Sperm exposed to the air on items like clothing, bed linens or toilet seats lose mobility (the ability to swim) rapidly. Once semen dries out, the sperm die.
That said, males should take basic caution after sex to ensure that any semen that may have come about from ejaculation is cleaned up (wash hands!) so as not to have any "unintended consequences".
No, it is perfectly harmless.
Ejaculation is the process that releases sperm from the body. Sperm is released from the penis during ejaculation.
It can live up to a half hour after ejaculation under the absolute best conditions,
On ejaculation it is at body temperature
sperm is kept alive outside of the body by freezing it.
Sperm only last's a few hours outside of the body
Sperm is made in the testicles. The testicles only hold sperm. The vas deferens and the prostate gland secrete semen (the liquid portion of ejaculation) and when sperm are released they mix with the semen and both are secreted during ejaculation. Hope that helps
Urethra carries sperm and urine to the outside of the body
Sperm can last outside of the human body for a few hours.
It doesn't develop outside the body. In fact dried sperm is dead and when it is outside the male or female body it dies as soon as air hits it.
The sperm ejaculated outside the body may survive only minutes to a few hours.
Some fish egg and sperm meet in water outside the body.
They don't swim outside the body.
inside the body is too warm for the sperm to survive. being outside cools it down.
Sperm production takes about seventy-two days to develop in the male reproductive organs. After ejaculation they can live in the female for up to 5 days, but at room temperate - outside of the body, they will die within a couple hours - depending on the environment.