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Can sperm travel through clothing?

Ok so please don't judge, but i've searched so many different sites and everyone givess me different answers Sad

My boyfriend and I were dry humping 4 days ago and he was wearing boxers and jeans and I was wearing underwear and pants. After I touched his penis over his pants, it was wet. I noticed that I was wet too but it was probably my own discharge.. Is there any possible way that his sperm could have traveled through 4 layers and make me pregnant? If yes, what is the percent chance?

Also I was suppose to get my period today (24th day), but i've been stressing so much about this and I have not yet gotten it..
Do you think it's cause of the stress or cause i'm pregnant ? Neutral
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replied March 8th, 2011

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It is not possible for sperms to travel through clothes.If both of you were wearing the clothes there is no possibility of pregnancy.Sperms need a medium like vaginal fluid to travel and after coming in contact with air they die.Relax yourelf as stress can delay the periods.You will start the periods soon.

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