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Five Uses of Semen You Did Not Know


When we talk about semen, we may think about orgasm, ejaculation and conception. But besides being a key component in making sure that the human race remains, semen has been studied and found to have nutrient and mood affecting properties. However, there is more to this “man milk” than meets the eye and over history, many have used semen in unseemly ways.


  1. Semen as anti aging. Not only engaging in positive sexual encounters can lead to better health outcomes, putting semen on the face and skin may have anti aging and age reversal properties. It may also help with acne. However, some people may be sensitive or allergic to semen and putting it on the skin may cause irritation or a rash. Caution should also be had with STIs. Although there may not be solid scientific evidence to support the anti aging benefits of semen, if it’s from a trusted source, all parties are willing and the receiver can tolerate it well, it may not be bad to try. But when asked, make sure to share the secret of eternal youth with others.

  2. Cooking with semen. If you do a search online, you may find more than one book with recipes in which semen is a component. Who would volunteer to donate their “specimen” for the sake of creating a tasty treat? And most importantly, who is valiant enough to try it?

  3. Semen cocktails. Just like cooking with semen, some very creative mixologists have concocted cocktails in which semen is an ingredient. Thirsty, anyone?

  4. Painting. Artist Martin Von Ostrowski made an exhibition of paintings in which his own semen was the medium. Maybe some other artists in the world have also been as creative and more would want to follow suit.

  5. Invisible ink. The British used semen as invisible ink during WWI. Maybe that is still in use but we just cannot see it with the naked eye.


If you are feeling adventurous, maybe you can think of other uses for semen. And for those particularly prolific in the semen production department, they can volunteer their elixir for the good of humanity. Taking advantage of semen, that otherwise may go to waste, may not be a good idea and may give a whole new meaning to the phrase “good to the last drop”!


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