I know there is such a thing as pre ejaculation... We didn't have sex but we were close. I'm not sure on how this works being that I am a virgin and new to all of this but I'm late on my period and idk if it's because of this. He never went inside but his genitals were rubbing against mine for quite some time
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Pregnancy is possible but not very probable. Try to avoid this kind of foreplay.
There is no possibility for preg. His sperm must to go inside you to get preg.
You said "He never went inside but his genitals were rubbing against mine for quite some time." If he rubs the opening or the very recent discharge from his penis against the opening of your vagina during this period of genitals rubbing for quite some time, he's possibly delivered a sperm to your vaginal opening that may be capable of making it's way up your vagina and through your cervix, into your uterus to an egg and fertilizing it, thus creating a new life. It's highly unlikely, but possible because you said this happened for "quite some time". If you don't want to risk creating a new life or getting a sexually transmitted disease, don't do this.
My advise is get on the bc pill now, before you do something, because you are so close. Sperm as to enter you to get you pregnant.
He needs to release the baby makers inside u for u to conceive. But ur right it does not take much. Relax and refrain from such play until u find a contraceptive that covers u from getting pregnant and any sti/std. Good luck
Anything is possible, but the probability of you becoming another virgin Mary is highly unlikely. What I do agree on with everyone else is you need to get some form of birth control and start using it.
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