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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 cum tasting emotion. Taste has also been closely tied to the ability to learnand what better way to learn than with a study buddy? Sharing a gustatory adventure with another person is such a special and unique sensory experience. It can be a sexy harbinger of things to come. Tasting another intimately is so personal, so bonding, and can be incredibly hot. But what might they actually taste like? For one, the ingredients are totally different.

Coming Soon Do you mind the taste of cum? Not at all Not at all Male ejaculate is mostly made up of fluid. Like the rest of the human body, it contains a high percentage of water. This fluid has some more citric acid and potassium, but also houses other components, such as prostate-specific antigen, magnesium, calcium, sodium, zinc, prostatic acid phosphatase, and two other kinds of enzymes.

On top of that, there is a slight amount of lubricating protein offered by the bulbourethral and urethral glands. Interestingly, female ejaculate is similar in content to male ejaculate. It happens to also contain fructose, glucose, and prostatic acid phosphatase, as well as prostate-specific antigen. So, have at it! Depending on several factors, including diet, hydration, and the concentrations of each component, the taste of both male and female ejaculate can vary lo. That said, taste is largely dependent on flavor and texture. Generally, the texture of semen is that of a viscous fluid.

The amount of protein present and the frequency of ejaculation demonstrate a fair amount of sway over viscosity in male ejaculate. Conversely, if there is less protein present or the person ejaculating has already done so recently, it will likely be thinner. The viscosity of semen is subject to change for many reasons. Alterations can occur due to food and fluid intake, as well as sexual and physical cum tasting. Changes can even take place after certain medical procedures.

Vasectomy, for instance, is a cum tasting procedure performed with the goal of preventing the sperm from reaching the urethra. The urethra is the anatomical pathway the semen takes to leave the body. The result of a vasectomy is that there is little to no chance of sperm being present during ejaculation. The lower the viscosity, the thinner the ejaculate. However, the change in the volume of ejaculate was not found to be ificant.

So, obviously the viscosity and therefore the texture of male ejaculate can fluctuate wildly. Female ejaculate can have varying consistencies, as well, and is best described as a milky liquid. In the realm of flavorthe fructose in both male and female ejaculatory fluid can impart a very mild sweetness. This sweetness can sometimes be more pronounced depending on the concentration of fructose and, also, glucose the other sugar present in these fluids. Remember, the amounts of sugar are not gargantuan, so any flavor imparted is going to be minimal.

In male ejaculate, the electrolytes—particularly sodium—can render a somewhat salty flavor. This is normal and somewhat expected. Female ejaculate, on the other hand, is less frequently represented as being salty. Interestingly, individuals with a history of vasectomy produce semen with a more muted flavor.

This make sense, because in the aforementioned study on vasectomy, the pH of the semen prior to surgery was higher more alkaline and the pH of the post-procedure semen was lower, closer to 7. Female ejaculate can also sometimes have a bitter taste, though the reason for this is not as well-documented in the literature. While a chemical taste might seem alarming at first, it helps to remember that bleach actually has a pretty high pH.

Recall that semen is also alkaline. This is partly due to its many alkaline components calcium, magnesium, and zinc, to name a few. That alkalinity is actually where this quirky scent and taste come from. Coming Soon Are you more likely to spit or swallow? Spit Spit In theory. There are a variety of factors that seem to alter both the texture and flavor of ejaculate for better and for worse. In particular, many studies have been done on the effect of diet and dietary supplements on the quality and composition of male cum tasting.

These studies found that ejaculate is influenced by dietary intake. However, as science is more concerned with improving the viability of sperm possibly because fertility is a multibillion-dollar industrymany of these studies focus on the effects of dietary intake on sperm, specifically. Although the disinterest of scientists regarding the taste of ejaculate is somewhat regrettable, their work does teach us one important thing: the choices we make about dietary intake do affect more than just our stomachs!

Dietary intake affects both male and female genital organs in a variety of ways, from protecting against cellular damage to ensuring proper pH and microbiological balance. If only we knew more about this from the scientific community!

Michael Castelman, a San Francisco-based journalist who writes extensively on the topic of sex, agrees with this lamentation. Hydration tends to dilute your bodily fluids, which also dilutes their taste. But, if you add a cup of fresh water to that drop of salt water before drinking it, the taste of the salt will be far less noticeable.

Certain fruits and juices cum tasting been anecdotally linked to better tasting male and female ejaculate. Pineapple is probably the celebrity of this genre. Apple juice also has a rumored positive effect. Lesser known good-doers in this realm include: kiwi, lemon, blueberry, cranberry, cherry and cherry juicepeach, plum, nectarine, and date. The sweetness contributed to bodily fluids by such fruits and juices may be due to a higher concentration of fructose, glucose, and even citric acid being introduced through the ingestion of that food.

These foods—especially those which are particularly acidic—may also slightly manipulate the pH that is, the acidity or basicity of ejaculate to make it more pleasant to taste. It is already known for producing malodorous urine. Much to our chagrin, the vegetable has also been implicated in causing a similarly unsavory experience in the smell and taste of both male and female ejaculate. The culprit here is most likely asparagusic acid. The lesser-known troublemaking veggies: broccoli and spinach.

These vegetables are suggested to imbue ejaculate with a sharp and pungent taste. Celery contains a massive amount of water, which is great for your hydration. Furthermore, it also packs a ton of vitamin C, which urologist Nelson Bennett believes could counteract some of the saltiness in male ejaculate.

Coming Soon Do you expect your partner to return the favor when you give oral? Oh, they better! There are a of other foods, drinks, and substances which can do not-so-nice things to your ejaculate. Some herbs and spices thought to be especially beneficial to your personal taste are cinnamon which also has antioxidant and antimicrobial propertieswheatgrass, parsley, and two different members of the mint family, spearmint and peppermint.

These herbs can all improve the palatability of your ejaculate. Ultimately, what you put in your body and what you do with your body are up to you. But having this information may give us all extra incentive to eat and drink more mindfully. It helps to know that making healthier choices about food and hydration can stimulate a more satisfying sex life, especially when indulging in a full sensory experience with your partner. After all, people come together around taste.

Madison Lei is a writer and alternative relationship columnist who specializes in consensual kink and power exchange relationships. She loves writing about sexuality, kink, and communication with a focus on education to ensure people understand that sex, kink, and power exchange can be fulfilling, enriching, and healthy.

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