- Better Man in brief …
- You must get her permission before climaxing anywhere besides in a condom.
- Since it comes from you, it’s your responsibility to clean it up.
- If you ejaculate on her body, don’t rub it in after the fact.
“Make sure to get an idea of where she draws the line when it comes to your climactic fluids.“
Women are lucky in that they can have an orgasm pretty much anywhere and not have to worry about leaving behind any telltale substances. Men, on the other hand, know that the end result of their pleasure includes a mess to clean up. This means that you should have an ejaculation etiquette plan that includes where it goes, where it doesn’t go, how it’s cleaned up, and how it’s disposed of. Much of this is dependent on your partner’s likes and dislikes, so make sure to get an idea of where she draws the line when it comes to your climactic fluids.
Here is the AM breakdown of ejaculation etiquette based on location and situation. Also included are hints about what you absolutely should never do when it comes to ejaculation etiquette.
If you’re having sex without a condom (which should only be done with a girl you’re confident won’t give you an STI), you’ll likely end up finishing inside her. Make sure to get her permission, and understand the birth control situation before coming inside her. This option lifts most of the cleanup responsibility off of you since your ejaculate is now literally up in her business. She will likely excuse herself to go to the bathroom and clean up there. There is a possibility that some of your stuff could leak out before she makes her way to the bathroom. In this case, the onus is back on you to clean up your mess.
Etiquette reminder: Don’t tell her that you won’t ejaculate inside her and then do it anyway.
In a condom
When using protection, the condom should be removed immediately after you ejaculate, before you lose your erection. This will prevent any sperm from escaping and slopping all over her or the bed. Tie the end off so nothing leaks out and place it in the garbage — not the toilet or the floor.
Etiquette reminder: Don’t ask her to take the used condom off for you. That’s your responsibility.
In her mouth
The ejaculation etiquette involved in oral sex is a little more complex. First of all, you have to determine whether or not she wants to swallow. Once this is established, it’s nice to let her know when to expect your orgasm so she can either prepare to swallow and avoid gagging or switch to a different method of stimulation, like using her hand, to finish you off. You don’t have to make a big announcement of it. A simple, “It’s time,” would do, or you could agree on a subtler signal that you’re about to erupt.
Etiquette reminder: Don’t hold her head so she has no choice but to swallow. That’s a good way to never get a blow job again.
There are still a few more ejaculation etiquette reminders you need to know… Next Page