However, it would be a really good idea to talk to your boyfriend and ask him what exactly he has in mind. Different people define things differently, and talking is always good. Then you can decide for yourself whether it's something you want to do too.
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quote:Originally posted by celery: "Dry Sex" is basically just rubbing yourself on your partner, but no penetration is going on, and no fluids are exchanged.
Keep in mind that fluids can be exchanged if clothing becomes saturated with fluid and if little clothing is present. Dry sex does carry a pregnancy/STD risk if saturation occurs. Please remember that safer sex precautions still need to be taken.
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