Usually try for the guy's boxers because I'm a dick. If a towel is not handy, I'll reach between my legs and gleefully reveal the fruits of his labor to him. But there's no need to feel ashamed, gross or even confused. But there's another reason we rarely talk about post-sex spillage: the stigma around unprotected sex. Current Innovation Wellbeing Culture.
Bridget. Age: 20.
Do you shake it off, like a cat coming out of the bath or a Taylor Swift backup dancer?
Jenny. Age: 22.
There's One Post-Sex Problem That Nobody Ever Talks About
The truth is, from a very early age, we're taught to be ashamed about our bodies and our pleasure, to the point where we completely gloss over the reality of what it's like to have sex — the good and the gross. Other millennials opt to flush the semen out, the way Mother Nature intended, by peeing, "which we all know serves as a sort of shower for your vagina after sex," a year-old woman wrote. But sometimes, I just let it do whatever it wants to do, which I guess is just be inside of me? Owning the spills, mess and all : My boyfriend and I reached the condom cliff around the four-year mark, while both getting tested and using hormonal birth control.