A fascinating study published by Dutch psychologists shows that, when women are sexually aroused, their tolerance to disgust increases — not just regarding oral sex or other sexual acts specifically, but across the board. In the study, the group of sexually aroused women felt less disgusted when asked to touch a "bloody" bone actually, it was red ink or put their hands in a bowl of allegedly used condoms which were actually not used, but covered in lubricant. The study also included two other groups of women who were not sexually aroused first, who exhibited normal disgust and avoidance responses.
Swallow…when doing it you swallow a little pre-cum anyway. We like it as much as you do when you are taking a power hit and suck up that bong water…. Really, like I said before I prefer to gargle and snowball it back at him.
The Situation: Your friend loves sex—but she's not exactly tied down to one guy, and even when she is, one fact remains constant: She loves giving oral, and she always swallows. No shame in that, you think—to each her own. But what about all that man juice?
A leading blog on the science of sex, love, and relationships, written by social psychologist Dr. Justin Lehmiller. Good question! First, if you perform oral sex on a man who has an STI e.
While this could very well be a ginormous conspiracy by the patriarchy to get more oral sex, there is some proof in nature: Some female members of various animal species even consume male ejaculate regularly, like squid, flies and leeches. Squid, flies or leech ejaculate, I mean. Not human ejaculate.
Writing at the Metro U. In the history of male masturbation, we learn that ancient Mesopotamian god Enki was the lord of semen and therefore the fertilizing of plants. Early Christians were said to eat semen as a communion ritual, as they believed it was the liquid embodiment of the soul.
As a lady who has never swallowed I know, I know, whaaaat?! Honestly, I'm surprised more people don't want to research this translucent goo we allow into multiple orifices. Sure, sperm helps make babies, but what else do we know about jizz?
Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions will remain anonymous. Please send your questions to tips bustle. Sounds like pseudoscience trying to get girls not to use protection.
When a guy unloads into your mouth, the results vary. Some people enjoy the taste, but hate the texture. Some people hate texture, but love the smell.
It's a valid question many of us have asked ourselves while getting intimate with our S. And then the follow-up question is virtually almost always: But what are the health benefits of semen? Now, you've probably already heard that semen is packed with protein. But it turns out the benefits of consuming it go far beyond that.