This article was originally published on 16 February 2015.
So you are wondering whether this 17-year-old “friend” should agree to have this man use her body as a receptacle for his “accumulated sperms”. Boys start producing sperm from about age 12 or 13. Assuming that this man is telling the truth and he is a virgin, then your friend is in line to receive about 13 years’ worth of sperm. Where would it go? What would she do with it?
This man is lying to her and I suspect he chose her because she is much younger than him.
Women’s bodies are not receptacles for excess sperm. If your friend isn’t ready to have sex with this man, or any man for that matter, then she should wait and let any boyfriend know what her plan is.
It would also behove her to date boys her own age because she will find that they are easier to deal with. At 17, she is not an adult.
But her boyfriend, who has been an adult for eight years, will be committing statutory rape if he has sex with her.
As I discussed a few weeks ago: there is no such thing as excess sperm. Instead, men’s bodies were created with two systems to get rid of old, or rather unused, sperm. The first is the drip method where sperm is transferred into the urethra and expelled the next time the man urinates. Men also have wet dreams where they ejaculate.
Test his commitment
This horny man is simply trying to manipulate this naïve girl into having sex with him before marriage. It is highly unlikely that he is a virgin or has any intention of marrying your friend. If she really likes him and wants to weigh his commitment, she should ask him to wait until she finishes high school (and becomes a legal adult) and then they can revisit the issue. He will probably lose interest and move on to the next child that he can lie to. Shame on him! Excess sperm, my foot! Mschew!
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