In terms of dry humping and protecting against pregnancy from precum/ejaculate, are there types of underwear that are best for a woman to wear? I have some underwear that are kind of lacy a.k.a the frilly fabric has some small holes in it where my vulva shows through. Would it be safer to use something without that type of fabric (for example, just a solid cotton fabric), or does it matter that much?
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Really, if you're at the point where all that is on people is a pair of undies on one person and people are ejaculating, it sounds to me more like it's time to talk about the use of condoms than to expend brain cells trying to suss out which undies are more "protective," you know?
If it's only you wearing undergarments and they're getting soaked with a partner's fluids, there can always be cause of concern about STIs or pregnancy. So, how about bringing real barriers -- like condoms -- into the mix, especially since this kind of activity is awfully close to intercourse, and is what will eventually result in intercourse soon enough for a lot of people?
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