Hi, I would want my boyfriend to finger me, like, i'm totally comfortable and okay with that, but the one thing that I think is weird, is if i'm fingering myself i get a lot of lubrication on my fingers...
How much is supposed to come out??
I don't want him to think it's gross and weird etc..
hey i don't think what you're talking about is female ejaculation, just the natural lubrication which females get when aroused. it's perfectly natural, and if it wasn't there it would be harder for you to finger yourself or your boyfriend to, basically, the more the better. remember though - your boyfriend should be using latex gloves so you don't get any nasty little scratches or abrasions. plenty of natural lubrication also makes sex that much cheaper - you don't have to buy lube!!
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Anything from a damp patch in your knickers to running-down-your-legs wet is within the normal range. This can change base don a huge number of factors and you pretty much have no control over any of them.
Running-down-your-legs wet may not happen all that often, but it's cool when it does [ ] Your partner should appreciate you in all your variety!
And just to clarify, "female ejaculation" is different from typical vaginal lubrication - it's more like a "squirt" or "gush" of fluid which might occur during orgasm or when you're very very sexually excited. Some women ejaculate, many never do, some do sometimes and not other times - it's all normal .
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and just another quick question, sometimes the discharge in my underwear is kind of sticky-ish, and really white (it looks/feels a but like mucus/snot) gross... i know, but i'm just wondering if thats normal?
I don't think it's a yeast infection because i'm not itchy or anything down there.
Yes, what you described is normal. Secretions vary during different stages of the menstrual cycle, and your discharge will fluctuate regularly. As long as it doesn't smell bad, itch, or look significantly different than usual, there's nothing to worry about.
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