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Old Jul 28, '07, 12:55 pm
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Sorry, I didn't answer your original question. I was just moving with the flow of the thread.

I would most certainly put the entire ejaculation inside the vagina. It would be withdraw to do otherwise.

NOW...having said that. After you are all done, there's nothing wrong with letting the excess semen come out naturally. This is not withdraw, it is letting nature take its course. Just, use the bathroom and wash/wipe off "down there" following lovemaking. Sit on the toiliet for a little extra than normal, to allow things to drain naturally. Follow with a liner if you think its still coming out. Then in about an hour, you can use the bathroom again, discard the liner, and be done.
Ok, i know this is graphic and off topic, but man, I leak for waaaay longer then an hour....i'm wearing a liner for a whole day seems like!

Also, I think that ANY withdrawal is immoral.....tell your wife to put a pantiliner on and quit whining (sorry so blunt, but that's how I feel)
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Old Jul 28, '07, 4:14 pm
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Ok, i know this is graphic and off topic, but man, I leak for waaaay longer then an hour....i'm wearing a liner for a whole day seems like!

Also, I think that ANY withdrawal is immoral.....tell your wife to put a pantiliner on and quit whining (sorry so blunt, but that's how I feel)
Normally its only about an hour for me. Sometimes though it does take longer.

Yes, I am with you that withdraw is immoral, and the OP's circumstance very much appears to be at least partial withdraw and spilling the seed.

This is neither moral, nor pro-life. It is contraceptive just like a condom, diaphragm or any other barrier method.


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Old Jul 28, '07, 4:34 pm
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Semen 'makes women happy'

Women exposed to their partner's semen during sex may find themselves feeling happier than those who use a condom, say scientists. Scientists in the US believe the mood-altering hormones in semen absorbed through the vagina help to boost women's mood.
Semen contains a range of hormones, including testosterone and oestrogen, both of which have been shown to improve mood.

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That's what I call a win-win situation!!!
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Hi ya'll!

My husband and I use NFP (Creighton Model) and love it. We are taught to wait about 15 minutes before doing the kegels to dispel seminal fluid, and this part of the process has nothing to do with avoiding pregnancy. It is simply to help with mucus observations because seminal fluid can sometimes look and feel like cervical mucus when doing observations. If the woman doesn't bear down to dispel these fluids after intercourse, she may see this fluid in subsequent observations, which would throw off her charting (whether she is trying to avoid or achieve a pregnancy.

So, to reiterate, getting rid of seminal fluid has nothing to do with avoiding a pregnancy. At that point, it wouldn't help anyway.
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Old thread, y'all!
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Rude.
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Rule.

Change one letter game is here, though.
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How do people find these old threads? You'd have scroll for like 30 minutes for something 6 years old to come up!

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I asked the same thing on another resurrected thread and another poster said they find it through a google search. Maybe. What I don't get is: why so many old threads? You're right; I'd have to hunt to find them. Also, why does there seem to be a lot of new members registering over a short period of time? And why do they typcally have one post? When I see these I just expect that mods will be busy deleting a lot of spam in the near future.
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I asked the same thing on another resurrected thread and another poster said they find it through a google search. Maybe. What I don't get is: why so many old threads? You're right; I'd have to hunt to find them. Also, why does there seem to be a lot of new members registering over a short period of time? And why do they typcally have one post? When I see these I just expect that mods will be busy deleting a lot of spam in the near future.
I've also noticed (I wasn't here for a couple years, I've been back since Ash Wednesday when I gave up Facebook. Yeah, I know, totally defeating the purpose ) that people are getting suspended and banned right and left lately. Play nice, people!

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