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HoobAPinK
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i was wondering if girls could cum when im fooling around with my boyfriend sometimes white stuff comes out but not all the time.

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GirlWithCalidoscopeEyes
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When a girl gets really aroused..she gets "wet" which basically is slang for the excretions your vagina is giving off to make yourself more lubricated for sex..so people use this to say that a girl is cumming..
Please correct me if I'm wrong...but I'm pretty sure hehe

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HoobAPinK
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yea but when a girl gets wet does anything come out like it does for a guy?

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logic_grrl
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The word "cum" or "come" is pretty confusing because some folks use to mean "orgasm" while some use it to mean "ejaculate", and those aren't the same things.

When you "get wet" because you are sexually aroused, your vagina produces lubrication.

Some women produce a clear fluid from the urethra when they orgasm or are very aroused, and this is sometimes called "female ejaculation", but most women don't do this.

Check out Sexual Response and Orgasm – A User’s Guide.


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HoobAPinK
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quote:
Originally posted by logic_grrl:
Some women produce a clear fluid from the urethra when they orgasm or are very aroused, and this is sometimes called "female ejaculation", but most women don't do this.

so some women can ejaculate? and if you do is it alright? does it feel any different whether you do or not?

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It's fine and cool if you do, but it's relatively rare. And it's not some supreme special sexual experience that you're missing out on if you don't .

Type "female ejaculation" into the board search function and you'll find a bunch of threads on it.


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HoobAPinK
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ok thanx a lot
if anyone has has more info on it please write it in here.

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To clarify, if what you're looking at is "white stuff," that isn't female ejaculate. It's fluids from arousal as well as your normal cervical mucus. Ejaculate is clear and a very thin liquid.

Does it "feel" different when one does actually ejaculate? That's a tough answer, because I'm not sure what you're asking if it feels different from. Ejaculation is not orgasm. They are two separate, though often interrelated, things. Personally, I find ejaculating feels nice, a physical release, and not unlike urinating, but it's not like during sexual activities when I don't ejaculate it feels like I'm missing out on something, at all. When a woman ejaculates, she often may not be satisfied with that alone at that point, so it's not this all-encompassing thing that makes all else pale in comparison by any stretch.

FYI, most women who are ejaculators, both in my personal experience and my professional knowledge, do not tend to do so via penis-in-vagina intercourse, for those who engage in heterosexual intercourse at all. It's usually more likely, IME, to happen via extensive manual penetration (with hands or toys) w/clitorial stimulation included.

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HoobAPinK
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so let me see if i got this straight...if i girl does ejaculate that doesnt means she isn't satisfied and can keep going as when a guy ejaculates that means he is satisfied? or do i have that all wrong? and not all women can ejalculate? if some women can and some cant is there any difference at all?
im so confused!! lol

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Hoob, there's this thing called a refractory period. Men have it, and women don't usually have it. It means that after orgasm, a man will not be able to get an erection again for anywhere from 10 minutes to 30 minutes. Some women have a refractory period that lasts a little while during which she isn't sexually arousable. Usually, women don't really have a refractory period to speak of and can continue to have sex, even after orgasm.

Ejaculation has very little to do with refractory. If a man doesn't ejaculate, but is still sexually "done," then he's gonna have to wait till after refractory period is up before he can have another go.

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quote:
Originally posted by Miz Scarlet:
Ejaculate is clear and a very thin liquid.

I've seen lots of "educational videos" of "female ejaculation". Some feature the "clear and... very thin liquid" as you suggested, but some also show variations in color to white and beige; viscosity varies, as well. The point being: are you sure it has to be thin and clear to be the urethra-originated female ejaculation as discussed above? If not, what would you speculate to be the source of forcibly propelled white creamy liquids from the vagina of a seemingly orgasming woman? (I could send you the videos if you really, really need to see what I'm talking about. I'd really like to know what I'm looking at here)


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Everytime me and my boyfriend are having sex..right before I have an orgasm, I feel like I'm about to piss myself..is it suppose to feel like that..like the orgasm or is it I really have to go tinkle? I feel really weird posting that..but I really want to know!!!
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Some women find that certain types of sexual stimulation can make them feel like they need to urinate.

So a smart move would be to make sure you urinate before sexual activity, so you can feel confident that you don't really need to and don't have to worry about it.


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Somewhatanonymous, to reply to your question, in my personal and professional experience, as well as any additional credible lit (or video) I have ever seen addressing female ejaculate, you're not talking about something in any way opaque.

I have seen films in which there was clearly some fakage going on in which that appearance was used (perhaps the male filmakers felt best creating ejaculate that looked more like theirs?), and it's possible you might also be looking at lighting variants causing that. But what you're describing doesn't sound authentic or familiar to me.


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