glendaletonight saidHey guys, my BF and I have been going out for awhile now and we're both committed to each other, and have barebacked a few times, but never creamed inside of me.
I am very interested in trying it out, I've long craved the desire to feel another guy's cum in me.
So, I am wondering, what does it feel like to have another guy cum in you? can you feel it?
Sorry this isn't directly on topic, but I hope both of you are being tested for HIV and STDs at 6-month intervals. And remember that most HIV tests show infection status no more recent than 3-6 months ago, because of the natural delay in producing the blood markers upon which the tests rely.
But a person can still be infected and be infecting others, even if he tests negative during this 6-month window. He can show you his negative HIV results from a rapid test he took that very morning, and still be poz and infect you, if he contracted HIV 2 or 3 months earlier. The tests commonly used simply won't detect HIV that soon after his exposure to it.
And BTW the infection risk isn't just from semen, but also from pre-ejaculate (pre-cum) that many men ooze when aroused. So even if he doesn't cum, practicing a gay form of coitus interruptus, he can still be leaving material inside you containing HIV.
Lastly, for BBing to be safe requires absolute, 100% monogamy by a couple who are being tested regularly. If he ever cheats and contracts HIV he can kill you, as well as himself. He may not even realize that he's already infected, and so not be lying to you intentionally when he professes that he's clean, though clearly misleading you regarding his fidelity.
So you're placing your life in the hands of another man, based on your belief that he would never, ever cheat. Sadly, the percentage of men infected this way, though I don't know any reliable scientific studies, would appear quite high, the victims including my own late partner, innocently infected by his cheating former partner.
BTW, I'm not able to answer your feeling cum question, since I always bottomed with a condom, and topped with one as well, so that my previous lovers felt nothing, too. I don't use a condom today with my monogamous partner, but due to identical cancer treatments neither of us ejaculates very much anymore.