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Guys, (or girls) whoever wants to answer) will you have sex with a girl while she is on her period?

 

Tonight was a pretty special night for the other half and I. I am pretty much done flowing this month. I bled a few drops all day today. He won't touch me. He says that if we have sex it will make me bleed heavier. I told him that isn't true. I am pissed.

 

I am embarrassed asking this. I just want to know other opinions about it.

 

Luka

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having sex can make you bleed heavier. period blood isn't dirty, it's barely blood (something like a teaspoon per all of it) and if he doesn't want to do it you can't make him, my husband won't have sex with me when I am on my period either, it's a personal choice.

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The fact that he doesn't want to while I am bleeding doesn't piss me off. It's the fact that I am not bleeding now and he still won't. I am tired of these three/four week times in between sex. I have a sex drive too and it seems all he wants to do is masturbate and look at porn. But that is another thread in itself.

 

And tonight was our two year aniversary too.

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You certainly have a right to be mad.

Did you tell him how you feel? You seem to be feeling sexually neglected.

His loss of interest in sex is a real problem if you want to have a sexual relationship with him.

I feel like sex is important in a relationship. I can deal with my boyfriend's cum on me and in me. He can deal with a little blood.

Talk to your boyfriend or do a little strip tease in front of him or write him a sexy love letter. If he doesn't respond , getting a new boyfriend may be in order.

Let's unite as women and say : not having sex during our periods is unacceptable. Especially if they ever want a blow job again.

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I've had guys who are comfortable with having sex while i had my period. I actually had one guy perform oral on me, as gross as that sounds. My current boyfriend doesnt mind it either. Ive come accross some guys who are disgusted by blood coming from there. Ive heard them call it "the thing that bleeds for 7 days and never dies".

 

Anyway, many guys have different opinions. you just need to talk to your boyfriend about it. If you are comfortable with his cum on you, which most women dont mind it, then tell him he shouldnt be uncomfortable with blood because its a healthy,normal thing.

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I'll try to explain the situation. You see, while women find it completely normal and acceptable to bleed out of their vagina, men have a little bit more trouble being comfortable with it. We never bleed out of our sexual organ, and the thought of having ANYTHING bleed down there is one of the most frightening thoughts in the universe. As such, its very uncomfortable for a lot of men to have blood down there at all.

 

Also, there's a distinct difference between blood and cum. If I had an open and bleeding wound, I would never ask my girlfriend to use her genitalia to clean it off. In fact, I wouldn't expect her to go anywhere near my blood at all.

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Blood and cum are still bodily fluids and they still can transmit diseases. A lot of women are just as grossed out by cum as guys are by blood.

 

My gf very rarely has periods because she is on the pill. But the one and only ocasion when she did I didn't mind it.

 

Also, you may want to tell him that women bleed druing sex even when it isn't that time of the month. So chances are he has probably gotten a little blood on him in the act and didn't even realise it.

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Telling someone they must get over something they find disgusting, even if you do not, is seldom helpful and almost never works.

 

Women are correctly told they should never be pressured into doing something sexually that they don't want to do, men should be allowed the same privilege.

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Telling someone they must get over something they find disgusting, even if you do not, is seldom helpful and almost never works.

 

Women are correctly told they should never be pressured into doing something sexually that they don't want to do, men should be allowed the same privilege.

 

I think I love you Thank you for saying that! I guess in society's view equal rights are great, but some are more equal than others. This applies to morals and etiquette as well, apparently, including in the bedroom.

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I wouldn't mind doing it when I have my period - once the cramps are over, I'm kinda horny then However, if the guy is a bit creeped out by the thought, no biggie. Its his preference - it doesn't mean he is rejecting me or anything like that.

 

But oral when having a period? Ewwwwwwwww! That creeps ME out!

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Telling someone they must get over something they find disgusting, even if you do not, is seldom helpful and almost never works.

 

Women are correctly told they should never be pressured into doing something sexually that they don't want to do, men should be allowed the same privilege.

 

that's what I was trying to say! you just said it better

 

I don't understand how men are supposed to just roll over and do what we want them to because we said so.

 

If my husband tried the "oh, get over it, you are so dumb for not doing what I want to do in bed" he would so be out the door.

 

We try to have no pressure sex, if he doesn't want to do something, no big deal, there are tons of other things we can do that he is comfortable with.

 

I had my period on an anniversary once, we had rented out a bed and breakfast and everything, I tried to do the birth control thing to delay my period but it didn't work. So, we at strawberrys drank champaigne, sat in the tub for two (which I was surprised he offered, I would have thought it was off limits) and the next week when everything was safe we had our "anniversary sex".

 

I guess when I got him forever though, it's really not a big deal if our anniversary is not "perfect" every year.

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How WE feel about it isn't going to change how HE feels about it. Just have a serious talk with him about why it bothers him, and let him know that there are things you can do to minimize the mess (I have a dark red towel around specifically to protect the sheets if I have sex during a period). You could also *try* shower sex or some other "water sport" to make sure the blood is easily washed away.

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Some men don't mind it, some can't stand idea. Same goes for many women though.

 

Some whom are okay with it also have other criteria like it must be in shower, in the dark, at end of it, and so on and so on.

 

My take is, it's a personal choice, and pressuring either way is not fair. If he is not into it, then just get yourself a Rabbit for those few days.

 

And, there are other ways of having intimacy, without having sex - especially when it is something someone does not want to do at the time.

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Oh, thats not even fair. A mechanical penis? How am I supposed to compete with that thing?

 

I've tried before, and I can say conclusively that the human phallus is incapable of vibration.

 

Some women don't get off that much on the RR as it doesn't feel as good to them as there is no love/emotion in it.

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