Originally Posted by monkeypee13
From what I remember in 9th grade sex ed, semen is composed of three solutions...one solution (25-30% of semen) is to clean out your ureatha since traces of pee are still in there, the second solution (<1% of semen) is to protect the sperm from acidic solutions in the vagina, and the third (65-75%) is a sugary solution that the sperm feed off from. So the white should just be the sperm (2-5% of semen) since I've seen the answer of clear semen is just lack of sperm many times on these forums. I think the proteins you're thinking of is just one of the solutions in semen (the sugary solution which is produced by the seminal vesicle).
Yeah that seems to make more sense