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So my new boyfriend was texting me and asking me if i could squirt and i said i don't know, since I never had. So the other day I decided to see for myself if I could make it happen...and I think i did, but like every girl fears, it may have been pee. It didn't have an incredibly strong urine scent, but there was a smell, and that's the only thing that came to mind to compare it to. I was nervous so, as disgusting as it is, I tasted it. And totally tasteless, but there was an odor, which seems like impossible so I was super confused. Afterwards, looking at the leftover still on me, I noticed that it was like a slippery consistency, like how it is when I'm turned on and get wet. I got some on a tissue, and it's a little cloudy and maybe tinted yellow, but I really don't think it's pee. It didn't feel anything like peeing, it felt amazing and it almost looked like it was squirting out of my clitoris if that makes sense. I don't know, I'm just confused and nervous because I don't know if that's something I should let happen in front of my boyfriend if it's pee. Because due to his experience, I think he'd know the difference. Please help!!! [Eek!]
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Here's the easy answer: if you empty your bladder before doing anything sexual -- go to the bathroom -- then you can be sure whatever is coming out from your genitals is not at all likely to be urine, because you can't urinate from an empty bladder. There has to be something in it for something to come out.

But you know, personally, I also feel like fluids are fluids are fluids, and it doesn't make much sense to get hung up on which is which in the first place. Urine is sterile, after all, and it's not like there is something wrong with urine in some universal way, but something right with ejaculatory fluids, you know? Plus, some people DO enjoy peeing in a sexual way, and it's not like that is any less okay than people enjoying ejaculating.

Ultimately, too, urine and ejaculate that occurs from someone with a vulva often will not look all that different, save that urine can tend to be more yellow and have a stronger scent, while this kind of ejaculate tends to be more clear and have a milder scent. But all body fluids all tend to have a scent, because they come from and are part of our bodies, which smell. [Smile]

Nothing can squirt out of the clitoris, as it does not have an opening. The urethra, however, is just below the clitoris, and that is where both urine and, from all anyone can gather with observations and the data we have so far, ejaculation also comes from. Of course, too, fluids can issue from the vagina or vulva that are neither ejaculation nor urine, too.

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