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By Anonymous January 23, 2011 - 8:38am
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me and my boyfriend were together last night. We were in his room and he said his pants were too tight and were bothering him so he wanted to change them. I just stayed in the room and closed my eyes while he changed and then that was it. we started kissing like a few minutes after and he put his hands in my pants and was touching my butt. he got kind of close to my vagina i think and im scared that like what if he toched his penis while taking his pants off?? i mean im not sure if he did or not and i mean i dont know why he would but what if he did and then sperm was on his hand and it got in my vagina? i doubt that would happen.. am i over reacting since i dont know if he would have touched his penis??

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Ok sorry I reposted another one of these!! I just thought the last one didn't work because I didn't get an email!! But we had been together for a while before this had happened so I don't know if he had pre ejaculatory fluid or not so its kind of concerning me

January 24, 2011 - 7:09pm

His penis would have to be erect, and he would have needed to ejaculate in order for any sperm to get on his hands. A man's penis can be touched (by him or you) without fear of pregnancy...they do not make a woman pregnant by just their presence!

I am concerned that you two are not communicating, as his (lame) line that his pants are too tight tells me he is VERY immature and not able to communicate with you that he would like to be physically intimate (kissing, touching, caressing). Be sure to be mature yourself and communicate what you are, and are not, comfortable with. Also, be savvy enough to know a "line" when you hear it. If you are not comfortable with him touching you under your clothes, you can let him know what you are comfortable doing, and avoid going into his bedroom when his clothes are "too tight"!

January 23, 2011 - 8:56am
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