Cum wiped off and then fingered

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Cum wiped off and then fingered

Unread postby Hellohelp » Thu May 28, 2020 4:10 pm

Hi so long story short I came and then touched the tip of my penis and then wiped the cum off after on my pants and then kissed my girlfriend for a bit and was obviously touching her and then fingered her after that what is the likely hood of pregnancy I’m a little worried that not all the sperm was gone even though my finger was probably dry I’m not to sure how to tell if sperm is dry or not

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Re: Cum wiped off and then fingered

Unread postby al » Thu May 28, 2020 6:04 pm

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