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Yesterday my boyfriend of one year and I were fooling around. I know, a recipe for disaster in the making. So I was stripped of my clothes while he was in shirts and some sweatpants and boxers. I felt him brush against my... bum, by accident. He wasn't attempting anal sex or anything. The thing is, I could feel his excitement, but his clothes weren't soaking wet. He said it was just a small spot.

I know normally pregnancy would not be caused if clothes were worn, but what about if one was wearing clothes and the other wasn't? Would there be an issue then? My period ended on March 25th, typically in a 28 day cycle. The event occurred yesterday, March 30th.

I think I'm just being paranoid, but I need some reassurance. My beau says it would be impossible, but I would like to have some additional opinions. I'm going to make sure we practice safe next time.

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Hello Misscardew: Welcome to Scarleteen!

There's not a risk in what you described. Have a look through this article, it details what does and does not pose a risk: Pregnancy Scared?

"Sometimes the majority only means that all the fools are on the same side" ~Anon

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