Water Fetishism: Can I Get Pregnant From Being Wet?
You may have heard that it’s possible to get pregnant from being wet. There are many myths about this topic, but there is no truth at all! What you need to understand is that getting pregnant from being wet doesn’t happen. If you’re not sure what “being” means, then you don’t really know anything about this subject. So let me explain.
When you say something like “I’m going to go out today,” what does that mean exactly?
Well, it could mean “I’m going to take off my clothes.” Or maybe it means “I want to go out and do something.”
But what would those two things have in common?
They both involve taking off your clothing.
And what would they have in common with each other?
They both involve taking off your clothes. So when you say “I’m going to go out and do something,” what you’re actually saying is “I’m going to take off my pants.” Now, if I were a man, I’d probably feel pretty comfortable asking you to put on some underwear first before putting on your pants. That way we wouldn’t be having any sort of sexual activity right now. In fact, I’d hope that you’d feel comfortable enough to tell me yourself. But whether you are or not, this is not a conversation we’re having right now.
So, just to be clear, let’s say that it’s okay that you’re taking off your pants.
What about being wet? Well, if you’re in the shower or maybe swimming in a pool, does that mean that you’re taking off your clothes?
Well, yes and no. You’re taking off some of your clothes, but some of them are still on.
You can’t get pregnant from taking off some of your clothes, right? Also, what about drying off afterward? What if you dry off with a towel?
That’s technically “taking off” your clothes too, but it’s hard to see how that could result in you getting pregnant! So, the next time you get in the shower, you can be sure that you won’t soon have a baby.
In conclusion, it’s perfectly safe to get wet as long as you don’t do it in a special way. If you’re still worried about getting pregnant from being wet and taking off some of your clothes…well, I’d like to help you with that, but that would be going too far.
There are other places you can go to talk about your problems. Maybe a professional. Get help soon. Don’t worry, you don’t need to tell me. Just remember: you didn’t get pregnant from being wet.
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