Using food in oral sex
Gobble up these tips on yummifying your parts and becoming an oral-sex maestro.
You might not be what you eat
Old wives’ tales suggest loading up on pineapples, kiwi, strawberries and other sweet, juicy fruits can make your fluids more snackable. However, there’s never been a study that proves that theory (or disproves it). Lest you wonder what in the world scientists are wasting their time on if they’re not studying how to yummify oral sex, just imagine what such a study would look like. Can you imagine asking people to come into a lab and taste strangers’ ejaculate or vaginal fluids? Who would volunteer for such a study? And would you really trust their judgment? Until we find the James Beard of down under, old wives’ tales may be all we have. At least these fruits are healthy, so go ahead and test these theories in your home lab.
A better reason to pay attention to what you eat is there have been several reports of women having allergic reactions to their partner’s semen, particularly in instances when their guy ate something she was allergic to (like walnuts or hot peppers). If you’re going to binge on your partner’s arch-enemy allergen, use a condom.