As a committed longtime ethical/health-minded vegan and regular consumer of my man's sperm, for me personally there is an urgent issue not mentioned: What does the sperm provider eat? If he's not vegan, and especially not vegetarian, then his sperm and everything about his body, including his sweat, his pheromes and even his scent are not vegan because they contain the essence of what he eats. If a man eats meat or fish or other slaughter products, then his sperm is a product of harm. And what if a novice vegetarian man just happens to eat vitamins or medications in gelatin capsules or tablets or drinks wine filtered through fish bladders (isinglass)? I would say his sperm is not vegan. Sperm is a life force that should be celebrated and savored by the tongue of compassion in sexual intimacy. Is it comprised of living beings before it reaches the egg? That's a tough one but I don't see it as a vegan issue. We know that nearly all men's sperm cells are destined to die as ejaculate because sperm was meant to gush like a fountain of life and men cannot contain it forever. Releasing it is healthy and natural. Probably less than one in a billion sperm cells lives on via pregnancy. The virility of ahimsa-based (non-harm) sperm can be both sexual and sacred to consume because it derives from eternal life, not death. Virile sperm was worshiped in some ancient civilizations. The intimate tasting and consumption of my man's sperm is an expression of physical and spiritual love allowing it to avoid being wasted. It lives on within me as nourishment that becomes one with every cell in my body, meaning I'm happily composed of what comes from his testicles but I'm not composed of dead animal flesh. Receiving it as nourishment also stimulates and rewards my man for his vegan ethical ahimsa. I know this was a really old (2004) post. But I would hope that any vegan girl will feel the same about her man’s sperm.
Last edited by Dollina; 11-16-2015 at 04:58 PM.