Most men suffer from an oral fixation. No, I'm not trying to revive Freud. I'm simply stating a sexual truism: Collegiate men are, for the most part, obsessed with oral sex. Unfortunately, men aren't too savvy about soliciting oral pleasure from their partners. Instead of seducing their lovers with words of sexual wisdom, they assume that oral sex is to sex as fries are to a Happy Meal. In case you're unaware, fellas, that kind of attitude makes most women gag - but not from introducing her tonsils to your member. If you're the type of guy that equates sensuality with swallowing, try taking a less aggressive approach to getting intimate with your lover's throat. Whisper sweet nothings in her ear, compliment her beautiful eyes and silky hair, then remind her of the myriad health benefits affiliated with ... semen.

Perk up by going down: According to researchers at the State University of New York at Albany, the ingestion of semen could reduce stress and lower depression. Possibly due to the presence of sugar-based enzymes, such as fructose and inositol, or metabolism catalyzers, like citric acid or vitamin B12, semen intake appears to serve as a natural mood stabilizer. Be forewarned, however, that attempts to hold your lover's head in place may have a counterbalancing effect. Forcing blood pressure to its knees: Another study, conducted at Yale University, found that women who swallow semen while performing oral sex are at a lower risk for developing preeclampsia, a pregnancy-related, high-blood pressure disorder, than the general female popular. When coupled with pills that make sperm taste better, shouldn't this answer, once and for all, the question of whether or not swallowing is better than spitting? Cure for cancer: Semen contains selenium, an important antioxidant. I don't know about you, but I don't think cigarette companies are going to quit anytime soon, nor do I believe that pharmaceutical lobbyists are ready to pack up and go home. So, along with Gardasil, a vaccine that guards against certain types of human papillomavirus, semen may be the best bet in the fight against cancer.