NSFW male private part. lol.
January 7, 2009 1:31 PM   Subscribe

NSFW male private part.

Hi, i'm a 18 year old male.

This is kinda weird asking this but when i'm carassing/hugging/foreplaying my gf (no penetration yet), my penis would be erected and at one point there will be some juice at the tip of the penis. I don't think its ejaculation yet as i know how ejaculation feels like. Does the juice contain sperm?

Thank you in advance.

This is embarrassing. =(
posted by red_rika to Health & Fitness (21 answers total)
 
Yes. (Wiki, nsfw)
posted by nitsuj at 1:37 PM on January 7, 2009


It's pre-ejaculate ("precum"), and yes, it can contain live sperm that are perfectly capable of getting your GF pregnant, so be careful where you put that thing. Good on you for asking.
posted by fairytale of los angeles at 1:37 PM on January 7, 2009


its not hacked. thanks for the answer so far.

and is sperm capable of entering my gf's ovum if i dun insert my penis into her vagina but by just rubbing ?
posted by red_rika at 1:42 PM on January 7, 2009


Yes.
posted by mr_roboto at 1:43 PM on January 7, 2009


and is sperm capable of entering my gf's ovum if i dun insert my penis into her vagina but by just rubbing ?

Possible? Yes. Likely? Probably not. Just bite the bullet and get a pregnancy test.
posted by nitsuj at 1:44 PM on January 7, 2009


Or, if it hasn't happened yet just don't let your stuff come in contact (or close to) her stuff without protection.
posted by Science! at 1:48 PM on January 7, 2009


One of nature's great ironies (or brilliant designs depending on how you look at it) is that women are most sexually aroused when they are ovulating. When they are ovulating the mucus in the vagina changes it's makeup going from being (on a microscopic level) like a net that catches things and keeps them away to a race track that guides the sperm right to the cervix.

So yes... although improbable, it's quite possible that semen/pre-ejaculate on the vulva could actually end up leading to impregnation.
posted by JFitzpatrick at 1:55 PM on January 7, 2009


and is sperm capable of entering my gf's ovum if i dun insert my penis into her vagina but by just rubbing ?

Yes, you need to use some type of protection to avoid getting her pregnant. Nature doesn't play around with this, you need to take it seriously.
posted by Brandon Blatcher at 2:03 PM on January 7, 2009


and is sperm capable of entering my gf's ovum if i dun insert my penis into her vagina but by just rubbing ?

Indubitably so
posted by East Manitoba Regional Junior Kabaddi Champion '94 at 2:53 PM on January 7, 2009


Use a condom or keep your pants on. And please read the link in Brandon's comment - there's lots of great stuff at that site. It's your body, and you should try to learn as much as you can about it! Want to know how your penis works? Start here.
posted by rtha at 3:11 PM on January 7, 2009


Just a little friendly advice: both of you need to get to a Planned Parenthood or your city's equivalent to get some reproductive education. She does not have to go on hormonal birth control when you go there, neither of you need to get any sort of exam. Just ask for some information and someone will help you.

There is no need to feel embarrassed by anything, really. It's your body, it's natural. The sooner you have the knowledge you need, the better off you both are going to be.
posted by cooker girl at 3:14 PM on January 7, 2009


I'm 99% sure that my first child is the product of non-penetrative play. Be careful!
posted by brandsilence at 3:41 PM on January 7, 2009


You'd benefit from some reading at Scarleteen.com.

Yes it contains sperm, and no it isn't weird and it shouldn't be embarassing.
posted by DarlingBri at 4:00 PM on January 7, 2009


Okay this is not a criticism against the OP at all, but rather against his school/upbringing -- why does he not know this???? This is horrifying. I'm very tempted to call up my teenage brothers and embarrass them by making sure they know that precum can get you pregnant and transmit disease even without penetration.

Actually, OP, please know that as well, you can transmit disease to your girlfriend and she to you by rubbing your penis against her vagina-- any sexual-fluids contact at all can transmit STDs.
posted by thebazilist at 4:01 PM on January 7, 2009


At this point, you need to procure at least one form of birth control (condoms), and learn their proper usage. You also need to discuss with your girlfriend what you'll do if the birth control fails (for me, that was agreeing with my gf that pregnancy termination would be entirely her decision (it being, after all, her body)). We then both agreed that she'd go on the pill, and that we'd use condoms until she'd been on the pill a month.
posted by orthogonality at 4:06 PM on January 7, 2009


adding, that if any of this should get on your hands, and your hands in, near, on your girlfriend's vagina, you could also get her pregnant.
posted by micawber at 6:48 PM on January 7, 2009


Just to add, OP, that fairytale of los angeles is right on - good for you for asking! You've got some great advice here, so all I wanted to add is this: My dad is a gynecologist and he has had all sorts of questions from people of many ages, experience levels, and backgrounds. Your question isn't stupid or weird so you don't have to be embarrassed. Other people are going to find this question and benefit from your asking and the answers you have received.
Be safe and have fun!
posted by pointystick at 6:51 PM on January 7, 2009 [2 favorites]


@thebazilist: I was thinking the same thing. FSM damned religious-oriented sex education!

And for the record, "any sexual-fluids contact at all can transmit STDs" is only the half truth. You can transmit STDs just by touching skin to skin. Egads! Fear!
posted by phrakture at 9:33 PM on January 7, 2009


Looks like the poster might be in Australia. Maybe sex ed is different there. Can anyone recommend a Planned Parenthood equivalent there?
posted by desjardins at 9:14 AM on January 8, 2009


in the absence of Planned Parenthood, their website is pretty good: teenwire.com
posted by RedEmma at 11:30 AM on January 8, 2009


Also fantastic, funny, and the source of a lot of great accurate sex ed: The Midwest Teen Sex Show.
posted by jennyjenny at 6:29 PM on January 8, 2009


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