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    Watery discharge during sex
    An_214811 posted:
    When my partner & I are having sex, sometimes he will touch a certain spot in my vagina & I will "squirt" a clear liquid. It is embarrassing to me, but he thinks it's just amazing. I asked if he'd ever been with someone that had done this before & he said he hadn't but had buddies who had, so I know I'm not alone, but don't know what it is & why I do it with only him.
    I would love some feed-back.
    elle0317 responded:
    Google 'female ejaculate'
    Duckblind responded:
    Yes, it is female ejaculate. While many women can not orgasm, most of them that do will not ever ejaculate. It is quite rare. My current lady does and only one other gf in my past did so as well. Don't be embarrased, it is a normal but rare body function.
    An_214812 replied to Duckblind's response:
    OK, I need some help with this one!

    I had an experience a few years ago and it really freaked me out. I did alot of research and found out that what was happening to me was FE. Now my new partner swears that because it isn't white or creamy it isn't ejaculate, he says I am urinating on him. I ALWAYS go to the bathroom before I go to bed at night, and this partner seems to think sex is just for that time....very frustrating sometimes....Sometime my episodes are so forceful that I can actually push him out. He also states he knows when it is about to happen because he can feel me begin to swell and my muscles begin to clamp tighter on him. You would think it would make him happy its gettin tighter!

    I just allow myself to completely relax and enjoy the feeling of him, just the movement alone from him works me over. I have read that some believe it has to be vigorus and rough, it can be slow or fast and I tell him which I need at that moment either can and have produced alot of clear fluid. Never smells of urine, but sometimes it has a sweet smell to it, and to make certain it wasn't urine I have even tasted it. I tried to taste it last time just to prove to him it wasn't urine and he totally freaked on me. What can I do to either convince him its not urine, or maybe I am looking to convince myself that I am normal and not some freak.
    dfgbull replied to An_214812's response:
    While male ejaculate is "white and creamy", female ejaculate is not. It is usually clear to slightly "cloudy". Investigate female ejaculate on a non porn website (like webmd) and then educate your partner.
    mrdel responded:
    woman having white looks water discharges like you is highly normal.I love woman who have this body type, Its make make feel ok there body is always cramping when they are about to discharges and its highly warm still looking for woman that have this type of body.Its highly better the guy will know about it me on Phone i ll explain more im here in Philipines

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