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WHAT123
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Is it possible that a guy that touched his pre-cum, then 10-20 minutes later when he touched his penis to show it was dry, then with his DRY hand touched a girl with her underwear on and is a virgin, make her pregant? Does the sperm need the semen? Can the sperm swim through the girl's own wettness? Please help!
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Robin Lee
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No, there is no risk to this activity.

Just a "for what's it's worth" if someone isn't sure what's on their hands, hand-washing or using baby wipes can relieve a lot of the uncertainty.

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