If the semen has just been inside you for, say, 10 minutes, the best way to clean it off is to have someone else wash you down there with a washcloth or damp towel, and then simply run your fingers around the vaginal opening. But no matter how you handle the sperm, when you expel it, it will contain bacteria, which should be treated. "If I have come inside of me and then wash it, I have porny wipes at the ready (or even facial wipes like the ones you use to clean babies, gah)," a 26-year-old woman explained to Mic. "I either take that and wipe the area, or wipe it with a clean underwear. I do that because I know how disgusting it is, and it takes away some of the grossness. But I definitely would never handle it with my hands or anything."
Alternatively, you can try a bathing soak. "My boyfriend and I have talked about trying this at least a few times," a 29-year-old woman told Mic. "I'm not sure why, but we always end up turning each other on. It's pretty great."
One of the best ways to deal with ejaculate is to simply let it sit, that is, for 10 to 20 minutes. This will both dilute the sperm and make you more likely to come in the future. "I let mine sit (not on my pussy, but in its own special cup in the fridge)," a 26-year-old woman explained to Mic. "Women are told to do this, but guys never are."
You should clean your vulva afterward, but only once the semen is first gone and you're going to take care of it. You can clean it with either a gentle washcloth or Gynol, as long as you don't stick anything in there. "This is because you can get yeast infections, or even a bacterial infection if you clean it too often," a 26-year-old woman said. "Spermicide is obviously a really bad idea." d2c66b5586