2. Was male having protected vagina sex (same condom)
3. Having not reached orgasm I withdrew and masturbated with condom still on myself
4. After 3 or so minutes I removed the condom and continued to masturbate, never did reach orgasm.
Prior to #4 I did touch lightly the outer portions of the ladies vagina and the condom which I fear might have had baginal secretions upon it. What's the odds on this behavior please. For as much as seem condom did stay in tact but as I lost hardness some it did seem to take in some fluid on inside of condom.
Thank you for answering my question. was I clear enough explaining that some of the woman's vaginal fluids were on the condom and then my hand when I stroked my pennis which then I removed the condom that then exposed my pennis to some of her vaginal fluids?
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