Some people seek the rainbow kiss for sentimental reasons, while others love to share the semen and blood of their period with their partner.
Rainbow kisses can be a way to play with blood without risking a break in the skin or whipping out blades.
Of course, all blood play comes with risks, but a menstrual rainbow kiss will not send you to the hospital. It’s a great way to show respect for your partner’s body.
The risks of a rainbow kiss are similar to those of unprotected sex. This type of kiss may carry harmful bacteria and viruses. Infections that can be passed on through kissing include HIV, gonorrhea, herpes, syphilis, and chlamydia. To ensure your safety, only give a rainbow kiss to someone who you know and trust.
The Rainbow Kiss is a play by Simon Farquhar. The play script is published by Oberon Books. The story revolves around the love of two people who meet in a pub. Simon Farquhar, a Scottish writer, wrote the script for the play. It has been performed all over the world.