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By Anonymous January 15, 2019 - 6:16pm
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Hi me and my bf were making out and stuff his clothes were all on and my thick sweatpants underwear and a pad was on no upper garments he was kinda on top of me but i made sure his sweatpants are away from mine which they were and then after he sat pretty far from me and starting masturbating so then he got done he cleaned himself and his hands with tissue and antibacterial wipes and then later he touched or rubbed my sweatpants like the vagina area for some seconds but from on top of my clothes. I used wet ones also just in case even though my hands were clean. We checked my my sweatpants from outside to see if they had any wet spot or anything and there was nothing. Later I went home washed my hands with soap and headed to shower I saw my sweatpants they were fully dry no wet spots. I saw my underwear it had wet spots like under my pad on the sides on the cloth under the pad so im guessing its obviously mine since my sweatpants had no wet spots or anything it was dry. I touched my underwear spot and then I think I touched the side of my thigh like next to my vagina for a second. I asked my bf he said obviously thats your wetness. After that I washed my hands again and started to shower. So my question is, there is no risk of pregnancy am i right? Also im virgin.

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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

You are correct, there is no risk.

Did you have sex ed at school? If not, it's a good idea to study on your own so you know how sex and the human body works. You can read books on this or search our own site. This will eliminate a lot of stress than the unknown can cause.
A woman cannot get pregnant unless she has unprotected sex (naked) with ejaculation. She would also have to be ovulating or be within five days of ovulation. Sperm will not travel through a layer of clothing to impregnate.

So a pregnancy cannot occur from what you did.


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