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Dear Forum members , i tried my best ... google translator says " Finger girl masturbate with your fingers to help vaginal discharge, tearing the condom packaging, condoms have not put the finger vaginal secretions have access to condoms in the layer, what risk? Thank you!"
Use finger to help the girl after masturbation fingers have vaginal fluid, tearing a condom package, condom is not wear is vaginal fingers have come into contact with a condom layer, and put on a set of Yin chiao ejaculation, do you have a risk? Thank you! .
I tried my best to translate that...
He fingered a girl,and there was vaginal fluid on his finger.
Then,he contacted the condom with vaginal fluid on the finger.
And having vaginal sex with that condom.
Is there any risk?
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