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mcgillten
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I was wondering whether or not what I have been experiencing is female ejaculation. Whenever I have sex, I find that the bed is wet. At first I thought I had by accident urinated because I felt at some point in time pressure on my bladder; however, the watery-type substance never smelled like urine. Moreover, when I reached orgasm, my boyfriend told me that he felt a rush of a watery-type liquid. My orgasm was not a direct stimulation of the clitoris, it actually came by surpise since the stimulation felt really indirect. Could the wetness be caused by female ejaculation and simulation of the g-spot, even if I do not reach orgasm all the time?
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Heather
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It might help to understand that technically, there really isn't such a thing as a g-spot orgasm or a clitoral orgasm (or a breast orgasm, or a neck orgasm, what have you). Orgasm happens primarily via our nervous systems, though we may experience orgasm differently based on what stimulus brought it about, make sense?

Per ejaculation, sometimes when women ejaculate, it happens with an orgasm, while other times it can happen before or after one. So, it's entirely possible you're experincing ejaculation, even though you're not always having an orgasm in conunction.

But too, know that sometimes, when we're aroused, vaginal lubrication can be VERY fluid and en masse. It'd be statistically very rare for any given woman to always be ejaculating with all sexual activity all the time (most women who ejaculate do now and then or often, but not always), and it'd be a lot more common for you to simply have very fluid vaginal fluids from arousal.

But regardless, if you're urinating before sexual activity, you can be almost utterly certain you're not dealing with urine.

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I would like to disagree with you. In fact, you yourself explained the differences. yes, the chemicals released are the same, -but- they are extremly different. Just like all cars drive, but some drive faster, better and a lot more fun then others. I've been considering a degree in sexual psychology, I know my stuff. =P

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Heather
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I'd be happy to look at studies where you've seen chemical differences referenced, but I have to tell you that based on how sexual physiology works, and all the information I've kept abreast of over the tennish years I've done my job, I've never seen anything credible that suggests that, and given how human sexual response and physiology works chemically speaking (and considering that g-spot stimulus is in many ways internal clitoral stimulus, anyway), that'd be pretty off.

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