Should I Spit Or Swallow My Oral Semen?

When you’re doing oral sex, it can be difficult to decide what to do with the semen that comes out of your partner’s penis. Some women want to spit, while others prefer to swallow it.

There are pros and cons to both, but it’s ultimately a matter of preference. The decision should be made based on how both parties feel about it.

1. It’s sexy.

Swallowing can make you feel sexier, because it isn’t as “icky.” Swallowing also makes it easier to keep the orgasm going if the guy starts coming in your mouth. Plus, it can make the experience less awkward if your partner isn’t a fan of spitting.

On the other hand, swallowing can be off-putting if the guy’s semen tastes bad or smells. This may be a sign of diet, hygiene, or health issues in the guy and might not be something you can change.

The most important thing is to be comfortable and communicate with your partner(s). If you really hate spitting, don’t make them do it just to please you. Instead, try talking to them about why they don’t like it and find ways you can still have oral sex without spitting. For example, you could use a condom or go deeper with the deepthroating technique I mentioned above to avoid swallowing. Or, you could simply ask them to come on your chest and skip the whole mouth thing altogether. Just be sure to talk about STIs and use protection!

2. It’s polite.

When a woman is enjoying mouth sex, it can feel very intimate to have him spit his cum down your throat. Swallowing his semen shows that you’re comfortable with the experience and that you’re not afraid to show him your body, including your mouth.

Men love when their partner swallows their sperm and consider it a mark of respect. Unlike some women, many men are not grossed out by the idea of ingesting their own semen. Some even like the taste of their own sperm, which can range from bitter and salty to sickly sweet.

However, some people can’t swallow their cum for medical reasons. Swallowing semen can also cause infections. STIs such as chlamydia, herpes, gonorrhea, and syphilis can all be transmitted through oral sex. This is why it’s important to have an honest discussion with your partner about sex safety and use condoms whenever possible. This way, you can make sure that you’re not contracting any STIs during unprotected oral sex. Also, you should always have a medical checkup before having anal or vaginal sex.

3. It’s safe.

There’s no right or wrong way to sex, but it’s important that both partners feel comfortable with whatever they choose. For example, if swallowing cum isn’t something you want to do, don’t let it stress you out. Likewise, if you find spitting more pleasurable, that’s okay too.

If you prefer spitting, be sure to have a glass of water or a towel nearby so you can clean up quickly. Also, if you’re worried about the taste of his semen lingering in your mouth, try deep throating or chewing on ice cubes to neutralize it.

Incorporating oral sex into your sexual experience is an excellent way to add variety and spice to your relationship. Just be sure to use protection and discuss your preferences with your partner beforehand to avoid any discomfort or confusion. Also, don’t be afraid to ask for what you want – it’s not a sign of weakness to ask to spit! Just be sure to talk it through and make your wishes clear so that you both can enjoy the sexy benefits of oral sex.

4. It’s good for your brain.

If you’re a guy, swallowing can be a turn-on for some girls because it makes them feel like their cock is being loved, naughty and taboo. Swallowing also means you can keep the semen in your mouth for longer which some women find more satisfying than just spitting it away right after an orgasm.

It’s important to remember that swallowing carries the risk of transmitting STIs, which is something you want to take into account if you’re planning on having unprotected oral sex with a new partner. Semen contains pathogens that can cause chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, syphilis and HIV, all of which can be transmitted through the mouth or throat.

On the other hand, spitting doesn’t carry the same risks as it doesn’t involve any unprotected sex or open wounds in the mouth or throat. Plus, if you do spit, you can discreetly spit it into a tissue or toilet paper to make things even more discreet. This way you don’t have to hold his cock in your mouth and can move on to penetrative sex faster.

5. It builds intimacy.

Some women spit because they don’t like the taste, texture or smell of semen. And this is totally fine. Likewise, some women just don’t feel good swallowing it either. It might have to do with the consistency or something else altogether, but it’s not an issue that should be ignored.

However, some people enjoy the taboo or kinky aspect of swallowing sperm. They may find it stimulating or arousing, and this is perfectly okay too. This is why it’s important to talk about this with your partner ahead of time so that you can both come to a consensus and agree on how you want to do oral sex.

The most important thing to remember when it comes to spit or swallow is that you should always use protection while doing oral sex. In addition, you should have an open and honest dialogue with your partner about their sexual history to ensure that they are not at risk of contracting any STIs or HPV from you. This is important because you could be transferring these infections to them when you swallow their semen.