Swapping spit is usually considered a standard component of bumping uglies—but it’s not for everybody. We dig into the psychology and logistics of slobber-free screwing.
Step inside the red-light district of Amsterdam, and it’s hard not to take advantage of the opportunity to go window-shopping for sex. There are hundreds of legal prostitutes standing seductively behind glass in brothels where, for a nominal and relatively reasonable fee, a person can engage a lady of the evening in a sexual encounter.
Upon negotiating the terms of this transaction, however, some might be surprised to learn that, while fucking is highly encouraged, kissing is off the menu. This lack of intimacy is presumably weird for some, but it’s typically a non-issue. After all, it’s not like the clientele shows up at these places looking for a relationship.
“This attitude that sex always has to be romantic rather than animalistic is as absurd as it is antiquated. How often do we really meet someone we want to kiss?”Kate
But alas, this is not a travel article about the ins and outs of the Dutch pay-for-poon trade. It’s about casual, loveless, slobber-free, what-was-your-name-again porking. As strange as it may seem, there are regular people everywhere who, just like many working girls, do not swap spit during sex. This rare breed of a fornicating populous doesn’t have any interest in playing tonsil hockey with strangers. Kissing on the mouth, for some folks, is far too intimate for a random hookup, so it is completely off the table—especially if it’s going to involve the tongue.
“Kissing during sex is overrated,” 33-year-old Kate, a musician from New Orleans, tells HUSTLERMagazine.com. “This attitude that sex always has to be romantic rather than animalistic is as absurd as it is antiquated. How often do we really meet someone we want to kiss?”