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Hey there!
I'm a girl who has (within the past year) discovered the joys of masturbation. The only problem is that, very often, when I'm right in the middle of pleasuring myself, I feel all this fluid coming out of me. It's usually enough to soak through the towel that I now place underneath me while masturbating. I don't know where it's coming from, but it doesn't really smell like urine. I always make sure to go to the bathroom before masturbating, but, even if my bladder's totally empty, I still have this problem.
I've considered that this might be female ejaculation, but not only am I usually not orgasming before/during/after this happens, I'm also not stimulating the G-spot.
What is happening and how can I stop it? I'm worried that one day, when I have sex for real, I'm going to completely embarrass myself! Help!

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Is this fluid in addition to your natural lubrication? And how much does it soak the towel? Does it smell weird? Some women are really wet and can leave small soaked spots on wherever they are sitting while aroused (I'm one of them), even if they don't orgasm.
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