Why facial ejaculate

Duration: 9min 42sec Views: 998 Submitted: 10.08.2020
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It's somehow in every porno out there but how often are facials really happening? Here, three anonymous twentysomething women open up about facials aka when a guy ejaculates on your face and explain what the deal really is. After trying it a few more times though, I started to enjoy it. The feeling of doing it to me is kind of kinky, which turns me on, and seeing how much a man enjoys it makes it even better. If I'm just in a vanilla sex kind of mood, then I won't suggest it, but when I'm in a super-sexy mood, it makes the climax an even bigger deal and I love that. Woman C: I enjoy a nice facial.

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Facial (sexual act) - Wikipedia

A leading blog on the science of sex, love, and relationships, written by social psychologist Dr. Justin Lehmiller. As far as I can tell, scientists have yet to systematically explore the psychological motives behind facials. Plus, consider the fact that most pornographic depictions of facials both straight and gay show the receiver happily accepting and, in some cases, asking for it—this seems at odds with the notion that facials inherently represent some male desire to dominate and degrade their sexual partners.

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You missed my eye! He had, in fact, wanted to come on my face. The rise of popularity in facials is often attributed to porn. But then, any change in human sexual behaviour that came around the same time as the internet is automatically attributed to porn. Broadly speaking, the moment when fellatio became a central feature of sex was the film Deep Throat, a film which features a woman who had a clitoris in the back of her throat, therefore derives sexual pleasure from giving oral sex.
But the appeal of the facial can't be summed up with that single term. Rather, this act that's become the standard coda in porn is about much more than the longing to dominate or humiliate a sex partner. Understanding what makes it such a ubiquitous trope in adult movies and in people's private sexual lives means understanding a particularly male longing for acceptance. Anti-pornography activists like Gail Dines and Robert Jensen agree with at least Savage's first three words; in recent works, both have cited the growing popularity of the "facial" as proof of the misogyny of mainstream pornography. On the other end of the ideological spectrum, sex-positive feminist Clarisse Thorn wrote for Jezebel in May that "facials feel really degrading to me.