Since I generally only used the toilet in our all-female household or in the women's room at school, I was a bit perplexed by her focus on an imaginary semen-soaked commode, but it turns out, this is a pretty common concern. Relax — sperm cannot get through your pants. Stop doing all those things right now! This fluid can also lead to pregnancy. But remember that for anal sex to result in pregnancy, not only would sperm need to reach the vagina somehow, but the woman would also have to be in her fertile window.
Well then, that would explain it:
Sperm can live inside your body for up to about five days. Get the Clue app to track your period—and so much more. Let's all go out and kiss someone right now! Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. Even if we look beyond the extremely low odds of you sitting on a toilet where someone has recently ejaculated, not noticing, and then rubbing your vulva all over the semen — which is unlikely, since usually only your butt touches the toilet seat — sperm usually dies within a few moments of being exposed to the air. It tears and bleeds easily, which provides an entry for viruses, bacteria, or parasites into the bloodstream. Also, because the timing of ovulation is variable, not every FAM method works for every cycle.