It depends on what you mean.
If you are talking pregnancy, semen on the outside of the body is mainly harmless. It dries and that's pretty much it. There are instances of becoming pregnant from ejaculation on the outside of the vagina, but it is exceedingly rare.
If you are talking HIV/STDs, contact with infected semen is risky, regardless of where it is placed. The point of contraceptives, aside from preventing pregnancy, is to also prevent coming in contact with bodily fluids.
Yes, it is possible to become pregnant from male semen being brushed into you from the outside.
The tube in the penis that carries semen and urine to the outside of the body is the urethra.
It is digested like food, Semen is basicaly a protein.
Semen, outside of the body, cannot survive for very long. The semen inside your body does not "go bad".
Semen reaches the fallopian tube where the fertilization takes place.
That is how it happens!
Nothing. Nothing at all happens when the semen of two men is mixed, whether they are gay or straight.
Semen on the outside of the condom can cause pregnancy or shared STDs. Semen should only be released into the condom and then remove it carefully to avoid spilling into the vagina.
Most likely the fluid on the outside of the condom the night before was the woman's own lubrication. It can gather and look creamy like semen.
No. The sperm contained in semen dies very quickly outside the human body.
if sperm came into contact with the vagina then yes
It all depends on how much semen there is and the enviroment it is released in. I.E. temp and moister of the air.
Not always, but that IS how it happens.
Nothing happens unless the semen contains a disease.
No. Not only does the semen die quickly outside the body, it has no way to travel up into the vagina.
When more semen is released in younger age then pimples starts comming out from the face
Nothing so long as none of his ejaculation ("cum") enters the pussy. For pregnancy to occur, a man's semen must get inside of the female's body, and then there is a chance fertilization will occur. But as long as the semen stays outside of the girl or woman's body, nothing will happen.
on health terms ABSOLUTLY NOTHING
If you are a guy it happens when you are old enough. No other way.
When microwaved, the semen webs around the top of a cup or whatever you choose to use. Sort of like cotton candy.
Yes, though it is pretty rare when it happens.
No. Infected semen that gets into your bloodstream can cause AIDS, but not otherwise. Also, the HIV is very weak really and does not survive long outside the body.
Semen on the outside of your clothes can't get you pregnant, virgin or otherwise. In order to get pregnant, the sperm has to enter your uterus through the vagina.
yes, because sperm can make it way into the vagina
yes, but only after obtaining proper identification. And outside the country only with a passport.