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It would be more peculiar if semen were to go inside you and never come out again. Other people like the former but not the latter or vice versa. Still more can't necessarily feel their partner ejaculate, but like or dislike the feeling of post-coital wetness. Is there something wrong with their semen? In reality the quantity, colour, taste and texture of semen varies a lot. Some semen is thin and clear. Sometimes more of a jelly-like consistency. Semen usually liquefies over time, and if not wiped away will dry on fabrics or other surfaces.
Hopefully you now have a better idea about how different bodies work and are less worried, but if you are still uncertain the links in this reply should be reassuring. Petra Boynton is a social psychologist and sex researcher working in International Health Care and studying sex and relationships. Email your sex and relationships queries in confidence to: Please note that by submitting your question to Petra, you are giving your permission for her to use your question as the basis of her column, published online at Wonder Women.
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