Do you wash out your hole after loading up?
Recently, I had the experience of topping a man aux natural. His name was Max. Just as I was about to release, he told me to dump in him. Not that I wasn’t against it or anything – it’s just that usually, I pull out before … well, you know.
But that’s not really the point of this post. Instead, it’s to talk about the aftermath. You see in my case, the handsome gent I bred got dressed soon after our exchange and invited me to chill on the couch.
As an aside, I’ve always liked talking for a bit after sexy time with a guy, basking in the glow of the moment, know what I mean? Some people like the wham-bam scene but that’s just not me.
At any rate, I said yes and took a seat while Max fetched some bottled waters from his kitchen. When he returned, we settled into a really interesting conversation. The topic?
Rinsing after being filled up
You’ll have to read between the lines but I think you know what I mean. That’s when you bottom for a dude and he deposits his seed in you – with permission of course.
Being the direct person that I am, I asked Max if he showered and “rinsed out” after being bred. He looked at me with a puzzled expression and then said, “Never – no way!” After a brief pause, he followed up with, “Why, do you?”
I had to really think about it for a few moments. The truth is I can be versatile but when I do bottom, it’s often with a condom. On the few occasions I’ve done it bareback, I’m pretty sure I’ve always hosed my hole out.
I can only speak for myself but the reason I do it is that I just like feeling clean up there, ya know? But apparently, some guys really dig knowing that another man’s essence is inside of them.
“There’s just something about knowing he’s part of you -that pieces of him have been absorbed into your system. That’s why I don’t rinse out,” Max said to me as we continued chatting.
At the end of our conversation, I walked away feeling like I had learned something new about him and by extension, the psychology of some gay men who identify as bottom.
So, my question to you is this – do you rinse out? Please leave your answer in the comment box below or at our Facebook page.
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