My bf and I were together. We never had intercourse.
This is what happened:
He masturbated. I think he ejaculated once, because a bit of white fluid came out of his penis (I do not know whether this is semen or pre-***).
Then he went to the toilet to wash himself. I do not know how well he washed himself or whether he washed himself at all.
Then he got in to his underwear. I touched the tip of his penis over his underwear. I could feel that, in the area the tip touched his underwear, it was wet (either with water, if washed himself or with some of his fluid)
After a while, he touched his penis with his hands for a moment (NOT over his underwear but he actually touched). I could see that his penis was kind of wet.
Then with the same hand, he touched my private parts over my panties. He did not finger me, but he just pressed my private parts with his fingers. His fingers were also NOT dripping with his fluids. His fingers were almost dry. But I cannot say whether it was actually dry. I was wearing my panties all the time.
My worry is, when he touched his penis and then touched my private parts with the same fingers, even though over my panties, can the sperm in his fingers (if any) go through my panties and get in to my vagina?
This was my first such encounter with a guy.
Can I get pregnant? I am worried because I have not got my period. I always got my period without any problem. This is driving me crazy.
I can guarantee that sperm cannot go through pants then into your vagina. If his penis was literally touching your private parts there would be a chance of the little swimmers going in. But dont worry ! You are not pregnant.
But I have one more question. I was wearing 80% cotton panties. Aren't there pores in the material that sperm can pass through? I should also mention that I was wet at that time. So is there any possibility?
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