A UK sex educator named Alix Fox is hosting teaching classes tagged BYOS – Bring Your Own Semen. Participants will be will be taught how to use semen as a cooking ingredient in cakes and other desserts as well as main courses.
The cooking classes, which will be held in Shoreditch, London, once 30 people have registered interest, will discuss the health benefits of semen and cooking using the ingredient.
Aside registering for the classes, participants will need to bring at least five teaspoons of semen along with them to the class, which can be their own, or even come from their partner.
They will also learn to make chicken with a spicy jerk sauce, a semen-salted caramel dessert, and even cocktails using the bodily fluid.
The organizer, Alix Fox said while the idea of bringing [semen] into the kitchen will doubtless appall many people, some individuals find the idea of consuming such an intimate substance an incredible turn-on. Alix said;
“And I guess when you consider that humans regularly consume eggs – which are essentially the product of a chicken menstruating – eating a partner’s semen doesn’t seem quite so round the twist.”
This is not the first time people have found an alternative use for semen; last year Tracy Kiss, from Wendover, Buckinghamshire had posted a video to her YouTube page, describing it as a cooling, natural skin treatment to sooth the sensitive skin.
The single mother-of-two described how a male friend delivers his ‘juice’ to her in plastic pots from the Chinese takeaway, which she then rubs into her skin and leaves to sink in for up to 20 minutes.
Semen contains proteolytic enzymes, which are designed to dissolve proteins. When applied to the skin on a regular basis, these enzymes may help to break down dead layers and leave the skin feeling smoother, she had claimed.