Fly away like a...  

KhaosKitty 42F
109 posts
8/26/2005 1:58 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Fly away like a...

So, in reading another weary traveller's blog - great read TT! - I was confronted with a question that I have been pondering for some time. And now I pose that question to you lot.

Why would anyone NOT swallow?

To me, a blow job is an all inclusive experience. I love the feel of the cock sliding in and out of my mouth. I love the sound that the man makes as I suck harder or softer. I love the smell of his sweat. I love the sight of him in all his male glory. But most of all, I love the way he tastes.

I read once that a man tastes like hazelnut milk. Now, I can't confirm or deny that comparison, but I can say to me that men taste like sex. And just like sex, each time is different slightly - made so by the partner or the environment. Cigarettes make a man bitter. Strawberries make him sweet. Other things affect the taste in other ways. It is ALWAYS worth the effort of swallowing, though.

My other question is one of ettiquette. Honestly, how can one have a cock in one's mouth and politely spit? I don't think it's possible. I consulted several ettiquette books, but oddly enough none have any entries at all on blow jobs, let alone graceful ways to avoid the most obvious - to me - end result. Maybe I need new ettiquette books.

I guess it all comes down to this for me: If you aren't enjoying what you are doing to the utmost, why do it at all?

Thoughts, comments, rude remarks?


emm 46M

8/27/2005 3:49 am

It happened to me to get a blow job from a girl and she kept it in her mouth than kissed me....so i tasted myself.....honestly ....it s not the best taste ...tastes like...nothing for me...I suppose it is very much psicologically influenced the taste of it...I don t really know...

Swallow or not...might be about ..."power"??


TantricTraveller 44M
45 posts
8/27/2005 6:04 am

Hi KK

Most women I have been with either don't like the taste, or don't like the experience of suddenly copping a load of cum on the back of the throat (gag reflex). Usually my partners either warn me, or appologise afterwards if they don't swallow.

I don't hold it against someone if they don't swallow, but am certainly grateful if they do

TT


Blasfemusbill 52M
1 post
8/27/2005 1:18 pm

Ahhh, Kitty. You're a girl after my own heart! Would that others felt the same way as you. The difference between a blowjob with a swallow and one without is the difference between a Hostess cupcake and chocolate mousse; the cupcake may do in a pinch, but it's a shadow of a tongue-paralyzing mousse


TantricTraveller 44M
45 posts
8/27/2005 6:23 pm

Hi emm. Not entirely sure who's power you mean. Regardless, if swallowing is about power over your partner then I think there are bigger issues here.

Sex for me is all about fun and enjoyment for everyone involved. Not about playing games, or seeking control (unless that is a fantasy and part of the fun of course).

TT


KhaosKitty 42F
123 posts
8/27/2005 6:45 pm

Sex - and blow jobs - isn't a punishment or reward. It isn't strength or weakness. It is what it is: a fun way to share yourself with your partner/s.

You know, I think that if people could keep that in mind, the world would be a happier place. But I could be wrong.


TantricTraveller 44M
45 posts
8/27/2005 10:36 pm

KK - Couldn't agree with you more. I expect that the world would be a happier place

TT


rm_RandCypher 44M
11 posts
8/30/2005 3:12 pm

Hahah, maybe I can suggest a polite way to not swallow, as it happened to me once. A woman once told me that she does not swallow for whatever reason, but she did have a creative way to...dispose of the aftermath. She let it pour out of her mouth and let it drip down her chin...then rubbed it on herself. While I would have prefered that she swallow, it was a nice way of avoiding it.

Just to be a devil's advocate, would being a vegan be a valid reason to not swallow? Assuming you accept the initial premise of being a vegan in the first place as valid, of course.


KhaosKitty 42F
123 posts
8/31/2005 1:34 am

Hmmmm... I hadn't thought of it from that perspective before. I suppose that being a vegan might excuse you from certain... ummm... duties, shall we say.

I'll have to start in on that book as soon as I have a minute to spare, Timid. Wanna help?


youdneverknow 48M

8/31/2005 10:29 am

Nah - vegans generally (note: GENERALLY) are out to not be cruel to animals and there is nothing about swallowing that is cruel to animals. In fact - you could argue not swallowing is being cruel to an animal - the partner!

Just chiming in!

YNK


rm_RandCypher 44M
11 posts
9/1/2005 12:58 am

Actually, cruelty (or condoning of killing animals by consuming flesh is more the reason for vegetarians. Vegans are different in that they do not consume any animal by-product. No cheese, milk, eggs, etc..and none of these products actually harm the animal, except eggs.


rm_RandCypher 44M
11 posts
9/1/2005 12:59 am

Actually, cruelty (or condoning of killing animals by consuming flesh) is more the reason for vegetarians. Vegans are different in that they do not consume any animal by-product. No cheese, milk, eggs, etc..and none of these products actually harm the animal, except eggs.


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