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I'm a normal hetro guy but like to eat my cum.
Is this normal? does it mean anything?

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Sexual orientation -- heteropsexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, etc. -- is about what gender of people other than ourselves we find sexually and emotionally attractive. It's not going to have anything to do with something like this. If you think it might because you have male fluids, it might help to know that plenty of men attracted to men don't enjoy eating or tasting semen just because they find other men attractive.

Plenty of people are curious about our enjoy body fluids, their own or those of others. That, all by itself, really isn't suggestive of anything or anything to worry about.

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