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Do you let your boyfriend ejaculate inside of you?


My boyfriend and I are both STD free and have been having unprotected sex- although, he either puts a condom on before he cums or just pulls out and doesn't cum. And yes, I know about pre-cum! Anyways, I am on depo provera. I had two shots already and my third shot is in December. I know that no birth control is 100 percent effective except for abstinence but I was wondering if I should let my boyfriend ejaculate inside me. I really, really want him too. Every time we talk dirty, it's literally all I think about. I'm curious as to what it feels like for the girl.

Anyways, how many of you girls let your man cum inside you? How often? Any pregnancies? What does it feel like?
Thanks!

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henna-red henna-red 2 years 5 days
Bi, you are much better qualified for a challenge of this size...love it. Love to watch you work. My favorite episodes of real sex were educational because they taught tecniques for better oral sex....that's the only kind of education I'm looking for from a show like that.....there was a woman in NYC who taught a seminar on BJ's....she had a collection of dildoes, and each woman would choose the one that most resembled her guy.....and this woman had some real skills....money well spent so far as I was concerned. :)
BiWife BiWife 2 years 5 days
I never said there's only one spot on a woman. Never. You're the one that keeps trying to trap other people - if they don't agree with everything you say, they must be repressed sexphobes that don't want to do anything but missionary. Calm down, son. Like I said in both of my most recent posts here, it's important to give realistic expectations to people. Discovery channel does not do a scientific vetting process of every single show on their networks (they have several). Same thing with the History channels, they're not always factually correct. This is why it's important to fact check new info. I'm not saying don't experiment and see what works for you - that's the exact opposite of what I said. You're also wrong that there's no scientific proof of the female orgasm. Like also said before, there has been extensive research proving the existence of the g-spot/uterine sponge through sonograms and such - not just self-reported sensations.
Aquadave Aquadave 2 years 5 days
I saw it several times on Discovery channel, so they prob have no clue of what their talking about. Then I find several sites confirming, but they fakes too. while we're at it there is no scientific proof of a female orgasm in the first place, it's a myth. Just like I said earlier it's a trap. You can argue there is only 1 sensitive part on a female and no one should try to arouse a woman any other way because there is only 1 way and 1 way only. As I said a trap
BiWife BiWife 2 years 5 days
I'm all for finding new ways to increase everyone's pleasurable sex, but there's no sense in telling people a bunch of rumors and have them poking around for sensitive spots that don't exist or just aren't to the liking of that individual or their partner.
BiWife BiWife 2 years 5 days
1) Desmond Morris is a zoologist, not a specialist in human biology, nor does he provide any source/citations of the researchers of human biology that he gives as evidence in the link you provided. My library doesn't have his book, so I'm not able to check the full book The Naked Woman, which I'm assuming would go into greater detail than the website did - or at least I would hope it does. 2) Dr Chau (the "discoverer" of the AFE and sole researcher who has "verified" it's existence) self-published everything and his initial research was published in an obscure, non-peer reviewed journal 25 years ago. No further research has verified his results. There has been extensive physiological research/study done on the "urethral sponge", aka the G-spot, and shown physical changes/differences through sonograms. No such research has shown the same for the AFE. 3) I literally can't find *any* research on the U-spot that isn't self-published on websites trying to sell you a sex toy that's specifically made for that spot or a "hey guys! want to make your woman cum faster and harder than ever before!?! lick the backside of her clit! it's called a cul-de-sac!". Sorry, but there's zero scientific evidence to validate this being anything other than being able to indirectly stimulate the clitoris through the urethral wall. it is a different type of sensation, just like the difference between licking the hood and licking the clit directly. the link you provided just says "American clinicians" discovered it and has no further info. If you have a better resource than Google Scholar for scientific research, I'll be glad to check there as well, but sadly I no longer have my Lexus-Nexus subscription to get a larger archive to search through.
Aquadave Aquadave 2 years 5 days
You should read I combine porn with health channel. There is no best way for everybody, but there are best ways for every individual. Some like getting their feet rubbed some don't some like swallowing some don't, and some like cum inside them and some don't, but for all those maybe they never had it right. you need to understand different techniques and apply them to your lover find what makes the two of you happy. Just because you like something one way with one person you might like something you never liked before with someone else. The worse thing is to have a I will not try to learn any other ways or positions for sex attitude. Keeping your head in the sand is not healthy
Aquadave Aquadave 2 years 5 days
The A-Spot, AFE-zone or Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone. Also referred to as the Epicentre, this is a patch of sensitive tissue at the inner end of the vaginal tube between the cervix and the bladder, described technically as the 'female degenerated prostate'. (In other words, it is the female equivalent of the male prostate, just as the clitoris is the female equivalent of the male penis.) Direct stimulation of this spot can produce violent orgasmic contractions. Unlike the clitoris, it is not supposed to suffer from post-orgasmic over-sensitivity. http://www.heretical.com/miscella/g-spots.html
BiWife BiWife 2 years 5 days
*edit: should read "we have so many issues culturally because people learn horribly unsafe and incorrect practices from PORN alone (due to lack of sex ed and a puritanical mainstream view of sex in general) and get unrealistic expectations for their sex life."
Aquadave Aquadave 2 years 5 days
LOL I'm not getting trapped in that again!!! you're just looking for an argument. Look it up yourself. Last time I c/p facts about one of my claims not only did yall argue with facts yall got all pissy at me. BTW orgasms are important
BiWife BiWife 2 years 6 days
Can anyone actually cite any real data about these additional types of orgasms? All the stuff I've seen is a bunch of guys trying to brag about their sexual prowess and come up with the most categories of orgasms (that they aren't having, btw). Real Sex was sometimes educational, but not always (verify information you get from a reality tv show with a credible medical source, please). Having great photo angles does not a scientific hypothesis make either. http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/all-about-sex/201103/all-orgasms-are-the-same-different "I hope people, both men and women, stop feeling hung up on the "kind" of orgasms they or their lovers experience. Instead of wondering why you or a lover has or doesn't have orgasms one way or another, the important thing is to provide safe, gentle, loving, nurturing caresses that allow both partners to relax deeply and become aroused enough to come--however it happens."
henna-red henna-red 2 years 6 days
I have just got basic cable again, after 10 years of none...have to have cable to have tv where I live now....so there are soooo many things I've never had a chance to watch. I'll have to look for Canadian discovery health. I know I've always loved Sue, the canadian nurse who had/has? a show...radio and tv....call in, write in with any question on sex you want. Loved her...didn't matter what you asked, she was forthright. And she would preview and critique all of the new sex toys coming on the market. I'm thinking Canada isn't quite so puritanical as the U.S. around sex. :)
Aquadave Aquadave 2 years 6 days
LOL That's what they said on the health channel, but it is a spot and it does have a name I forget though. I watched the Canadian discovery health and it was VERY educational and VERY close to porn. They had cameras in there during real sex, and real people showing how to get in different positions. very scientific though
henna-red henna-red 2 years 6 days
cool, thanx. I know some women are very sensitive about having their cervix actually touched. It's not actually an easy thing for me to find....physical oddity, so unless a guy is....well, you get it. I used to totally love Real Sex on HBO....miss it and wish it was available on DVD....but I guess they were never released, and so copies of the show are very few and far between, and expensive. Very disappointing. I wish they produce that series again, fun and very instructive. :)
Aquadave Aquadave 2 years 6 days
Henna I became pretty good at sex from watching porn and discovery health LOL. And I know there are LOTS of sensitive nerves where the vagina and cervix meet they even have a name for it, and it's the 3rd of 4 different ways for a woman to orgasm.. i know the women I'm with feel it and tell me they like it and it's not just the pulsation it's the ejaculation
Cindy20 Cindy20 2 years 6 days
I'm posting to reinforce those women who suggest getting expert advice from Planned Parenthood and your OB/GYN. I also find that the health nurse at my university is good to consult as well. Our personal health and safety should never be left to opinion. Like others I'm on birth control because I really enjoy having sex with a guy I'm going steady with. In the last two months since my BF checked out as being STD free he has begged me to let him come inside me. My past BF's always used condoms even though they were STD free and so despite the good advice out there I let him ejaculate inside me. Despite my initial anxiety I was terrifically surprised that I could actually feel his seed flooding inside me. I had read that this was impossible due to the lack of nerves. Well, it turns out that I'm one of the few exceptions. My orgasms are much stronger when he comes inside me and the feeling afterwards is wonderful. The quality of these orgasms plus the strong feeling of intimacy we have when he releases makes up for all the untidiness after.
DJ-Osiris DJ-Osiris 2 years 1 week
My girlfriend and I have condom-less sex and I cum inside her all the time. She says the pulsating of the penis inside her at that moment feels amazing. So if you are taking the proper precautions and you are both truly monogamous, I say go for it! Try not to over-think sex too much. Just do what you wanna do and have fun doing it. As long as you both being safe, you should have no worries! :)
henna-red henna-red 2 years 1 week
Dave, there are very few nerve endings in the back of a woman's vagina....the vast majority are around the top third.....so most of the actual, physical feeling, is of the man's body, and his reaction to his orgasm. Doesn't matter what guy you're with so far as physiology is concerned. A lot of the "feeling" is that exultation that happens when a man is open, vulnerable, and expressive....and the feeling that you've shared that incredible openess with him, that he's found such satisfaction, such immense physical feeling in you. I'm assuming that when you let go.....you really let go! :)
Aquadave Aquadave 2 years 1 week
WOW for you who don't feel it, you're with the wrong guy. Women always ask me to cum inside them. They love a powerful ejaculation inside them. Now you that think it's messy and stinks. let me tell you, when yall squirt all over the place, yeah it hot for a little bit but then it wet cold sheets and it don't smell like flowers. But if you're not having Hot Nasty Stinky Sweaty Sex you're not having fun or you're a cold fish
BiWife BiWife 2 years 1 week
"As far as the mess afterward, you just buy one of those rubber red douche bottles at CVS in the female maintenace department and use it with water in the shower to clean everything out nice again." yeah... no... douches are bad for feminine hygiene. they kill off/flush out good bacteria and leave a woman susceptible to yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, etc. There are *very* few doctors/obgyn's that will endorse the use of douches for ANY reason. Same thing goes for feminine washes/soaps like summer's eve & massengil. Douches, washes/soaps, and deodorants are all chock full of irritants and things that many women are allergic/sensitive to. PLEASE talk to your doctor/OBGYN before using any of these products.
gdm0594 gdm0594 2 years 1 week
I can tell you from a man's point of view, to thrust your penis into the woman you love as deep as you can at the point of climax so the semen will enter her as far up as possible and have the greatest chance to impregnate her waiting eggs is also a human instinctive reaction that men "Just Do", it not only feels incredibly Great! beyond words, but really seals the deal. Having the man ejaculate in you also tells him you are comitted to him, you love him, and you want that little gift from him burried up inside you where it was meant to be. The whole process makes the orgasmic cycle so explosive and addictive, you will want it more and more. As far as the mess afterward, you just buy one of those rubber red douche bottles at CVS in the female maintenace department and use it with water in the shower to clean everything out nice again. Of course your man will have to re-load and fill you up again latter, but that's the fun of it all.
Charlie3105148 Charlie3105148 2 years 4 weeks
He also did a lot. Like in the same day 0.0
Charlie3105148 Charlie3105148 2 years 4 weeks
I have had sex with my boyfriend and he cummed in me. I'm not sure if I am pregnant or not. But I do have symptoms of pregnancy and not sure if I could be or not..
SaraSharma SaraSharma 2 years 5 weeks
Embarrassing but true. I find the thought of being made pregnant really erotic (I have a contraceptive implant so hopefully won't). The whole thing about a guy cumming in me and having his baby and surrendering to this is overwhelming. I know that at some point in making love with a guy this thought just comes into my head 'give me a baby'. I try to be careful and use condoms but sometimes I just want the thought of a man cumming in me. Outside of bed i am a very boring single professional woman and just find this so unlike the normal me, but I guess it is just biology and I just try to plan ahead and make sure that the guy knows to use condoms before I get carried away. What does not go down well is to suddenly shout out 'I want your baby' (yes I have done) as I cum.
bellaseyes bellaseyes 2 years 7 weeks
Me and my boyfriend have been dating for a while now, and every time he cums inside of my I can feel him throbbing, it is the best feeling in the world, and clean up isn't so bad
lilbaby lilbaby 2 years 11 weeks
Well I have had the depo shot three times and it is a good birth control and I let my boyfriend cum inside me all the time it doesn't really feel like nothing but however I've researched and been told during your two week window is not the time to let him cum inside of you cause chances are you will be pregnant I made that choice to let him not really remembering aand I'm. Waiting to see what the out come is