What exactly is it? I've heard tons of things about it, and a lot of guys go goo-goo over it even though they've never had sex before in their whole life. I've heard that it's contracted by the female g-spot, but where does it come out of, and also, I've heard that it could be urine?
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Female ejaculation is pretty much what it sounds like - the ejaculation of fluid from the urethra, often at orgasm (although not always). The fluid is NOT urine, it's made by the paraurethral glands - glands that are homologous to the prostate gland in men - and has a similar composition to the fluid produced by the prostate. It's a clearish or milky, thin, pretty much odourless liquid.
(Did that make sense or did I use too many sciencey terms? If I did, lemme know and I'll try and make it clearer. )
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While we certainly don't mind answering questions, you've been around long enough to know that we really prefer it if users searched the site/articles for answers to their questions before posting.
You can find lots about female ejaculation by typing this ('female ejaculation') into the search function
As for your questions ... It is defineatly possible to accidently urinate during sex. Some positions put pressure on the bladder and leave the feeling of needing to urinate. This should not happen if you urinate before sex (and after, as this helps prevent urinary tract infections).
Female ejaculate is usually caused by stimulation ot the g-spot. Also, remember that not all women expereince this ... And there's nothing wrong with you if you don't.
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