Medical sperm ejaculation cum taste

Duration: 12min 50sec Views: 1320 Submitted: 26.08.2020
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For most people, the taste of semen is mild and inoffensive. People have described the flavor as bitter, slightly salty, sweet, or metallic. There is no right or wrong way to feel about semen. Likewise, some people may feel self-conscious about allowing a partner to taste their semen. Open communication with a partner and gentle mutual encouragement can help both partners feel less worried about all bodily fluids, including semen.

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Taste is arguably the most intimate of the five senses. Think about it—on any given day, we see so many people, we hear so many people, we unfortunately smell so many people, and even touch multiple people. We are so constantly bombarded by these sensory interactions—the multitude of faces encountered, the tone of that lady on the phone, the cologne of that guy in the elevator, the handshake of a new business acquaintance—they tend to fade into the background. They become the meaningless, fleeting, unremarkable minutia of our day. But—how many people do we honestly taste? Taste-related sensory experiences are memorable because emotion plays a huge role in the ability to make and recall memories —and it just so happens that taste is linked with emotion.

What does semen taste like, and can it change?

Well, it starts with you MEN. The main reason semen tastes bad in most American men is that their semen is very bitter and makes the woman want to throw up. Sorry, guys. I believe the taste of bitter semen triggers the innate reflex to vomit because, in nature, poisonous plants usually taste bitter — and our biology knows this. As a woman who loves sex and being sensual, I adore sucking head.
One morning, on a day where many of the Cosmopolitan team are nursing hangovers, I rather cruelly asked them: "What does cum taste like to you? Their responses ranged from: "Like accidentally swallowing sea water," and, "Salty. Warm," to, "certainly not my protein of choice," and "sour". Because I am above anything an ethical journalist, I won't reveal the names of my sources.