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Sometimes when i manually arouse myself,even after masturbation my vagina is not wet.but i do get gets wet after some time.why is it so? Another thing i want to know is,do women also ejaculate anything after orgasm like men do?
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I'm not sure I understand what you're expecting.

Not everyone self-lubricates all the time, or does enough that the vulva gets noticeably wet. As well, how soon -- or later -- someone will start to self-lubricate varies.

Orgasm and ejaculation actually aren't the same thing for people with a penis, even though, most often, if orgasm occurs, ejaculation will right around the same time.

Women can ejaculate, but it's something different, and can occur before, during, after, or even without orgasm. As well, many women orgasm and don't ejaculate at all.

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