What Is A Creampie?

A creampie as it refers to sex is the act of ejaculating into a partner’s vagina, anus, or mouth — but the reasons people like and do it go deeper than that.
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The simplest definition of a creampie as it refers to sex is the act of ejaculating into a partner’s vagina, anus, or mouth — but its nuance goes a little deeper than that.

Creampies are mostly about what happens immediately after cumming inside — specifically, an orifice being filled by or overflowing with semen.

Creampies, sometimes known as an internal cum shot or money shot, became popular in porn beginning in the late 1990s, although people enjoyed them long before that.

If you’re turned on by the idea of jizz dripping or seeping out of your partner’s body (or yours), you might be into creampies — and you’re in good company.

What Is A Creampie?

A creampie involves ejaculating into a partner’s vagina, anus, or mouth. This is most commonly accomplished with a penis, but ejaculating dildos are an option, too.

(Yes, those are really a thing.)

What makes it a creampie, though, is when you can see the ejaculate, usually dripping out of wherever it’s been…deposited.

This can occur in any orifice a penis can penetrate.

  • Vaginal creampies are the most well-known, primarily because that’s what happens during penis-in-vagina (PIV) sex if no condoms are used.
  • Anal creampies are sometimes called reverse money shots, but the concept is the same.
  • Oral creampies typically occur when the partner who’s giving a blowjob is also a swallower. Part of the turn-on may involve seeing the semen in their mouth before they swallow it. These creampies are also known as “throatpies.”

The concept of creampies as something more than just the “natural” progression of PIV sex without a condom was created in the ‘90s by the porn industry.

According to porn archivist Jeff Vanzetti in an interview with Vice, showing the image of a vagina or anus dripping with semen was meant to add some variety in porn.

But fans loved it and promoted the idea of creampies online, with sites being devoted to their favorite shots.

It didn’t take long for the idea of creampies to almost become “mainstream” as a sex act.

In 2013, creampies became the second most-searched term on Pornhub.

How To Create A Creampie

Creampies are fairly simple to do. You don’t need special training or porn-level agility for this one.

During penetrative sex — vaginal, anal, or oral — ejaculate at the end without pulling out or wearing a condom.

Ta-da! You’ve cum inside your partner and now you’ve got a creampie.

If the dripping effect is a turn-on, the penetrating partner can pull out slightly as they orgasm. This often creates an ooze of semen that creampies are best known for.

Alternatively, the partner receiving the creampie vaginally or anally can squeeze their pelvic muscles to create a satisfying gush on their own.

Oral creampies do not have to be swallowed to “count” as creampies — the recipient can roll the semen over their tongue, let it drip down their chin, or even play with it using their fingers in a display for their partner before spitting it out or swallowing it.

Once you’re finished enjoying a creampie with your partner, all that’s left to do is clean up the cum.

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How Do Creampies Feel And Why Do People Like Them?

There are two ways to experience a creampie: as the giver and as the receiver.

A lot of guys enjoy creampies for one reason — not wearing a condom during sex simply feels better.

Yes, everyone knows you have to wear a condom for safety — STD and STI protection is no joke — but if given an option to skip it, people will.

If you’re the person on the receiving end of a creampie, you might like how ejaculate feels on your skin or dripping out of your body.

Many women enjoy receiving creampies. The experience can be very tactile — even if you can’t see it yourself.

But that’s only one part of how a creampie can feel. There’s also an emotional component to it.

A user in our forum described it this way:

“One of the most connecting moments is after her orgasm and my ejaculation. That time immediately follows when both bodies are trying to calm down from the intense release and you can both feel each other have the post-orgasmic twitching of the penis or her post-orgasmic contractions of the vagina. It’s at this moment…I know I have given her that special part of my substance that’s so connecting that we just stay physically connected (inserted) and kiss passionately…”

Creampies may signify a greater level of intimacy, as well. Allowing someone to put their literal body fluids inside of you is a sign of connection for many people.

At the same time, creampies have been fetishized for some and represent kinky power dynamics or taboos to others.

“Marking” a partner with semen can easily be part of a power dynamic, as can ordering (consensually, of course) that same partner to taste, suck, or otherwise consume the ejaculate oozing from their body.

Yes, drinking jizz can be part of the creampie experience for some people, an activity called felching if done after penetrative sex and “snowballing” if it’s passed between partners during a french kiss following oral sex.

Ejaculate literally dripping out of the body is the invisible and internal made public, playing into ideas of dirty or taboo sex.

The idea that these things are private and only “slutty” people would let themselves be in such a position can be a huge turn-on for those who want to defy societal expectations and norms.

Going so hard during sex that the jizz is pouring out of you can turn some partners on, too. It becomes a sign of just how good the sex was that you’re sloppy and messy afterward.

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Are Creampies Safe?

Creampies mean that someone’s full ejaculatory load is being deposited into another person’s body.

If you’re thinking about giving or receiving a creampie, you may need to take precautions based on your concerns and personal risks.

Before partaking in condomless sex, make sure you have a conversation with your partner about each other’s STD or STI status.

These can be transmitted through all forms of unprotected sex — anal, vaginal, or oral. In the absence of recent negative test results, creampies may need to wait while you continue to use condoms.

If you don’t want to get pregnant and condoms are your contraception of choice, you’ll need to consider other birth control methods — or avoid vaginal creampies altogether.

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The good news is that anal and oral creampies are still an option if unintended pregnancy is a concern.

For anyone who’s had to veto creampies because of the risk of STD or STI transmission or unwanted pregnancy, you can still get the effect of a creampie by using an ejaculating dildo or sex toy.

No, it’s not the same, but if you’re willing to get into a bit of roleplay, it may be a satisfying substitute that keeps both partners safe.

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In Conclusion

Creampies are sometimes a fetishized version of the typical outcome of penetrative sex — cumming inside a partner.

It can be an intimate experience, a kinky game of power and taboo, or both.

No matter why or how you make your creampie fantasies come true, always consider the very real risks of STD or STI transmission and pregnancy before you partake.

When practiced safely, however, creampies can be a thrilling dessert enjoyed by both partners.