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ghf
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i was chatting to a girl and she said she needs a man that can make her squirt what dose she mean
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Well, no one can "make" anyone have a given sexual response, for starters. Whether or not she ejaculates can certainly be based on what sexual activity is going on and what her partner is doing, especially if she knows what usually makes that happen for her and communicates what does clearly. But it's also based a lot on her: a partner can't "make" someone have a certain level of arousal or "make" someone respond that way. So, there's that.

But here is likely what she was referring to: Squirt: On Female Ejaculation

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Hey ghf,

Sometimes when some women orgasm they ejaculate a small amount of watery liquid that might call "squirting".

But they might just mean it as a metaphor for wanting someone who really turns them on.

I would say, just for a bit more information, that it's not just some weird talent that some guys might have to be able to "make" someone ejaculate, or experience anything spontaneously, like orgasm. Firstly most women don't ejaculate anyway and secondly it's going to be the combination of people and how well they communicate and learn to understand each other's bodies that brings about their best sex, or sometimes it's just luck.

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ok thanks is that what makes her wet when shes horny
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after i masterbate i notice a fluid on the tip of my penis it smells diferent to urine theres only a small amount but seems to be there all of the time sorry this is probably a different question
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No, ejaculation and lubrication aren't the same thing. (As well, not everyone self-lubricates when they feel aroused or does it all the time. That varies a good deal from person to person and sometimes from day to day.)

And the fluid you're likely seeing on your penis is pre-ejaculate.

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its clear and has a strong sent it coundnt be sexual transmaitted disease as ive never gad sex before so its normal it is there all the the time is that right thanks heather
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If you've never been sexual with anyone before, you can be very certain that isn't about an STI.

If it is pre-ejaculate, which it most likely is, it's very common for people who have penises to find that fluid occur one or more times during times when they are aroused. It may not always happen, but it typically most often will.

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