will make it through the two layers.

I've read the dry sex article you have, and I couldn't come up with a conclusion. If both partners were wearing underwear, and yet still rubbed for a very short amount of time, is there a chance? She said he never ejaculated or penetrated. She just felt the tip of his penis through his boxers and her underwear on top of her vagina entrance.

She says the clothes weren't even soaked with semen. If anything was wet it was his pre-cum in his boxers, and she didn't have enough vaginal secretions to even make it through both layers of clothes.

Yet, I believe there is a chance even through these two layers. What is your opinion?
Thank you so much.

[ 08-03-2009, 04:25 PM: Message edited by: SweetPea09 ]

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Hi there SweetPea.

Pre-ejaculate can contain sperm, we know that. But in order for there to be a risk of pregnancy/STI infection, semen would have to soak through both his boxers and her underwear, or unprotected genital contact would have to occur between them.

Sperm may be fast swimmers, but they need fluid to move! So no, they can't really get through two layers of fabric given its not totally soaked through.

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