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Speaking of Jizz Fetishism


Simon Sheppard, QSyndicate.com

It's white, hot, and sticky. And some guys love it – really, really love it.

Yep, it's jizz, spooge, baby batter. Semen. And while a cum shot is always welcome after a hard night in bed, some fellas totally fetishize the stuff.

It's not that hard to understand. Semen's the product of lust, produced at a moment of high excitement. Drenched with DNA, it's a salty-sweet souvenir of a sex partner, a liquid gift that – unlike many tricks – sticks around, at least on unlaundered sheets.

Some liquid-loving guys long to have their eager faces dripping with streams of semen. Others prefer a bigger bath, having their bodies awash in a sea of warm juices. "I'm a real cum whore," says one man, proudly. "I just can't get enough. Squat over me, let it fly, cover my chest with it, and I'm happy."

While most of us wipe and shower spooge off, others prefer to let it dry, as a crusty reminder of orgasms past. "There's nothing better," avers the self-described cum whore, "than waking up and looking down at the traces of another man's pleasure." The quest for cum can even be a long-distance pursuit; one online cruiser asks men he has cybersex with to jack off into a condom and mail him the captured spunk.

And then there are those who are into consuming cream. Plenty of men swallow jizz like it's the last drop of water in a sizzling desert. "I'm always thirsty," says one, "for a protein shake." Risky? Well, sucking (or getting sucked) can pass on sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and syphilis. But oral-sex HIV infection is rare, most likely occurring through breaks in the gums or mucus membrane. Unfortunately, as we all know, spooge up the butt is a lot more perilous, a major route of HIV transmission. "I'd love to get screwed without a rubber," a horny-but-conscientious guy says. "The idea of having my hole filled with another man's sperm really excites me. But things are what they are, and I've gotta play safe."

As common as cum worship may be, some people treat the sticky stuff as though it's a sacred relic. Many of us have been known to inhale the scent of a well-soaked Kleenex after a buddy has left. But some go beyond that. "I've asked boyfriends to give me a pair of briefs they've shot off into repeatedly," proclaims a Calvins collector. "Then when I'm jacking off, I stick my face in them and sniff." Some sprightly hunks have even turned the used-underwear kink into a cottage industry, selling their stiffened jockstraps on their websites.

Other men are even more devoted spooge collectors. "I know of a guy who keeps little labeled plastic baggies of his tricks' spunk," attests one fellow. "It sounds like an urban legend, maybe, but it's not. I've seen his collection. Of course, the stuff gets pretty funky-looking after a while, but that doesn't seem to bother him."

It�s safe to say that many of us queer men love semen – if not its taste, its smell; or if not its smell, its texture. At least we love its appearance. But there are those aficionados who, in the manner of fetishists everywhere, make their kink the focus of their affections, instead of their partner as a whole. Should you be one of those fetishistic fellows in hot pursuit of the gooey grail – whether you're into kneeling in front of a glory hole and being fed anonymous loads, or you're stocking a museum of cum-filled vials in your freezer – rest assured that you're not alone.

You're just more than a little kinky for cum.

Simon Sheppard is the author of Kinkorama: Dispatches from the Front Lines of Perversion



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