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Hey guys. I wrote to you last month about one of my exes being back in my life. Well we talked it out like you said, and long story short, we are giving it another try. Its going well. Im falling fast for her, and vice versa. Well, the day before yesterday, we had sex. We used a condom for all genital contact, and I never ejaculated in her or was anywhere close to doing that. I read your articles about proper condom use. It did not break or slip, and again, I did not ejaculate anywhere near her. However, we had no lube. She was so aroused that there was hardly friction at all. Also I dont know if I smoothed it out for air bubbles like it said I should. My question is this. Given the scenario I just described, do you think plan b is necessary?
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Saffron Raymie
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I read you older thread, whiskeybravo, and I'm glad you're happier. However, we no longer do users' pregnancy risk assessments for them - instead all the tools you need to find the answer for yourself are here:

'Obtain the virgin's consent before you marry her' - Prophet Mohammad (pbuh)

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