Semenology: The Art of Mixology with Semen?

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We’ve seen titles change over the years, janitor to industrial engineer, secretary to administrative assistant, and bartender to mixologist.   The question is why did those titles change?  Did they change because people with college degrees started taking these positions or did the qualified start adding MORE to the position?

Well semen in drinks might get someone fired and brought up on charges, but Paul “Fotie” Photenhauer, a semen-cooking enthusiast, even thinks that serving semen in a drink or anything else unwittingly is wrong, wrong, wrong.  Photenhauer got into the semen spiking business after a dinner in 2006, that asked the question “spit or swallow.”

“…and he noticed that everyone, gay or straight, expected their partner to swallow but weren’t necessarily willing to reciprocate.”

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Photenhauer self-published cookbooks, 2011’s Natural Harvest: A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes and the new Semenology: The Semen Bartender’s Handbook — makes his drinks and foods of intimacy official…but only at home of course.  This acquired taste is not for anyone but lovers.  Photenhauer believes you should be able to swallow your own “juices” if you want someone else to do the same.  The interview in SF Weekly shows Photenhauer’s standards:

“…for his part, acknowledges the risks of ingesting the semen of strangers, and was adamant on the phone and in his books that no one should serve guests semen-filled food without their knowledge. “I’m against [people saying], ‘Oh, I put semen in their margarita and they didn’t know about it,'” he says. “That’s wrong. That’s gross and that’s wrong.”

Photenhauer is a freak, but he doesn’t expect anyone to share without having the intent to have relations with them.

“For me, it’s more of a fun twist to add to food, or in this case a drink. It adds a definite personal twist to it,” he says. “I would never eat or drink semen, cooked or otherwise, from someone I wouldn’t be willing to have sex with.”

Check out the rest of the interview here.  It may be a completely different world for some of you, but some of you may be able to enlighten us about his recipes.

-J.C. Brooks

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