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Dry hump

By Anonymous May 9, 2010 - 2:29am
 
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I just had a dry humped with my boyfriend. We both has our shorts on. He ejaculated and wet my shorts. Even though i immediately changed clothes i'm still worried as i was still sitting on my boyfriend when he ejaculated. Can his sperm seep through my clothes up to my vagina and got me pregnant? I searched on internet and got a lot of confusing information. Some said that semen can seep through but not the sperm etc. Should i take morning after pills? I am sorry for this silly question but i really have no clue.

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I'm a little confused how your boyfriend could wet your shorts if he had his shorts on? Sperm is actually very fragile, and once outside the body is unable to live for very long, and can not penetrate through multiple layers of clothing, presuming that the clothes were covering your genitals.

You can also refer to our discussion thread: can I get pregnant with clothes on?

Does this information help?

May 9, 2010 - 6:53am
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Anonymous (reply to Alison Beaver)

He wet my shorts because he ejaculated. I think his semen seep through his shorts. So i'm a little worried if his sperm can seep through his shorts too and reach my vagina even though my genitals were covered with my shorts. Is it save to have a guy semen make your shorts wet like that?

May 9, 2010 - 10:57pm
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Anon,

There's really no reason for you to take the morning-after pill. For you to have become pregnant, you would have to be ovulating AND his sperm would have to get to your vagina through two layers of clothing. As long as you are sure that his penis didn't come in contact with your vagina, you should be safe.

May 11, 2010 - 9:20am
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