It is known as the Clown kiss To having oral sex with a woman who is menstruating. As a result there would be blood around the mouth, thus simulating the clowns' common make-up.
The magazine"Men's health"conducted an interview among its users, who reported having practiced oral sex to their partners while they were menstruating. Many of the respondents indicated that since the clitoris is far from the vaginal area where the blood is concentrated, it was not uncomfortable and on the contrary, knowing that women enjoy sex more during this period made them feel good.
Other interviewees said that although they had experienced oral sex while their partner was menstruating, the experience was"tolerable rather than pleasant or preferable." Practicing the clown kiss is a very individual option, many men (or women) enjoy it and many people are not comfortable with blood and prefer to wait for the end of the woman's period to practice oral sex.
Having oral sex during menstruation is something that is still full of taboos because in ancient times, women who were menstruating were considered"impure, contaminated and sick"to the point that they were not allowed to leave their homes.
In fact, it was said that women who had sex during menstruation, died at the time of delivery. It should be taken into account that in ancient times sex was seen only as an act for reproduction.
Currently, these taboos persist, although many men and women already understand that the menstrual period is part of life, as is sex and this does not prevent any kind of sexual practice that is pleasant for those involved, is a practice Healthy and satisfactory although certain hygienic measures are required.
The blood of the menstruation does not cause infections to the woman or the man, although it is proven that during the menstrual cycle, the women are more exposed to contracting sexually transmitted diseases.
Many studies have found that women tend to have greater sexual desire during menstruation and that having conventional or oral sex relieves the pains of premenstrual syndrome in addition to more intense orgasms.
Many sex therapists recommend a prey made from a plastic bag for oral sex and also advise the woman to use the female condom that lines the vagina, which makes this type of experience completely safe.
There are health risks associated with ingesting blood or being exposed to menstruation, as this is both sharing fluids and sharing blood, since menstruation is more than just blood.
In general, the risks associated with being exposed occur when unprotected, without a latex barrier such as a condom or dental prey. Unprotected oral sex and oral exposure to another person's body fluids poses the risk that a person will contract or transmit the following sexually transmitted infections:
- Chlamydia: Also called venereal lymphogranuloma, it is a generalized and frequently asymptomatic sexually transmitted disease caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, an important cause of non-gonococcal urethritis in men and pelvic inflammatory disease and ectopic pregnancy in women.
- Cytomegalovirus (CMV): Virus belonging to the family of herpes virus. This type of infection is very common. Between 50% and 80% of people in the United States have had a CMV infection at the age of 40 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Gonorrhea: A bacterial infection that is transmitted through sexual contact. Gonorrhea is one of the most known sexually transmitted diseases, and is caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
- Hepatitis: Inflammation of the liver, caused by a virus or a toxin and characterized by jaundice, enlarged liver and fever.
- Herpes Simplex: Any of several diseases caused by the herpes virus, characterized by eruption of blisters on the skin or mucous membranes.
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV): It is a variable retrovirus that invades and inactivates the T helper cells of the immune system.
- Syphilis: A chronic infectious disease caused by a spirochete, Treponema pallidum, usually of venereal origin, but often congenital, which affects almost any organ or tissue of the body, especially the genitals, skin, mucous membranes, aorta , Brain, liver, bones and nerves.
Generally, unprotected oral sex with a receptive partner who has a vagina is considered a lower risk for transmission of many venereal diseases than having unprotected oral sex with a receptive partner who has a penis.
However, once blood is inserted into the mixture, there are often greater risks of fluid-borne diseases, such as hepatitis and HIV / AIDS. In fact, when blood is involved anyone is at risk for hepatitis C or D.
Sharing blood puts a person at greater risk for serious and incurable infections, so it is something that should be considered very seriously and be very prudent.
It is important for couples to be aware of their partner's sexual health if their partner uses drugs intravenously and must be verified that the two are up to date with general health vaccines.
If you want to take serious steps, as a couple try to have six months of sexual exclusivity, six months of using latex barriers for any oral, anal or vaginal sex (or involving sharing of semen, vaginal fluids, blood or breast milk), and ideally , Both must be fully tested for sexually transmitted diseases.
If those six months are over, that second projection is negative, then it is quite safe to have oral sex without protection even if there is exchange of blood and fluids. Keep in mind that during menstrual bleeding, there is much more chance of being infected with HIV infection transmitted by the human immunodeficiency virus.
It is much more pleasurable for the couple who provides oral sex during menstruation so that their partner takes care of their hygiene. There are wet towels and gel soaps to care for the vaginal area, so before having sex, it is a great way to have the intimate area in good condition.
It is also recommended to put towels on the bed to prevent bleeding from staining the sheets. The clown kiss is an experience that under the necessary precautions can be a very pleasant practice that can also be practiced if the woman uses a tampon and her partner concentrates on her clitoris or you can choose to practice under the shower since Water helps make blood not a problem.
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- Weisman, C. (2015). On Your Period? Guys Called 'Blood Hounds' Are Really Into That. 27-1-2017, from Alternet Website: alternet.org.
- Walansky, A. (2005). Have Great Sex While She's Menstruating. 27-1-2017, from askmen.com Website: askmen.com.