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Kayteedid
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hey,
im gonna make this short, sweet and to the point. do girls actually "cum"?

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dailicious
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If you mean as in ejaculate, similar to men, the answer is that yes, some do. The majority of women don't experience it, but it's completely normal for women to ejaculate. Similar to men, "female-ejaculate" is a clearish liquid that comes out of the urethra.

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domncroxd
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I'm not completely sure, but I think in colloquial terms, it's called 'squirting'. I may be wrong though.

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