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OK...this is embarassing, but...I was masturbating earlier, and I kind of "squirted" a bit of this milky white liquid...did I pee, or did I ejaculate, or what?
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Female ejaculation fluid tend to be very thin and watery- kinda like the same consistency of urine and it squirt like urine. It's not highly common but it can definatly happen in some women mostly through G-spot stimulation although it can happen through other kind of stimulation also.

Did you empty your bladder before masturbating? If you did, then it's unlikely urine.

It also is possible that it's just your own vaginal lubrication, that you've simply noticed an increase in your vaginal lubrication.

(And btw, there is nothing embarassing about this. Sex involve all kinds of body fluids ! [Smile] Even if it had been urine, it's not something to be embarassed about. )

[ 10-05-2007, 08:46 PM: Message edited by: cool87 ]

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