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ScarcelyHeard
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I've never really masturbated... I just never got any pleasure out of it. Last night I decided to try it and keep going to see what I liked... I read that one of the "warning signals" is the urge to urinate... um, I kind of did... I'm quite positive it wasn't ejaculation... I climaxed several times, never did orgasm, but this happened afterward the climaxing.

I'm just wondering how common this is... I'm pretty paranoid now... what if my significant other goes to pleasure me and this happens.

It's kind of funny and kind of sad at the same time. I don't think I can ever try that again though.

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I'm not really sure what you're meaning, do you think you could clarify your meanings?

Climax and orgasm are quite often interchangable terms, so I'm not certain what you mean that you climaxed several times but never orgasmed.

Similarly, if by climaxed you mean expelling liquid from your urethra, it likely WAS ejaculate, as urination would pretty much only happen once. Also, did you empty your bladder before masturbating? If so, you can also safely assume this was NOT urine, and was probably female ejaculate.

And as far as engaging in sexual activity with your partner- a huge part of being prepared for sexual activity is being able to communicate with your partner. Another huge part is undertsanding that sex is messy! Many different fluids can be involved, and if that's something your partner can't handle then they really probably aren't ready to be sexually active at all. To avoid any possible mess, too, you can always put down a towel when you are engaging in sexual activity.

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I'm pretty sure I did, and after I was done, I used the bathroom again and uh, used it for quite a while. I just assumed (I think I read it somewhere) that ejaculate is supposed to be thick, and not very much of it. You know it's pretty bad when you have to change your bedding afterwards. I don't think it had a colour though.

I already kind of talked to my partner what happened, since we were kind of sitting around talking about vaginas, kind of random, but since it was my first masturbating experience and I still didn't get there, I told him and left out the bedwetting details, just kind of said that I really had to use the bathroom and actually did and I wasn't sure what it was. We can be pretty open about things at random times.

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