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“He wasn’t sure what to think knowing she had.And knowing she had didn’t help with the hard-on.”
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There is not enough context to give you a paraphrase.

Do you know what a "hard-on" is?

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Oh dear me, no. I located the passage.

Ashley does not want to get pregnant at a young age like her grandmother did. She tells the boy, "Let's go back to the dance."

It says he had not thought about having sex with her. When she brought the subject up, he didn't know how to react.

Knowing that she had thought about sex did not help diminish his sexual arousal (A hard-on is when a man's penis swells up and become erect). It is a slang term for "erection," which is the biological term.

Ashley looked down and noticed his physical state. So she understands his discomfort and suggests that they talk about calculus, a kind of joke to take his mind off of sex.

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