Keep on the good job doc! It not pee, ur jus jealous tat u never squirted in ur lyfe! Their own dignity requires that they believe something else. Well if it is in fact urine and that is the only way you know how or have ever had an orgasm, is there a way to stop squirting during sex and still have an orgasm? Eligible Magazine is a lifestyle magazine for urban men and women who want the best from their dating life, their relationships and themselves. Rather than look for more explanations, enjoy it!
I wanted to to climax so bad but I felt a little something hot coming out like urine I kind of freaked out and stoped myself. It originates in the glands found within the erectile tissue surrounding the urethra that are analogous to the prostate in men , and it even has PSA prostate-specific antigen in it. Help Center Customer Service. Anyone who has encountered the copious amounts of clear fluid some women squirt, knows it does NOT resemble what those same women pee into the toilet. I felt an unusual pressure and decided to let go…. I do not like it, it freaks me out. Either way squirting is nasty in my opinion.
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For many people, it seems to have become this external indicator of sexual success, when the real success is about an internal feeling that comes in many different forms and varies from experience to experience. Having a orgasm is different, u feel weak after n it actually comes from the vagina. The amount was about a small teaspoon in quantity. Since it travels through the urethra, it does get mixed with secretions from the surrounding glandular tissue. Stimulate all around this area as well as her clitoris until she is very sexually aroused. Perhaps some squirt, some pee, or do both. Also, how does it travel from the pancreas to the genitals — through the GI tract, through the circulation?
There are no glands or anything else along the way. No mucus or vaginal lubrication so my penis was getting unusual friction moving inside of her vagina. But not pee as we know it, and that's not all it is. This article does not address female ejaculate. Ive read similar articles from multiple sources that address the matter of squirting being the the same as peeing. I seriously doubt it is the latter.