Female Ejaculation & Squirting
Most people are curious about female ejaculation. They have questions about the fluids and the bodily mechanisms involved.
First, let’s settle the big question; Female ejaculation is NOT urine. It’s comparable to men’s prostrate fluid. Sometimes it is clear, sometimes milky, the consistency can differ. Even though it travels through the urethra, it’s not urine. When the G-spot and clitoris are stimulated, the paraurethral gland fills up with fluid. For some women at the time of orgasm, the contractions expel the accumulated fluids in powerful gushes. A squirting orgasm is stronger than any other sexual pleasure a girl can feel.