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    An_243124 posted:
    My bf and i usually have oral sex mostly, question i have we do have intercourse to but never to point of him cumming strong inside me, maybe alittle ceeps out..can u get pregnant lke that?
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    georgiagail responded:
    Is the intercourse protected by any form of birth control?

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    blake_valentine responded:
    You can most certainly get pregnant like that. Please be careful...as a woman you need to learn all you can about the consequences of sex, and how unprotected intercourse can lead to pregnancy, even if he pulls out early. Be assertive and have a plan going in, because once things get hot and heavy, good intentions often go out the window! Good luck....


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