Sex (Re)Education: Where Is It Safe For A Guy To Cum?

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Two weeks ago on Sex (Re)Education we talked about some little known facts about pulling out and the withdrawal method, and last week we talked about the process of fertilization and just how difficult it is for sperm to make it up your vajayjay, and to your fallopian tubes, in order to fertilize an egg.

But does that mean your partner should be free to cum wherever he wants on you, as long as the two of you are diligently practicing the withdrawal method?

When it comes to where your partner cums, it’s all about location, location, location. Despite the difficulty sperm face making their way to the fertilization point, it’s not entirely impossible for pregnancy to occur in an instance where semen lands outside the vagina, but on or around the vulva. For instance, if you and your partner are having anal sex, and he decides to cum inside you, and any of that cum gets outside of you, near your vulva, it is possible to get pregnant.

That being said, if this ever happens to you, it’s not exactly cause for huge alarm. While it is possible, the chances are still slim. If you’re feeling really stressed about it, you can always hit up your nearest drug store for Plan B. And, although this might not be a PC thing to say, if against all odds you do get pregnant, even after taking an emergency contraceptive, it’s important to realize that terminating your pregnancy is a real option, one that many of our high school sex education classes remained completely silent on.

What about other areas like your boobs, stomach, mouth? As long as you don’t touch the semen, then touch your own vulva without washing your hands, you’re safe. So, when you’re practicing the pull out method, make sure you decide and communicate to your partner where the best place for him to cum is, so that in the clutch, he won’t have to make the decision, and perhaps unwittingly end up putting you at risk for pregnancy.

Sex (Re)Education is a weekly series in which we debunk myths you learned during sex education back in grade school and high school.

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