Is it gay?

Is it gay if my wife said the only way she will start to swallow my nut and let me nut in her mouth all the time, if I try my nut once first. So is it gay to achieve the end result?

To even think of it is gross to me because I find it repulsive I'm not gay or bi.

So if answer is gay besides always forcing her head to stay there as I nut.
Any Ideas?
She don't like the taste So should I sprinkle some sugar in her mouth before I nut so she likes it?

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  • Ask yourself, self do il like cock? If the answer is no then no. But if it's a resounding YES then we'll talk
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  • edited September 6
    jdog123 wrote: »
    Is it gay if my wife said the only way she will start to swallow my nut and let me nut in her mouth all the time, if I try my nut once first. So is it gay to achieve the end result?
    ............

    I wouldn't recommend eating your own sperm (FYI most males have a natural gag reflex if his own sperm goes in his mouth.)

    The next best thing? Try and make it taste better so she doesn't mind.

    So according to literature by the the Kinsey Institute,
    fruit, spices, parsley, wheatgrass, and celery up the flavour of your "nut juice" .

    Cigarettes, caffeine, red meat, onions and garlic make it taste worse.

    Things to try:
    • Fruit (especially strawberry, watermelon, citrus, bananas, and papayas)
    • Spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, and peppermint, among others)
    • Parsley
    • Wheatgrass
    • Celery

    Things to avoid:
    • Beer
    • Coffee
    • Alcohol
    • Asparagus
    • Most dairy
    • Shallots
    • Meat and fish.
    • Cigarettes

    Remember this list the next time you hit up the supermarket.

    (Yes I know of a few guys that wouldn't be willing to avoid some of the things on this list. Still good to know.)

    If you ask me alot better than even tasting your own jiz?

    There are also capsules you can buy which claim to make your sperm taste better.

    Here is one example:

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    Cumming* from a company named hipleasures is "sugar cum" capsules (*phun intended)
    Description from the companies website:

    "What is Sugar Cum? Sugar Cum is a supplement that sweetens the bodys personal fluids. Simply take two capsules one hour before sexual activity. Our special formulation of extracts and your bodys pH levels work together to neutralize and improve the taste and smell of male and female secretions.
    I can personally recommend you get some "popping candy" (the type that pops when you put it in your mouth).
    Put this in the misses mouth when she is "going deep".... ...Good stuff...

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    "Safely Deposited Box" or "STOP BOX (storage off property)" of successful author:
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    A few people have asked so.
    The meaning behind the word enso:
    ensō, are symbols of teaching, reality, enlightenment, and a myriad of things in between.

    Seemingly perfect in their continuity, balance, and sense of completeness, and yet often irregular in execution, ensō are at once the most fundamentally simple and the most complex shape.
    They seem to leave little room for variation, and yet in the hands of Zen masters, the varieties of personal expression are endless.
    Ensō evoke power, dynamism, charm, humor, drama, and stillness.
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