By Stephen Matthews For Mailonline. Oral sex is surrounded by various myths, with many deeming it harmless. Flocks of men believe a quick guzzle of pineapple juice before receiving fellatio will make a difference. While women around the globe are put off by receiving cunnilingus - adamant they won't climax.
Does pineapple juice really change the taste of semen?
What does pineapple juice do to your sperm?
Pineapple is a tropical temptress. One of the best-know benefits of fresh pineapple is that the fruit contains immune-boosting vitamin C. And this tropical fruit is also recognized as a source of magnesium and potassium, both nutrients beneficial to sexual health. A healthy, sweet snack, pineapple helps sustain stamina and is noted as a weight loss and weight control aid. Get it?
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I love my boyfriend. And I love giving him blow jobs during sex. But what I do not love is the taste of semen. No matter whose semen it is, it tastes like a cross between sour juice, bitters, mold, and a dirty sock. Even celebrity chef Bobby Flay couldn't make this milky concoction taste good.
One morning, on a day where many of the Cosmopolitan team are nursing hangovers, I rather cruelly asked them: "What does cum taste like to you? Their responses ranged from: "Like accidentally swallowing sea water," and, "Salty. Warm," to, "certainly not my protein of choice," and "sour". Because I am above anything an ethical journalist, I won't reveal the names of my sources. But please know, they exist and they work on this here website.