By David Futrelle
So. Some of the dudes on MGTOW.com were having a discussion of “dating health risks” a while back, and naturally the talk turned quickly to semen.
Because of course it did. Men (Ostensibly) Going Their Own Way are nearly as obsessed with semen as their incel brothers in misogyny are — specifically with the Chad semen that they’re convinced lingers on for months in the assorted orifices of women who have sex with men other than them, i.e., the vast majority of women.
“Even if a chick doesn’t have any STDs,” wrote a regular MGTOW.com commenter called Sky-O.
There is no way to test to find out how many loads she swallowed before you get a chance to kiss her.
No way to know how much semen was in her mouth before you kiss her.
You might wonder why that’s something a Man (Ostensibly) Going His Own Way would care about, since he’s (Ostensibly) Going Hus Own Way and all that, but most MGTOWs seem to think that it’s fine to have sex with the women they’re (Ostensibly) Going Their Own Way from so long as they treat these women with the appropriate level of disdain.
So that’s part of the reason for this fixation. The other is that most MGTOWs really do seem to believe that semen leaves behind some of hidden residue on and in women that essentially never goes away. So if you kiss a woman who isn’t a virgin, you are essentially kissing every dick that has ever been there before you.
And these dudes just can’t stop thinking about this. Literally.
“Usually my first thought when talking with any potential partner is ‘whose cum residue is on her teeth?’” a commenter called xeonon confessed, “Immediate turn off. Can’t kiss them, forget licking them … .”
Your first thought? Seriously?
Whose “cum residue” is on her TEETH?
Dude. DUDE. DUUUUUUDE. Dude.
So I guess we can add teeth to the long list of body parts that MGTOWs really don’t seem to understand.
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