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May All Your Dreams Be Wet

Josh Killoran

Dreams are part of what makes humanity so interesting. Whether they are dreams of joining the circus to become a juggling clown or of becoming rich, dreams fuel us. Dreams spur innovation onward. Acknowledging that begs the question, what about the seedier dreams? What about the dreams that make you cum into your sheets? Many people are ashamed about these wet dreams, or nocturnal emissions, but they have no reason to be. Most people go through it and it has no negative side effects on the dreamer. Although there are humorous myths surrounding wet dreams they won't really affect you. Don't be afraid if you wake up swimming in jism, it's a story older than time.

An Introduction to Wet Dreams

The majority of people spill their seed in the bed at least once. This is a wet dream, despite the name they don't have to be attached to a dream. Wet dreams are simply spontaneously ejaculation in your sleep. Often this happens during a sex dream, but that isn't necessary. The frequency that they happen really depends on the individual, some people have them a few times a week and others might have one in a lifetime. Notice how I have been using vague pronouns, this is because everyone has wet dreams. The popular myth is that only men can spray their sheets, not true nocturnal emissions are an equal opportunity event. Teenage girls will be having wet dreams alongside their counterparts, it just happens to be less evident after the fact. When a lady cums in her sleep her vagina will lubricate itself and she'll have an orgasm. This is a little different from when the gentlemen spray ropes of goo that get mashed between their sheets(1). The results differ but it's the same phenomenon and this phenomenon tends to rear its head in puberty.

Wet Dreams & Puberty

Puberty is when the human body starts to make sex hormones. They flood the body, nearly to the point of being overwhelming. It isn't surprising that it's during this time that wet dreams start to occur. When sex hormones are produced at full speed your body gets primed for sex. In the case of guys the semen will build up – eventually it needs to escape. Once you reach that level of build up it bursts on to the scene of your unconscious and your sheets. Logic then dictates that to avoid soiling your favorite bedspread you have to release the cum while your awake. This explains the correlation between masturbation and a lack of wet dreams(2). Your goo is getting out one way or the other, you might as well have some say in when. The problem is that many people not only have shame about masturbation but about the wet dreams themselves. It has come to the point where doctors will tell patients that the thing that should be addressed is the shame about wet dreams, not the emission itself. There really is no reason to have any shame about these dreams, 83% percent of men in a recent survey admitted to having a wet dream at least once. On average most of those guys were having them every three weeks. There isn't even much religious basis for the shame. Both Islam and Christianity claim that there is no sinning in having a wet dream. Mainly due to the fact that the dreamer isn't conjuring up the orgasm themselves(3). Any kind of shame appears to be attached to a lack of understanding around the phenomenon. Hopefully it can be fixed with education.

Myths

There is such a lack of education around the wet dream phenomenon that several myths still shroud it. These myths seem to cling to a primal fear, particularly in the case of young men. Many people think that wet dreams will make you weaker or reduce the size of your cock. As if cum is your version of Samson's hair and that spilling a teaspoon in your sleep will keep you from defending yourself. After all, that's where the fear of weakness is rooted – not in a reduction of your bench press – in a fear of being attacked. Would having a runny nose make you weaker, you are merely losing a bit of fluid from your body. There is no scientific basis that cumming in your sleep will make you lose strength or reduce your cock's girth/length. Another myth is that wet dreams are a sign of impending sickness or that they will harm you. It would seem that these myths started from the simple fact that wet dreams tend to be sudden, infrequent, and no one prepares you for them. There is also the sad fact that parents tend to not to want to talk to their children about anything that springs forth from their genitals, and vice versa. Therefore, with so much left unsaid myths and half-truths will take root around unexplained bodily functions. However, once again there is no scientific basis for wet dreams being harmful or connected to illness(4). It's simply a bodily function, like a runny nose. Only with cum instead of snot... their both viscous fluids.

Conclusion

Wet dreams seem to be the result of your body having to deal with a swelling of sex hormones and fluid that needs to be expelled. That would explain why they happen the most in puberty. The hormones and cum are being produced in your body at new and astronomical levels. Therefore you have no experience on how to deal with those things. Once you learn how, masturbation and sex, wet dreams cease to occur. These emissions are simply part of an adjustment period. There is no reason to fear them in any way. Having a wet dream won't change your body or make you ill. It is a simple release of fluid. Why not enjoy your dreams?

  1. “Wet Dreams: Top Five Facts,” accessed on July 18, 2017, https://lovematters.in/en/news/wet-dreams-top-five-facts

  2. “Wet Dream FAQ,” accessed on July 18, 2017, http://teens.webmd.com/boys/wet-dream-faq#1

  3. “Nocturnal Emissions Facts: Frequent Wet Dreams in Men,” accessed on July 18, 2017, https://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/male-sexual-health/facts-about-frequent-wet-dreams-in-men.html

  4. “Nightfall or Wet Dreams – Causes, Treatment & Myths,” accessed in July 18, 2017, https://www.doctorinsta.com/blog-content/nightfall-or-wet-dreams-causes-treatment-myths