How to Mask the Taste of Semen
May 27th, 2013
If you’ve done even the quickest internet search on how to mask the taste of semen, you’ll find a lot of advice on changing your diet. Just a brief look told me that bananas, pineapple, honey, strawberries, large volumes of water and a full vegetarian diet are the key. Oh, and no alcohol or red meat.
I have some doubts about these theories.
To begin, let’s have a quick flashback to high school sex ed class: semen is produced in the prostate solely as a mode of transportation for the sperm. Semen is constantly regenerating itself; it tries to be ready when needed, but the more frequently a man ejaculates in a short time, the less semen volume there will be. A constant supply of these masking foods would need to be ingested in order to impact the taste of semen.
According to the Mayo Clinic, a healthy prostate diet includes a low-fat diet with lots of vegetables, foods high in zinc (including lean beef) and 2 glasses of alcohol per day. Did you catch that? The best diet for your prostate (the place where semen is produced) is contradictory to what will mask the taste of semen. Which leads me to believe that your body has no reason (or need or intention) for your semen to taste good.
This brings up a whole school of thought by evolutionary biologists that say your semen isn’t supposed to taste good (regardless of the diet you impose on yourself) because the mouth isn’t where semen was intended to go. If semen naturally tasted like pineapple or honey, it would end up in the belly, not the vagina. Ejaculation needs to enter the vagina for us to make more of us and keep the species going. The theory held by some evolutionary biologists is that semen tastes bad for a reason, so we don’t swallow it. But I believe we just haven’t evolved enough for it to taste good yet – sex for pleasure (not just procreation) is fairly new. Oral sex is extremely new. Perhaps at some point in the future we’ll evolve with great tasting semen…but, until then consider your options: pineapple in bulk or something more reliable – Masque.
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