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If i had maybe got pre-ejaculate fluid on my hands and i went in the woods to finger a girl and on the way touched the ground and such does it remove sperm and not get girl pregnant?

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2008-05-20 19:12:18
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It is unlikely that you would get pregnant this way, but it is still possible

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