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Women view sperm swallowing
I needed to know Do women actually take ejaculate into their mouths and then spit it out because they object to swallowing? At least, not anyone out of high school, and probably not even teenagers these days, given the extent of information and " entertainment " on the topic available to them on the internet. Most women and men enjoy "receiving" their partner's orgasm in their mouth as well.
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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. I swallow just because I like it. I find it a turn on to swallow rather than spit. Actually depends on what it tastes like.
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Scientists reveal swallowing sperm is surprising way to lower risk of miscarriage
Absolutely, positively, swallow. In fact, you ought to be swallowing ejaculate every chance you get. Woman or man, ejaculate is thought to be the concentrated yin and yang essence of your partner. According to ancient Taoist and Tantric traditions, absorbing it either orally or genitally men, you can also absorb female fluids via your penis , is meant to be profoundly nourishing and balancing.
Semen is known to contain hormones and proteins from the male, which could be useful to the mother to strengthen her immune system and improve tolerance. Scientists from Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands tested their theory comparing the pregnancy history and oral sex habits of women. Oral exposure to seminal fluid seems to influence pregnancy outcome in a positive way. The study found that 73 percent of women in the non-miscarriage group regularly gave oral sex and 57 percent of those in the miscarriage group engaged in the sex act frequently. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, men who spent more than an hour and a half each week engaging in physical activity outdoors had a 42 percent higher sperm concentration than those who spent no time outdoors.