The Great Debate: What does a vagina taste like? Many men and women wonder about the taste of female genitalia. As an adult film star, I have tasted my fair share of various vaginas over the years, so I think I’m qualified to give an answer to this age-old question: what does a vagina taste like?
Does it taste good? The answer to the Great Debate: What Does a Vagina Taste like?
The jury is still out on this one. Some say it tastes sweet, while others find the taste to be more neutral. Some people even say it tastes metallic or like chlorine. The taste of a vagina can also change depending on diet, hygiene, and other factors. So, there’s no clear answer when it comes to this age-old question.
Male vs Female
For years, the great debate of what a vagina tastes like has raged on. Some say it tastes like metal, while others claim it tastes sweet and fruity. So, what’s the verdict? We asked 10 men and 10 women to describe the taste of a vagina, and here’s what they had to say. I don’t know if this is an appropriate answer but I’ll just go for it, one woman said. I’ve never tasted one so I don’t know. One man said that he thought vaginas would taste sour, but only because he once kissed his friend who was menstruating. Another man said he likes fruit flavors, and his favorites are watermelon and raspberry with a hint of pineapple. A woman who prefers sweets over savory dishes said she imagines vaginas tasting like chocolate or candy.
A salty-tasting vagina may have something to do with an infection or dehydration (or both), as evidenced by two out of ten male respondents claiming that their partner’s genitals tasted salty when they performed oral sex on them.
Burning vs Soapy
There are two schools of thought when it comes to the taste of a vagina: those who say it tastes like burning, and those who say it tastes soapy. Which is correct? Unfortunately, there is no easy answer. It seems that the taste of a vagina varies from person to person. Some women report that their vaginal discharge has a strong, distinct flavor that can be unpleasant, while others say theirs tastes milder and more neutral. So, what does a vagina actually taste like? The answer may surprise you… according to Dr. Diana Hoppe, a vagina has its own unique scent.
It’s no secret that the Internet is full of people with strong opinions about what a vagina tastes like. But, after doing some research, we’ve come to the conclusion that it really depends on the person. Some say it tastes like metal, while others say it’s sweet and musky. Ultimately, it seems that the taste of a vagina is unique to each individual.
First Time vs Experienced Women
There’s a lot of debate surrounding what a vagina actually tastes like. Some say it’s sweet, some say it’s musky, and some say it’s just…nothing special. But what does the experience really depend on? It turns out, quite a lot.
Natural vs Cosmetic Girls
There are two types of women in this world: those who have never had their vaginas cosmetically enhanced, and those who have. And there is a great debate over which type tastes better. Natural girls claim that their vaginas taste like a combination of sweat, urine, and blood – all things that are perfectly natural and normal. Cosmetic girls, on the other hand, say that their vaginas taste like roses, strawberries, and chocolate – all things that are far from natural or normal. So who is right?
While there are many different opinions on the matter, the general consensus seems to be that sloppy vaginas taste either metallic or bleachy. Some say that it depends on where you are in your cycle, with some women claiming that their vagina tastes different during ovulation. Others say that it’s all about diet, with foods like garlic and asparagus supposedly affecting the taste. Then there are those who believe that it has more to do with hygiene, with cleaner vaginas tasting better. Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide what you believe!
Semen vs Lubrication
When it comes to what a vagina tastes like, there are two schools of thought: those who believe that semen is the key ingredient, and those who believe that vaginal lubrication is what makes all the difference. Let’s take a closer look at both arguments. The former group argues that a vagina usually becomes moist with various bodily fluids during sexual arousal. It can be argued then, that these fluids can mix with other bodily fluids (i.e., semen) to produce different tastes.
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