Pineapple juice sex

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While we were researching our story on the best and worst foods for your vagina , we hit upon an age-old question that really got us curious: Can eating pineapple actually change your smell and taste below the belt? It's not a totally out-there idea. After all, the foods we eat affect how other secretions smell. Looking at you, asparagus pee. Not that that's stopped people from latching on to the idea. Several Reddit threads are devoted to the topic of making your vagina or semen taste like candy, oranges, cookies, smoothies…with people claiming to be biochemists weighing in or even suggesting others take supplements of an enzyme found in pineapple.

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Have a question about sex or sexual health? Send it to sexQs buzzfeed. Let me start by saying I'm 20 years old and perfectly healthy and in a committed monogamous relationship. That being said, I notice that my body since the beginning of teenage puberty has a fairly pungent smell Or at least it's pungent to me. It's not unpleasant, just smells like woman.

Can Pineapple Really Change the Way Your Vagina Tastes?

You don't turn to the Kardashians for relationship advice? Well, if Kim Kardashian's latest Instagram post is anything to go by, maybe you should. The reality TV star has posted another mysterious pic to her account, this time in a one piece, seductively eying off a can of pineapple juice. In the caption to the picture she writes "Google the benefits of pineapple juice". It's almost universally agreed that the viral post is in reference to the urban myth that drinking pineapple juice before sex makes a vagina and semen for that matter taste a whole lot sweeter.
By Stephen Matthews For Mailonline. Oral sex is surrounded by various myths, with many deeming it harmless. Flocks of men believe a quick guzzle of pineapple juice before receiving fellatio will make a difference.