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can I get pregnant from "dry humping" or outer course?

By Anonymous October 26, 2013 - 5:45pm
 
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Ok so yesterday we were making out like always but we were on my bed and no one was home so we started to play around. And we actually started like getting carried away. I mean we never took our clothes off but we were getting carried away. Then later at night, we actually slept together in the living room but we started like grinding and he was actually almost in me, with clothes on! It was so weird and it felt good but I was getting scared, I told him to just stop for a little but I couldn't stay away. When I got back on him we started going back to where we were and then he told me to really stop bc he was gonna you know what! I got so scared I jumped off when he told me he was going to "come" I was so afraid, I probably should not be doing this if I'm not fully aware of what I'm doing but I'm 20 years old and this is my first relationship with a guy that I have been talking to since May.

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. The most important aspect of sex is that sperm must be able to enter your vagina without anything in between such as clothing therefore, there is no way you could be pregnant.

Anonymous, you mention that you are 20 years old and you have little knowledge about sex. This is a good thing to acknowledge and hopefully you can learn more about it prior to actually having sex to 1) protect yourself from possible sexually transmitted diseases; 2) protect yourself from pregnancy and 3) a piece of mind. With that said, this information may help you http://www.empowher.com/sexual-health-101. This can provide you many answers to commonly asked questions.

Can you talk to your parents about sex? Is there any other adult figure who could possibly help you with decisions such as birth control etc?

I hope this helps. Keep us posted and good luck.

Missie

October 27, 2013 - 4:59am
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