For the Ladies concerning cleanliness
Posted Thu Sep 04, 2008 09:42 AM
Do ladies consider the cleanliness and smell of their pussies prior to sex, especially in regards to a guy or girl going down on them? And do you or would you get offended if a guy would not go down on you because of cleanliness?
Posted Thu Sep 04, 2008 10:06 AM
Posted Thu Sep 04, 2008 02:42 PM
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Posted Thu Sep 04, 2008 07:21 PM
I HAVE to be clean!!!! or it does not happen!
Posted Fri Sep 05, 2008 02:56 AM
Now, this brings up a vice-versa situation. I'm new to forums and not quite ready to tackle a polling type post............but I'd like to have more assurance when I go down on a man. Are men equally as finicky? I suspect not. Personally, I need to know a man pretty well ( or know he just showered) before I will give head for just this reason. Can someone post a poll about this? Should we have 2 different ones for circumcised and uncircumcised?
Posted Fri Sep 05, 2008 07:48 AM
When I was younger (14) and had my first steady girlfriend, she loved to be eaten and I enjoyed doing it..most of the time. She was not always the cleanest of girls and at that age telling her that her pussy stunk was not going to happen. I can remember vividly her pushing my head down to her pussy and me getting a whiff of it and trying to bring my head back up. She pushed hard too, it was quite the struggle some times.
As far as male cleanliness is concerned I can only speak for myself. I MUST be clean! I wonít even let my wife go down on me if I have used the bathroom and not showered since. I am cut so thatís another issue I cannot comment on.
Iím 48 years old and just learnt the other day something I had never known or considered. My wife explained that since women cannot always control their pee stream it usually ends up dibbling all the way down their backside, is this true for all women? This brings up another thought. After a guy pees he always dribbles no matter how much he shakes and of course the older you are the more you dribble. I am always conscious of this too before my wife touches or sucks me.
Dixie, when you wash your pussy do you pull the hood covering your clit back and wash there too?
Posted Fri Sep 05, 2008 02:51 PM
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Posted Fri Sep 19, 2008 06:49 AM
From what I've witnessed in person women don't always wipe the dribbles or thoroughly for that matter. Some take the time to try and get the urine off as much as they can. Even if they did a few seconds after standing up and putting on their clothes there will be dribbles of urine coming out. That can't help.
In theory men should have an easier time because they can control their urine flow and have a small area to wipe. In theory doesn't mean good practice. Most men shake and that doesn't do much. Urine will still dribble too. Toilet paper anyone?
Thank goodness for underwear, right? As much as we want there will be times when we can't be as clean as we would like to be. Anyone can smell, even the most attractive people. The thing here is that if a person takes care of his or her body, a bit of human smell will not be a problem.
People who have experience in sex have one time or another done it when their bodies weren't showered just before. If the idea or the smell does bother you just politely tell your partner to freshen up or maybe engage in a bit of shower play before the sexual act.
For me, it doesn't bother me if my partner isn't fully washed beforehand. Human smell isn't an issue. That's just me. I practice good hygiene. Still, if I didn't take a shower and my partner doesn't mind and it doesn't distract us from having a good sexual experience, I'm ok with that too.
Posted Fri Sep 19, 2008 07:17 AM
DIXIE LASS said:
My post above summarizes my position about cleanliness. But I don't believe in douche or other female hygiene so called products. They do more damage than good to the body. Water in the inner labia area is efficient in most cases.
Of the men I speak with some will tell me when they go down on a woman she smells. They tell their women to wash their vaginas but that doesn't help. Well, maybe it's their other part of the body that does need washing. I know this may be gross to some of you but really, wipe until there's no stain. When you wash the anus, use soap.
OK, so that time of the month, right? Periods have an odor but it isn't bad. If it does then an infection may be present. Usually the vagina has a stronger odor and taste but many men find that stimulating. Again, just practice good hygiene and you'll be ok.