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I have a question about dry humping

By February 13, 2016 - 10:17am
 
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me and my boyfriend have found that we don't want to have sex yet, but still want to pleasure each other. By that we perform dry sex. When we first started we both had clothes on. Both of us had underwear on and leggings for me and basketball shorts for him. It felt good, but we decided to take a layer off and both just have underwear on. The most recent time he took his penis out of his underwear. I thought I felt a difference, but at the time didn't notice until it was over. It was a specific position that scared me. I was on top and my legs were completely spread open. He tried sticking it in a little bit (at this point we were both hot and heavy so we were both wet) and I got scared and jumped off of him. He didn't pull my underwear to the side it was like my underwear covered his penis while he tried sticking it in. It did not fully go in. I told him no. So my first question here is even if he stuck it in that tiny bit and we were both wet is there a chance I could get pregnant from that? My second question is if both of our underwear are very wet whether its pre ejaculate or not is there a chance I could get pregnant? (Without sticking it in) My second question is can I get pregnant if his penis is out, but I have underwear on? (Without sticking it in) And last question is there any chance I could get pregnant if we just stick to both of us leaving our underwear on? (Without sticking it in) I know you have answered this before I just wanted an answer to my specific situation. Thank you in advance.

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
There are several reasons why this scenario will not cause pregnancy. First of all, sperm cannot travel through fabric no matter how thin or wet the fabric. Secondly sperm becomes easily damaged when handled. Also, the fact that you removed yourself from the situation makes pregnancy even less possible.
If you are worried about pregnancy even without having sex, perhaps you should avoid sexual activities that make you nervous, or use a condom.
Below I have pasted a link to a HER article which describes the relationship between outercourse and pregnancy:
http://www.empowher.com/community/share/outercourse-dry-humping-dry-sex-and-other-sexual-behaviors
I hope that helps.
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February 13, 2016 - 9:07pm
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