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    How do I overcome a partner with a strong scent/taste? I really want to go down on him, but his natural scent and taste makes me want to gag. He also puts out a lot of precum, which doesn't help.

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    Generally, you should feel comfortable asking him to keep his pubic hair short and pay attention to his hygiene. Most men will take this the right way, they just need to be told.

    There are different theories on semen taste, probably the most important is to drink a lot of water because that's the #1 ingredient. #2 is sugar (mostly fructose) so a healthy diet that includes fresh fruit is good (this is also good advice just in general).

    Overall, if you tell a guy, "Please do this because it will make me feel better about going down on you" they will pretty much do as they are told. Trust me on this.

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    Its not hygene, even freshly showered. Its not even that it smells/tastes BAD, because honestly it doesn't smell/taste much different from **me** but there's just this odd little undercurrent that gets me. I've only been with two people in my life, I think its just an acquired taste that I don't have yet... : /

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    best fruit for helping with the taste of cum is pineapple. Eat daily

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    It may be a acquired taste but it can and does vary with diet. I'm not sure what does it but I know what you mean about an undercurrent of taste. Sort of a bitterness sometimes? I know people say salty, I don't notice that so much as the bitter.

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    Just my opinion, but there seems to be a wider range of taste between men then there (generally) is with women. Of course extremes in the bad sense in both genders.

    You can try eating something before sex that retains the flavor in your mouth to help counter an unpleasant taste. If the actual swallowing is when the taste gets to you the most you can try a couple options. Washing it down with a glass of water or juice you keep handy if your guy (like most) wants you to swallow what he releases. Downside to that is it being obvious he tastes bad enough you can't take it as a straight "shot."

    Second option that many men like as much as you swallowing it is to just keep it in your mouth. After he's done, let him see you push it out from your mouth so it runs down your chin onto your chest. Telling him you love him or love pleasing him while you smear his sperm on your chest with your fingers appeals to a "porn" fantasy many men have. It's messy and requires a shower, but gets you out of swallowing a load of yucky stuff if you just can't do that.

    As others said, it's an aquired taste but maybe the above will help if you just never learn to deal with it well (if not actually enjoy it).

    Thankfully women have more options to control taste, scent, etc with washes, etc. if they are highly acidic and just to strong in a bad way for a guy to eat them. But good or bad varies on what men like too. In the past I never had anyone say anything either way who gave me oral, I've always been clean and fresh as possible assuming men want "neutral".

    The first few times my BF and I had sex I was all kinds of prepared and he loves giving oral for closeness, feel, and a bunch of other reasons. He didn't say anything either.

    But the 1st time we made love at the end of a day spent together he went wild compared to previous sex when he went down on me and moaned like crazy with enjoyment for the first time. Afterwards he told me how much more beautiful I tasted and he enjoyed my scent more because I tasted and smelled like pu****y instead of like nothing. He's more aroused by the taste and sent that is normal than eating something neutralized or masked (best I can describe). Not dirty, just the small and taste being natural or more than neutral.

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    The best advice anyone can give is just to be willing and open to new things, but also be honest with yourself. As a guy, I can tell you that women fall into three categories. First there are the ones who can give head and swallow and it's not an issue for them, it's simply a part of their sexual identity, and the guy just gets to relax and count his blessings, knowing he's got one of those women in his life.

    The second type are the ones who can do it but it requires an effort, a deliberate step outside their comfort zone. If that's you, know that there is nothing wrong with this, and feel no shame about it. If you have to work yourself up to giving him the "royal treatment" once a year on his birthday, well, any guy who's worth it will be just as grateful. It's also fun for the guy, knowing if he's on his best behavior or does something extra sweet, you might be in the mood to go the extra mile that night. It's just as erotic, in it's own way. Even more so, when a woman steps into unknown territory, just because, you know, she actually loves the guy.

    The third type won't do it at all, and there are many reasons for this, no need to go into all of it. Like I said, just be honest with yourself. Everything else flows from that.

    Good luck.

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    Richard has a good point but I'd add for myself it depends on how I feel about the man. A bj is a different kind of intimacy. It is fairly one sided in that the one recieving is the full focus and the giver isn't getting anything but the satisfaction of giving. It does put you up close and personal with hygiene - if there are any issues.

    Some men I wouldn't do it for. It really depends on my feeling for them. If and when I'm with a man a really care for, who is into it, I love it!

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    As a guy,how about you suggest you wash him! My wife had a similar problem,it worked! And to be fair,you must tell him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildChild View Post
    Richard has a good point but I'd add for myself it depends on how I feel about the man. A bj is a different kind of intimacy. It is fairly one sided in that the one recieving is the full focus and the giver isn't getting anything but the satisfaction of giving.
    No two women approach it the same way. Some women do love the eroticism of penis / mouth intimacy, and eagerly anticipate the moment when he comes and she gets to takes it all in. Guys with experience can tell, just as women can tell if a man loves going down on them.

    Also, some women get off on the power of it. As much as I hate to say this, I've gotten the best oral from women who felt like they were competing for my attention. I would never deliberately play on a woman's jealousy (men who do that are pigs), but there's something special about how women behave when they know they don't have you around their little finger, at least not yet...

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