My Husband Ejaculates Into My Mouth When I’m Sleeping — Is That Rape?


There’s nothing wrong with couples being intimate, but there’s such a thing as going too far. People think they can get away with anything once they’re married. They think that they’re given some free pass to do whatever they please. But they can’t. Take for instance this one woman whose husband ejaculates into her mouth while she’s sleeping. Most of the time, he’s the lovable man she married, but other times, he’s different… Some nights, he gets completely out of hand. Keep reading to discover more about the husband who ejaculates into his wife’s mouth she’s sleeping.
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A healthy sex life. When you’re in a relationship, your sex life can be as wild as you want it to be. Not satisfied with a vanilla approach? No problem. Spice things up and go crazy. However, if you’re going to “go crazy,” you better make sure these choices are consensual. Otherwise… you’re treading dangerous waters.

Sexually aggressive. A woman who calls herself Joan has opened up about her marriage. The way she puts it: it’s healthy. Everything seems to be in working order, she makes her husband happy, he makes her happy, and their sex life is as intense as it is enjoyable. They always keep each other hungry for more. However, there’s a catch, and it has everything to do with being taken advantage of.

Late nights. On some occasions, Joan will wake up to discover that her husband is using her body for sex without her permission. Though she admits that they enjoy indulging in sexual practices that some might consider to be a bit “hardcore,” she explains that she’s at a point now where she’s not sure what she can rationally consider to be acceptable.

Ejaculating. There have been nights when Joan has woken up to her husband holding his erect penis over her face, aiming it at her mouth and spraying his semen inside. She always gags and coughs, most of the time coughing most of it out, but it never stops him from repeating it.

Changing minds. Sometimes, Joan is completely against this, but there have been nights when she was admittedly turned on by it. “Sometimes, I like it,” she said. “Sometimes, it’s hot. But I get why people might judge me for this. I get that people will think I’m being ridiculous. But it’s different when you’re in the moment.”

Pushing to be experimental. “Even before we were married, we pushed each other to pursue our love of sex,” she said. “We’ve always been the couple who wants to sneak off and f*ck at a party or do something that some people would be bothered by. So it’s hard for me to be mad at him when I more or less gave him the OK.”

Being cool. “It also doesn’t help that I’ve never actually seemed upset after he’s done this,” she said. She explains that even though it catches her off guard and she needs a minute to wake up and process it, she always ends up smiling and even laughing sometimes. When it happens, it doesn’t seem like a big deal.

Sinking in. It’s not until the day following, when she has time to actually process everything, that she’s not entirely sure whether or not she’s OK with his behavior. “He’s not a bad person,” she said. “Not at all. We’re just very sexual. I just wonder if this is possibly going a little too far, and I need to know what to do about it.”

Other side of the coin. Now, as appalled as she may be when this happens, Joan explains that she feels it’s difficult to be upset with him, because she’s done “similar things” to him in the past. Though the things she did never resulted in bodily fluids entering her mouth, she’s not sure if it’s fair for her to point fingers.

Late night sex. There have been occasions where Joan will wake up in the middle of the night, horny, and will begin to have sex with her husband while he’s sleeping. She said, “I’ll check if he’s hard, and he usually is, and I’ll just straddle him and sit on top. He usually wakes up and is always ok with it.”

Men are always in the mood. Joan isn’t sure if she has any right to complain because of what she does, but she says that her husband is always in the mood. In fact, she said, “Men are always in the mood, so when I do this, it’s less about taking over. When he c*ms into my mouth, I feel dirty.”

Changing the rules. Joan enjoys the wild sex life they have, but she’s considering putting limits on what they do. She said, “I’ve gotten to the point where I think I may tell him there needs to be boundaries. I just don’t want him to think I hate him for this, because I don’t.”

Give and take. “I’ve even considered coming to him with new ideas as well about things I’m wanting to do, even if I’m not really into it,” she said. “Maybe this won’t work or make sense, but if he says no to something, then I can feel more comfortable about telling him to not c*m in my mouth anymore while I’m sleeping.”

Growing up. She’s thought that maybe she’s just growing up, and the things that may have turned her on just don’t do it for her anymore. She refuses to call her husband a rapist, but if she’s not completely in the mood, she wonders if she’s just being blind to what’s really happening. She worries that she might be naive.

Everyday. “Every day, it changes,” she said. “Some days I’m cool with it, other days, I’m not. And it’s not like this happens all the time. It’s happened a few times, and I’ve never told him to stop, so of course he doesn’t. But I’m at a crossroads, and I’ve got to figure out what to do.”


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