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I figure you know what kinky means.Vanilla when use to describe sex action mean plain ordinary boring sex acts. Which in my opinion does not turn me on.Well I’m gay and that’s kinky from the start, and you know the saying “Sex ain’t dirty unless it’s done right”.
As far as sniffing and licking a ripe armpit or enjoying the aroma of ball sweat and penis funk,for some members of the gay male community it can get us rock HARD! Armpit fetishism (also known as maschalagnia) is a partialism in which an individual is sexually attracted to armpits – something which may lead to axillism, or armpit intercourse .In me it is just a turn on that ignites that animal magnetism and gets me all excited for the manliness in a man.
Having sexual Intercourse with an Armpit.
Now I’m clean I bathe every day some times twice a day,but some times my own sweat scent after a workout can turn me on and I end up wacking off in the stall at the gym.As you might have read in my past posting I love my cum-rag jock strap and getting it wet at my meetings with my guys jizz.My only real kink is cum in my jock pouch.I have a cum-bowl that at a couple of my meetings got many loads in it.No blood, piss, (i wear the thing don’t want to smell like piss) or scat (shit).My jock has a mild when dry and wild when wet a sexy musky masculine bleachy scent. I love smelling like a man. Men smell like cheese,especially if they don’t clean that smegma from thier foreskin, and women smell like grapefruits or onions.For a while I thought it was only me ,then I found many sites online devoted to dirty- cum stained jockstraps and they trade them. Some guys have joked that they didn’t know a jock-strap is supposed to be washed.
Below is thread I found on the topic of men’s crotch scent and a scientific explanation on this topic.I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this in the comment section at the bottom.
Depends on how clean the guy is.
After sex though…I’ve been told that most of the sex smell comes from the guy. I don’t know how to describe it, but the cum and hormones/pheromones, whatever have a very distinctive smell.
Before sex, probably little smell, unless the guy is uncut and does not clean the smegma from under his foreskin, which would smell pretty skanky. Or if he does not wipe himself well.
After sex, the smell would be a mix of sweat, male “musk”, and the smell of semen/sperm and female juices on the penis (unless a condom is used).
Smells like chedder
-Lady of the Freaks
one thing to keep in mind is that people often don’t notice their own scent, while to other people it is quite strong.
The “right” man’s crotch smells like home. 🙂
It smells like dick and balls. That’s the only way I can describe it. Haven’t you ever seen a guy stick his hands in his pants and then smell his fingers? I don’t believe any man doesn’t know exactly what his dick smells like.
Research shows that women and men can be turned on by just a few sniffs of a man’s sweaty armpits.
The scientists showed that male sweat contains a compound capable of lightening a woman’s mood and heightening her sexual arousal.
Androstadienone (CORR), a musky-smelling chemical, also speeds up blood pressure, heart rate and breathing and raises levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
The researchers said their work provided the first direct evidence that humans, like rats, moths and butterflies, give off pheromones – scents that affect the body of the opposite sex.
Dr Claire Wyart (BOTH CORR), of the University of California, said: “This is the first time anyone has demonstrated that a change in women’s hormonal levels is induced by sniffing an identified compound of male sweat.
“This male chemical signal, androstadienone, does cause hormonal as well as physiological and psychological changes in women and men.”
The study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience is, however, not the first to show that male sweat holds a certain appeal for his sex partner.
A study carried out at the University of Northumbria showed that a whiff of sweat has the ability to turn a frog into a prince.
Researchers asked a group of female students to judge the attractiveness of men shown in photos.
A second group of women were set the same task, but this time, unknown to them, a cloth soaked in male sweat was hidden nearby.
The women under the influence of the pheromones – released by glands including those under our arms – rated all the men as being more attractive.
Those judged as being the least attractive by the first group of women showed the biggest jump in sex appeal, with the women rating them as being almost as appealing as the best-looking men.
The only women to resist the effect of sweat were those taking the contraceptive pill.
It is thought the hormones in the Pill stop women from responding as strongly to natural signals of attraction.
Sweat also plays another important role in the mating game, with scientists believing we seek out partners whose body odour is different to our own.
Research has shown our sweat contains important information about our immune system.
From sniffing someone’s sweat, we subconsciously glean information about their strengths and weaknesses in fighting off illness and infection.
The more different someone’s sweat is to yours, the more pleasant you find them – and their sweat.
It is thought the phenomenon evolved to prevent us unintentionally mating with relatives – or others who are genetically similar to us.