He Said / She Said: Sex…During Her Period

By   zaki47   January 19, 2011 1:00 pm     Posted in Dating & Sex, Featured Left, Lifestyle, Sex


He Said/She Said is a new series designed to help dudes understand what chicks are thinking. Every week we’ll be throwing out a topic for debate…you can read the guy’s side here and the girl’s side at CollegeCandy.com. This week’s topic: Having Sex During Her Period.


As Daniel Day-Lewis can attest to, There Will Be Blood, so, how does a guy handle sex while his girl’s on the rag?

Unless you’re in to torture porn and/or snuff films, how can having sex while she’s menstruating be hot? If it’s a random hook up, that’s immediate grounds for dismissal. If she’s your girlfriend and she REALLY wants it, begs for it, DEMANDS it, you’ve gotta weigh your options. Are you tough enough to outlive the trauma?

Men love to spill blood and semen… separately… in their respective and appropriate forums. But both at the same time? While there are some uber-creeps out there, I doubt any guy would go for it. Do the use of towels make it any less traumatic?

My instinct tells me to STAY AWAY when a girl’s on her period. The smell of blood is anything but arousing. It sets off our survival instincts. We may go full werewolf, and not the sexy, metrosexual werewolf you’re thinking of, the kind that can only be killed by a well aimed pistol and a silver bullet. Surely, you will have neither at your bedside.

However, there are three major determining factors that will affect your decision:


photo by Hill Street Studios, © Blend Images


Throw back enough of dem mead steins and even the ruddiest of stumps will look poke-able. But even that ruddy stump isn’t slathered in fetid visceral fluids. Whether or not you can hold down your cookies while you lay down the Hammer of Thor will become the sub-quest in your RPG of shame.



photo by Fuse


If this has been a long standing adventure, and it finally comes down to it, would you really let a few drops of the sangre de vida spoil your chances?



While it is highly unlikely that a girl will entertain the thought of bedding you on a heavy day, anything is possible. There are just as many female creepers as there are male creepers.



photo by Andy Reynolds, © Stone+


I’ve heard plenty of girls take a somewhat aggressive stance on period sex, taunting us males, “oh you shouldn’t be afraid of a little blood.” We’re not. We’d simply rather not associate the loveliest thing we know with the psychological equivalent of “death.” Waking up next to a lovely girl, covered in blood from pelvis to chest, doesn’t evoke romantic feelings. I immediately am jerked violently awake in a mad dash to see which of us is dying. If we’re not to be afraid of a little blood, then you shouldn’t be afraid to f*ck us on the first date, sugar. BOOM!


Check out what SHE SAID at CollegeCandy.com.

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    19 Responses to “He Said / She Said: Sex…During Her Period”
    1. spacer RubyTuesday's says:
      January 25, 2011 at 8:24 pm

      My last long-term boyfriend had NO problem sleeping with me no matter how heavy my flow was. I thought it was pretty weird. I talked to his mom about it and she said "well some people aren't grossed out by bodily fluids." Oookaaay. Turns out he wasn't a creeper at all. Or… so I thought before I found child porn on his computer.

      • spacer Blooody Mary says:
        January 26, 2011 at 7:31 pm

        Whats even creepier is that you spoke to his mother about your sex life! Did you talk to his father regarding his poopy habits too?

      • spacer bestgirlchu says:
        July 21, 2012 at 2:05 pm

        haha!!! thats sooo true!! haha who does that?!!

    2. spacer narnar says:
      January 26, 2011 at 4:24 am

      your forgetting that a women is most fertile and easily impregnated during he rperiod

      • spacer jimthetechie says:
        January 26, 2011 at 9:07 am

        Common misconception, sorry. In fact, those first five days of the cycle are risk-free for fertilization. No egg, nothing to fertilize.

      • spacer A Pregnant Girl says:
        January 26, 2011 at 11:41 am

        Actually you CAN get pregnant during your period. Your most fertile during ovulation for 3-5 days but you can get pregnant anytime.

      • spacer ayodeleohh says:
        April 16, 2011 at 10:50 pm

        i woman is not MOST fertile on her period. Its possible but women are most fertile about 2 weeks after her period begins. Right smack dab in the middle of her cycle. Trust me.

    3. spacer Joe says:
      January 26, 2011 at 9:52 am

      I love to do it when my lady is on. Its bareback time and I don't have to worry about pulling out.

    4. spacer Guest says:
      January 26, 2011 at 11:44 am

      Nothing wrong with period sex. And if the blood’s coming out the v-hole very heavily, you can still lick the cl*t and you can still f*ck the @ss.

    5. spacer Pit says:
      January 27, 2011 at 8:26 am

      What's the big deal with this? The blood isn't going to hurt you. Go for it in the shower.

      I have another bed in my guest room that my girlfriend calls the period bed. I have a soft comforter on top so she doesn't feel the pads protecting the mattress. super soft for her. When I'm done absolutely pounding her, I take it and stick it in the washer.

      Then shower time for another.

      You might die tomorrow.. forget the blood and have fun

    6. spacer Ariana says:
      March 30, 2011 at 1:33 am

      My ex totally grossed me out when he requested to “eat me out” when I was on the rag…. Really that’s one of Ur fantasies???? I’m into twilight and all but wanting to taste my va-J-J with period blood is just NASTY!!! :s

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