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    An_248462 posted:
    If you use a lubricant is it possible that after intercourse the lubricant can appear 'curddled'? on the outside of the condom. or what is it?

    elle0317 responded:
    It could be the woman's sexual fluids, what colour was it?
    rlzplz replied to elle0317's response:
    it was a milky white color
    dfromspencer replied to rlzplz's response:
    That sounds normal, i have seen it before. Then again, could the condom have leaked? It may also be, the mans ejackulate? If you have intense orgasm's, it may be your ejackulate?

    I once had a female partner, who would actually squirt this ejackulate out. Might that be the case with you?

    Good luck, take care, Dennis

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