Cum / Jizz / Semen etc. aka Milk

May 30, 2010

„Yeah, finally!“ you may think. „After we explored so much about its origin, we eventually meet the real stuff.“ That´s probably true. However, what´s there left to say when all is written and filed on the net? Well, you know this blog by now. There is always something to add. So, be it the highlighting of some less familiar aspects of the white stuff or my look from a different angle at the male dairy product, you´ll get your share.

Take that different angle for starters. It is the result of my personal attitude. My approach is one with a distinct appreciation for this very special fluid. Every man differs from another and so is his produce, still varying due to many parameters. I do enjoy a man’s ability to generate and release his milk, yet one at a time, so to speak. Bukkake and similar mass-happenings are not mine. Cum-harvest (by one guy – at a time) is. Being conscious about it, is.

As I pointed out earlier, there is quite some variety in the quality (and quantity) of milk in the male world. That´s why it´s so spectacular and arousing to witness a guy pumping his cum. Did you know that you may be able to identify from what gland his spilled juice originates – at a given time during ejaculation? Let me elaborate (with quotations from what I found) on this hot fact:

Semen may appear to be one integrative fluid, yet we know it´s not and we know that it is mixed together within the system on its way out of the penis. The degree of the mixture depends on how much you are able to separate emission from ejaculation. Quite related to that, it depends on the order of the reflex spasms in the different parts of the reproductive system. Last not least the volume of the different fluids secreted at emission is a factor. Still, there usually is a proper sequential order to be observed when milk hits air. What goes by the book is this:

The first clear and colorless secretion of ejaculate tend to come from Cowper’s lubricating glands (~ 5%). The next (2) milky portion consists of prostatic secretions (~ 30%) which may be still free of sperm and contain substances which give semen its characteristic smell. Then follows (3) the sperm-rich secretions from the two ampullae (~ 5%) which make up the middle part of the ejaculate. Finally, the last fraction (4) of the ejaculate consists of the gelatinous, highly viscous secretions from the two seminal vesicles (~ 60%), often of a tapioca-like consistency.

If we dismiss the precum we count three fractions. But ejaculation usually features at least four pulses (i.e. gushes)! And the volume of the single shot usually decreases with any further pulse (even that is subject to variation), meaning the mix is in the gush already, at least for the early ones! This illustrates that facts from the book may not necessarily meet real life conditions. Still, the liquid quality of the milk will give us clues about its glandular source. But that applies just to fresh milk right when it splashes down somewhere!

emission sequence

The clip belonging to these screenshots can be found here.

When the ejected semen is collected in one spot (like in a glas) your first impression of it as of either resembling pretty liquid milk or rather viscous cream may be depending on the overall volume of the fluid collected (the more volume, the more runny it may be). On average it shall appear as:

a thick, milky, turbid, white-yellow fluid with a slight opalescence. It is permeated with sticky, glass-like fibres and contains granules resembling sago or tapioca. Yellow pigments (flavines) derived from the seminal vesicles are often seen as coloured streaks.

But now some curious effect applies: Semen almost immediately coagulates due to a reaction between an enzyme from the prostatic secretions (proteinase, or clotting enzyme) acting on a sticky protein within the seminal vesicle secretions. The semen is clotting, it becomes thick, gelatinous cream!

However, other prostatic enzymes immediately start to break down proteins in the seminal clot to their amino-acid constituents. Within 5-20 minutes after ejaculation, the semen liquefies again. – And its milkiness will clear up as well.

Mind you that this applies to the bulk of milk all in one spot. When you spread your juices while cumming the components never get an ideal chance to react with each other! So I guess, either way you will always enjoy both milk and cream at any given ejaculation.  🙂

Often, semen has an odor that resembles chlorine. And the different parts of semen may feature different tastes, if you managed to separate the fractions during ejaculation.  😉  Because, for instance, the portion from the seminal vesicles would be notably sweeter than the rest of the fluid, as it bears a high content of fructose (sugar). Even so, in the mix it will give your milk the overall sweetness. – Again, milk-characteristics do vary from person to person, month to month, ejaculation to ejaculation, and some more!

9 Responses to “Cum / Jizz / Semen etc. aka Milk”

  1. bobblushing Says:

    Excellent explanation, thank you for your diligent work.

  2. StickyAndSweet Says:

    Wow, this was a really in-depth take on semen. Really cool info. I’m into autofellatio and swallowing my own cum and just discovered your site. I’m so turned on now from reading here I can’t wait to get home from work tonight, do some edging and let that sweet, thick cream flow into my mouth and swallow my load… I’ll definitely check out more articles here!

  3. Rok Says:

    That was quite a detailed, almost poetic description of the male juices our glands produce! I’m glad you mentioned the curious effect of coagulation followed by liquefaction, i’ve noticed this myself as well when i ejaculate in a glass my milk becomes a lot more runny and not as opaque after a while. This becomes even more apparent if i go for another climax and ejaculate again in the same glass, i have now a layer of thick and milky semen resting on top of a lower layer of runny semen. A few minutes later the top layer liquefies as well and there is nothing left to distinguish the layers. Just thought to add my own observation 🙂

    • nandisa Says:

      Thanks for adding this quite specific detail! – This entry is meant to give profound info and there is a sequel post on this (here), and plenty more (touching male juices) as you will have discovered!? 😉


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