Rapper Branded 'Anti-Ejaculator' After Saying Men 'Shouldn't Finish During Sex'
A rapper has been branded an 'anti-ejaculator' after saying men 'shouldn't release no semen' during sex.
Kevin Gates hit the headlines last month when he revealed that he doesn't finish when he's in the throes of passion with his partner.
Speaking on the Million Dollar Worth of Game podcast, the rapper said the aim of sex for men should be to 'please their partner' and that not finishing can even have 'healing qualities' for the body.
He said: "Another thing I was telling you that's really healing to your body, and it's going to sound crazy, but it's semen retention, not releasing no semen.
"Your intention should be to please your partner, and don't release no semen.
"If you feel you about to release, stop, and it's just gonna heal your central nervous system and everything, it'll heal your brain.
"It's about knowing your body. I engage in a lot of foreplay because I aim to please my partner.
"When I say foreplay, I mean everything. I like to kiss everything, that's just me. Don't even tell me where your spot at, I'ma find it. I aim to please my partner, whatever partner I'm dealing with at the time.
"But I know that if I just go in there with the intention to just f*** the p****, that's microwave p**** - bop, bop, bop, bing, it's over with."
Adding: "I start with the feet first, like, cause a woman walk on her feet all day. I ain't gonna give away my recipe, but yeah, it's, you know."
Gates went on to say that he has an incredible amount of respect for women's bodies and the womb.
"That's another thing, I'm big on that, too. Like, even before I have sex, I pray," he said.
"Because this is spiritual. All great men came through the womb of a woman."
However, Gates has come in for a fair bit of flack for his comments, with some even calling him an 'anti-ejaculator'.
Writing on Reddit, one user said: "An anti-ejaculator. In his world, women ejaculate on his face, and he gets pregnant."
Another chimed in: "That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard."
"That's one of the most moronic statements I have ever heard. What the hell are men suppose to do? What a twit," put a third.
While another added: "Small brain statement."