Dec 032010
 

Question:

Why do guys like to cum (ejaculate) on their partners?

Answer:

Great question. Well, first of all, not all guys like to ejaculate on their partners. Some prefer to do it inside their partner, and/or inside a condom. Others prefer to do it in a towel/rag (some people call it a cum towel or cum cloth). Yet others like to ejaculate on themselves. It all depends on the guy you’re talking about.

In mainstream porn, the “cum shot” (the guy ejaculating on the woman’s chest/face/etc) has become extremely popular, and therefore has become popular in our culture. However, ejaculating on someone else’s face/chest/butt doesn’t change the ejaculation sensation. Ergo, if someone wants to be ejaculated on, then great; they should let their partner know that this activity turns them on and that they’d like to have that done. However, if someone does not in fact want this to happen, they should also explain to their partner that they are not into this activity, and would prefer for them to ejaculate else where.

This conversation should definitely be had before sexual play starts, so that there is no confusion at the moment of ejaculation as to where the penis should be pointing.

Hope that helps,

-Shanna

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  One Response to “Q and A: Ejaculating on Partners”

  1. Generally speaking, ejaculating *in* something–where the head of the penis is being stimulated during and after–is more pleasurable than working the shaft or withholding touch altogether during ejaculation.

    “Shooting your load” on someone is generally a fantasy generated by porn videos.

    Cumming while the penis is pressed up against the partner, or in the partner’s mouth, vagina, or anus, is more about pleasure than fantasy.

    And, as a side note, women who squirt can ‘cum’ on their partners, too.

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