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AHIQ
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I have always wondered Where the fluid from squirting or gushing comes from?
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Edith_*
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Hello there!

That's a good question, but a question that has not a conclusive answer yet.

There are not many studies about this topic yet but some show that ejaculation when someone has not a penis comes from the paraurethral glands, coming through the urethra. Again, studies are not conclusive. Here is a good link with information about it:

Squirt: On Ejaculation When There Isn't a Penis [Smile]

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AHIQ
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That is something I heard. But mine does not come out of the urethra. Mine comes out of the vagina.
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Sam W
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There are some theories that ejaculation that seems to be coming from the vulva or vagina (even if the source is the glands) has to do with targeted G-spot stimulation or clitoral stimulation. But, again, the research on this hasn't provided a completely conclusive answer.

[ 01-27-2014, 12:24 PM: Message edited by: Sam W ]

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