hmm, thats a new one. it doesn't sound unusal to me. actually, i think it sounds normal, but don't rely on me, rely on the sexperts. p.s. wear a smile
Posts: 139 | From: San Ramon, California, USA | Registered: Jun 2000
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I think I could understand that phenomenon...
it's happened to me only once after a really absolutely earth-shattering orgasm, and that was when my bladder was kinda full anyway...but I think it probably has something to do with the fact that all your muscles down there get so tense building up to climax and then they relax very quickly - maybe you lose control then...
I remember toward the end of my school year the seniors at my school published a slambook called "Senior Wills". They called this one girl "Esmeralda 'Golden Showers'" because she got drunk at a house party, had sex with a guy in one of the rooms, and peed on him when she orgasmed. She disappeared during the last week of school.
Posts: 67 | From: El Paso, Texas, United States | Registered: Jun 2000
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A g-spot orgasm can bring on an ejaculate that is very LIKE urine (in that it is thin, like urine, not vaginal mucus), and it comes from the urethra (where urine comes from) but it isn't urine.
There isn't anything to say one couldn't urinate a little bit (or a lot) during orgasm or any sexual activity, because the urethra IS right between the vaginal opening and clitoris, and because as lemming hypothesized, orgasm does stimulate and relax a lot of pelvic muscles. But it really isn't anythiong to worry about.
You should empty your bladder before and after sex anyway, it helps to keep you from gettting urinary tract infections, which are just wretched.
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