Seriously? What does being a woman have to with this? Just because I don't have a penis doesn't mean I don't have a brain. Your logic would suggest that men can't be gynecologists simply because they don't have a vagina? Or did you feel emasculated that a woman answered your question?
I have had thick and thin. It doesn't seem to make a difference what I did or didn't do. It does seem like my cum is thinner the emore orgasms I have had. My wife sure likes the thinner cum when she gives me oral sex and swallows.
masculineguy, You do know it takes only ONE Healthy SPERM. Then Congra your a FATHER until your death. Semen from your prostate and sperm from your nuts. The longer between sexual release the thicker the cum. Yes there can be a build up of tjhousands of sperm in testicle. If they do not exit your penis; they die. Absorbed into your blood streams. Therefore it only takes one sperm in her; Therefore always use protection thick or thin. I prefer to keep mime thin. But I also prefer not to masturbation. I know this is a old thread; but I just read it.
Stay HEALTH, you are the the fastest Sperm from your Father.
Pre-cum usually does not contain sperm unless the man ejaculated but did not urinate afterwards to clean out his urethra, only then is there a possibility of left over sperm may mix in with the cowper's fluid.
dunno about the sperm, but the thinner cum, and from a man that ejac quiet often, is great.. i love the way it taste, and the cum from a man that rarely ejac is horrid, to me.. just so you kno, guys,, semen can be great, and some women really enjoy it, but for the best tasting, drink lots of water, and ejac often.. JMO
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