Yesterday, me and my boyfriend were dry humping. We always use a condom just to be sure and more safe. However, yesterday, I was only wearing a thong and he was naked (but with a condom on) he was rubbing me from behind, but then the condom broke near the base.
His penis was probably near the entrance but it was mostly near my anus. I'm afraid the precum may have gotten on me and I'm scared I could be pregnant. He didn't have any ejaculate on the condom though, there was only pre cum. I wiped it off after though and changed my underwear.
I am always paranoid and this is stressing me out. If it helps though, my period just ended the week ago. What are the chances I could be pregnant? Thank you so much.
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If he didn't ejaculate, I'd not worry about this.
Thought, just to be clear "dry humping" is really about people being earnestly dressed, not just one person wearing a string in their butt. So, if you only want to take the level of risk associated with dry sex, then your boyfriend will need to have underwear on, too.
And for sure, condoms likely will break more often when rubbed over fabric, just because that's way more friction than a lubricated hand, vulva or anus will have.
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