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    Dry humping=pregnancy??
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    petitehibou posted:
    I'm an 18 year old girl, and I'm not sexually active. However, my boyfriend and I were dry humping, and I'm worried that I might get pregnant from that. He was wearing boxers and I was wearing spandex running shorts, and a little while into it I noticed a wet spot on his boxers. I know this is a really silly question but I have no experience in this area. Is there even a small chance that I could get pregnant from this? Please, please help.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    There is no chance of pregnancy from what you describe. While sperm are determined little suckers, they cannot go through one more or less two layers of clothes.


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