Sometimes, when mouths and penises do stuff together, people end up ingesting semen—it's simply a part of life. Usually, it's a conscious decision. Other times, it sneaks up on you; you have nowhere to spit it out, and down the hatch it goes. But what happens when you swallow semen, anyway—besides an ensuing struggle to figure out what it tastes like?
14 Things to Know About Swallowing Semen
Swallowing Semen: 14 Things to Know About Safety, Benefits, More
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Is Swallowing Semen Bad for You?
In my clinical practice, I'm always looking for ways to help women reduce their aversions to certain sexual acts or bodily fluids — like swallowing semen, for example. Of course, it's always helpful to have science on your side when making a case. Unfortunately, for many of the women I treat, the flames of passion are all too often extinguished. But based on my knowledge of evolutionary sexology, I've come up with a useful clinical intervention — and I see it working every day. It's based on the theory that seminal plasma the fluid that provides nutrients and protection for sperm, consisting of a complex range of organic and inorganic constituents may have many health benefits.
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