What's A Rainbow Kiss? People Are Grossed Out By This Trend

In the realm of peculiar dating trends, ranging from 'fluid bonding' to 'zombieing,' the rainbow kiss undeniably stands out as the most eccentric of them all.

This explicit term is going viral on TikTok, with numerous videos surfacing on the platform discussing it.

This puzzling revelation has left many individuals bewildered, and to some extent, even appalled, while others are expressing regret over ever discovering what it entails.


If you happen to be intrigued by the notion of a rainbow kiss, allow me to shed some light on its meaning and whether it's genuinely safe to engage in.

What is a rainbow kiss?

While it might initially sound like one of the most romantic types of kisses, a rainbow kiss is, in fact, regarded as repulsive by many individuals.


This particular act entails a man performing oral sex on a woman while she is menstruating, while simultaneously engaging in mutual oral stimulation (69 position), and the woman also performing oral sex on the man.

During this act, the man's mouth becomes filled with menstrual fluid, while the woman's mouth is filled with the man's ejaculate, which explains the origin of the term "rainbow."


Frequently, people mistakenly associate this term with 'snowballing,' which is a similar kind of act where the man ejaculates into the woman's mouth, and then he kisses her to draw the semen back into his own mouth.

They will then proceed to pass the semen back and forth between them.


Many people have taken to social media and shared their disgust at the trend, with one person writing: "Should have stayed curious, to be honest."

Another adds: "I should have minded my business."

While somebody else comments: "Who would do that? Like bro."

"I'm not good after learning," says a fourth.

Is the rainbow kiss safe?

Engaging in a rainbow kiss is likely not the safest activity you could indulge in with your partner, especially if you don't know them well and lack awareness of their sexual health status.


Both semen and menstrual blood can carry potentially infectious pathogens that might lead to viruses like HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis.

Participating in a rainbow kiss makes it highly susceptible to transmitting STDs and STIs.

According to Dr. Heather Irobunda's advice to Cosmopolitan, "If you are uncertain about your partner's STD status, sharing rainbow kisses should be avoided."


It's crucial to take consent into account since not everyone will be comfortable with the idea of combining semen and menstrual blood together.