Everyone has different things that get them going during sex. But, unfortunately, the world can be pretty judge-y when it comes to anything that deviates from standard missionary penis-in-vagina intercourse. Which means being honest about your sexual likes, whether it's with a friend or a partner, can be pretty intimidating.
But the reality is, there’s a whole world of sexual acts and preferences out there (kinky fetishes, anyone?). And if you’re into something that seems out-of-the-norm, that's nothing to be ashamed of.
In fact, that was precisely the topic at-hand on the recent Reddit thread aptly named: Things that you like during sex that others find gross.
Here's what they like between the sheets:
"Kissing after giving/receiving oral. Never understood why people think that’s gross. Seems normal and primal." —leg_day
"I love swallowing my boyfriend's cum or him cumming on me." —shy_in_bed
"I've been known to lick armpits with some gusto as long as they don't have deodorant on them." —ra_account
"I know some people like this, but for me it has been a huge turnoff for me until my current partner. Sweat and slight BO. I don't mean days of going unshowered, I mean the way he smells when he's showered in the morning and then come[s] over after work...I love to lick the sweat off his neck after sex. Every single other partner, this has grossed me out. If they're even a little smelly I'll suggest a wash up. He has some kind of biological power over me I can't get my mind around." —finmeister
"My boyfriend and I had drunk sex a few weeks ago. Along with a lot of new things for the both of us that happened that weekend, he spit in my mouth. It was unexpected and looking back, I’d have imagined I’d think it was weird, but I actually thought it was hot." —moshtradamus_
"My love for chest hair, leg hair, hairs in general. I like to pull them, play with them, touch them. Nothing can top a hairy man..." —yayo_rza
"Some people find smelling other people to be gross, but sometimes I just really want to drink in my partner's scent during sex, foreplay, or in the afterglow." —coidzor
This article originally appeared on Women's Health US