Earlier this week I got interviewed by Anna Roth over at SFWeekly, and today the results were published. I think it does a lot to confirm how serious I am about semen cuisine and dispelles some myths about me and my lifestyle. The interview focused mostly on my newest book, Semenology.

Perhaps more importantly, Anna took the time to an infectious disease specialist about ingesting semen who confirmed that cooked semen is safe and that ingesting raw semen is about the same risk level as oral sex.

Anna and me got to talking on Twitter a while ago and I’m really happy I did the interview with her. If you know a reporter that should interview me, I take inquires at semenbook@gmail.com or @semenbook. Happy reading!

Update: The SFWeekly article also led Huffington Post to create an article! Wow, what a day!

Update 2: Now Cosmopolitan has joined the Semenology party!

sfweekly

Tagged with →  
Share →

Leave a Reply

Recent mentions

  1. Erasu

  2. Gyula Takacs

  3. サックス大魔王
    サックス大魔王: 精液を使った料理本なんてあるのか… Natural Harvest – a collection of semen-based recipes https://t.co/oZBf5Eolau @semenbookさんから

  4. tittou
    tittou: @QSwearyXXXIV @j0k3r1035 @semenbook Beuuuuurk ... Ewwww😑😑😑

  5. Martin Gales

My recent tweets

  1. Fotie@cookingwithcum
    Fotie@cookingwithcum: Natural Harvest ebook available for free, only 3 days - https://t.co/wyMCSoblM9

  2. Fotie@cookingwithcum
    Fotie@cookingwithcum: @Rinaxas Sounds like a plan

  3. Fotie@cookingwithcum
    Fotie@cookingwithcum: @Rinaxas You should probably buy another copy then? Of both Natural Harvest and Semenology.

  4. Fotie@cookingwithcum
    Fotie@cookingwithcum: @atramixta @_kurete I see nothing wrong with that.

  5. Fotie@cookingwithcum
    Fotie@cookingwithcum: .@noahsolo I remember... Fond, fond memories of writing it. Especially developing the recipes.