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    AliceG18 posted:
    do you think its possible to get pregnant if, for example, my boyfriend ejaculates in his sock or something...some of the semen seeps through and gets on his hands and right after he goes to the kitchen to eat something...he eats that something with his hands-he licks his fingers etc (therefore the semen is now in his mouth) ...and then I arrive at his house and he asks to give me oral?
    Should I just avoid oral just in case? Or is that really irrational of me?
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    marie040402 responded:
    Irrational.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Pregnancy is completely impossible give what you describe. Sperm cannot go through a sock and even if they could, they die pretty quickly once exposed to air.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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