Do men really just want to ejaculate on women's faces? Or does the way we talk about the practice overstate the reality — and cause problems in the bedroom? We appear to have entered the Age of the Facial. The practice of a man ejaculating on a partner's face has been critiqued , explained , and extolled , and sometimes outright denounced, as when anti-porn activist Gail Dines called facial scenes "vile images" that show that men hate women.
Do girls like it when guys EJACULATE on their face?
Let's talk about ejaculating on people's faces | Metro News
Pornization of sex: do women like cum on the face? NSFW, natch I was talking with the man in my life about the pornization of sex and used the cum on the face thing as an example, positing that women don't really enjoy that. He was surprised because his last GF was really into it. So I come to you, women of Metafilter and men who know women who are frank about this sort of thing.
It’s time to talk about facials – the kind that involve semen
Part of the 'facial' is a kind of a power trip, that the woman is willing to accept anything the man does. I think it is probably actually pretty uncommon for women to enjoy that. I think the idea that we do is a misconception that can be attributed to that being shown in pornography for men's enjoyment. Of course, there are people who have fetishes, and you can pretty much always find some people who like just about anything.
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.