BuzzFeed Science had the opportunity to chat about semen with Dr. It turns out semen is pretty freaking baller, and we have the facts to prove it. Spermatazoa, or sperm, is the name given to the reproductive cell that looks like a tadpole. Seminal fluid is the stuff that the tadpole swims in.
The bigger you are, the harder you fall, and the bigger you cum, the harder she cums, too. The answer: a lot, apparently! Researcher Andrea Burri of the European Institute for Sexual Health realized women have a lot of opinions about semen in her clinical work and decided to investigate some of them. The study was recently published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. I noticed that many women find it very distressing when their male partner suffers from delayed ejaculation or the inability to ejaculate — mostly because it gives them the feeling of not being desired or attractive. While orgasm opinions are obviously subjective and individual, many women do use some basic, universal metrics to assess how good any sexual interaction was, and how you cum and how much you cum make the list.
It only takes me minutes to cum a couple of times and then I am done. Marathons hold no interest for me and can make me very sore. Give me your Minutemen, kinda, and I am happy as a clam! Even when he does have to finish himself that takes around minutes, and when he is finishing himself up, he wants me to be all over his neck, biting his ears, and rubbing my tits in his face.
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Pre-ejaculate, sometimes called precum, is a clear fluid that is released when a man becomes sexually aroused, but before he ejaculates. Pre-ejaculate fluid neutralizes any acidity left by urine in the urethra, protecting sperm that flows through. Men produce differing amounts of precum, from a few drops to about a teaspoon. Generally, the amount is nothing to worry about. In rare cases, men produce much more fluid, and there have been reports of men whose clothes are soiled when they become aroused.