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7 years ago  ::  Oct 15, 2007 - 12:20PM #1
wfpkwoman
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This is a post from the old board that I am transferring over:

SweetSunset
10/9/2007 12:42 PM     

Does anyone know anything about a womans ability to squirt? Where is that watery substance stored inside
the female body? Where does it come out from? What is that clear watery substance?
Is it something a woman discovers after turning 40 yrs. old? Is it really another form of cum? Is it loss of bladder control? Yet there seems to be no resemblance to pee. I find that I can go pee. Then squirt after words too, which is confusing. It's such a mystery to me. Something new my mans fingers discovered about my body.
Finger you till you make a puddle in bed. Finger you
till you are dripping like a waterfall. That may not be a squirter, but a dripper, but it seems to be becoming more squirt like with me accepting it, and letting it
go..which is difficult not knowing what it is..I need to
know..is it a normal function..why don't they teach kids
about that in school..or in magazines.. is it pee?

Some women can blast it like a fire hose across the room.
Tons of it. I don't know how they do that. Drink lots of
water..lots and lots..and not have sex for weeks and be
really turned on or what?
So what do you know about this issue?? I'd like to feel more comfortable in letting it flow..blast..drip..
not knowing what it is ..drives me to be to reserve..
can you help? I know it doesn't matter what it is as
long as my man loves it and wants more of it. I have
just been telling myself who cares just let it go..
use towels to absorb it.. I don't care for the thought
of it being pee. Peeing on my man and my bed..it's hard
to tell what it is when one can pee clear too. You feel
like you are going to pee right before you drip..turned on so much you feel like you are going to pee but it's not. I have felt the difference in the deep I have to pee feeling and this intense tickle pee feeling. I hope
one of you know something about this matter..   



doxieman122
10/9/2007 9:11 PM 

I dated a firehose woman once. (And no, it's not urine -- I guess you'd say "female cum" for want of a better expression. Technically speaking, it's a violent excretion from certain glands in the vagina.)

Scared the h*ll out of me the first time. Became highly intoxicating and addictive afterward.   



LordX
10/9/2007 10:56 PM 

Let's just say Cytheria is one of my favorite porn stars.

I've made Cassie impossibly wet, and she did once make a girl cum like a fire hose while fisting though I didn't get to watch and I highly suspect that guy who "just watched" was a bit more involved than she confessed to me.

The last girl I was with which was in November 2002 did gush while I was in the process of pounding her.   



SweetSunset
10/12/2007 1:04 PM 

Why Lord X ...it sounds like you really know how to please a woman. At least you must have the tool to make a woman
gush like that during intercourse.. Thanks for sharing that info. with me, for I didn't know that was part of female ejaculation. Cool!!!
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 15, 2007 - 3:36PM #2
Habukberht_Lat
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... Why do I feel like I just wandered on a XXX stories web forum... 

As far as I know it's not been conclusively proven what female ejaculant is... it's just been proven it is NOT urine.  Beyond that, not one to share my experiences... so, umm.. good job guys.
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 11, 2007 - 11:24AM #3
Karma_yeshe_dorje
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Yes, I had a partner who did that when she orgasmed. She was fifty and on hormone replacement therapy. It was a surprise for me. Towel definitely necessary!
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7 years ago  ::  Dec 29, 2007 - 8:22AM #4
B.a.d-in-eternity-2
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[QUOTE=Karma_Yeshe_Dorje;60836]Yes, I had a partner who did that when she orgasmed. She was fifty and on hormone replacement therapy. It was a surprise for me. Towel definitely necessary![/QUOTE]

It's not just towels's or goggle's w/ windshield wiper's it is also getting not so insecure about hoping that the partner don't freakout on u and most diffently putting plastic where u don't want it to stick.
or let's not forget should someone come to visit make sure that spot didn't get hit then you won't have to use the excuse " OH that's only water !
it has been the way all of my sexual life sence day get go. But it took my Older sis, untill after haveing twin's and one other child and the age of 40 . to see feel and enjoy all of what she truly did miss the maxiim og!!
     when going to my gyn and asking all I got was A huge halirious laugh & told me to be grateful for at least my man will know he is doing it the way it should be done.
I myself think its messy crazy and weird.
                 BUT I LOVE it. it even happens after I had my hysterectomy STRANGE STRANGE
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6 years ago  ::  Feb 18, 2008 - 8:44AM #5
AshtarothKarnim
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ilu shelem!

wetty squirt. ahah well a wet vagina and good orgasm spasms can create a spirting effect. So its probably vagina lubrication getting squeezed out. salem
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5 years ago  ::  May 06, 2009 - 5:07AM #6
MrHopeful
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Oct 15, 2007 -- 3:36PM, Habukberht_Lat wrote:

... Why do I feel like I just wandered on a XXX stories web forum... As far as I know it's not been conclusively proven what female ejaculant is... it's just been proven it is NOT urine. Beyond that, not one to share my experiences... so, umm.. good job guys.



Thought I'd revive this thread since this subject interests me.       There does seem to be a fluid which is distinct from urine, which squirts, or leaks out of, the urethra.  The problem seems to be that many women do have urinary incontinence during sex, and so  in any particular case you may be seeing urine, or some mixture of ejaculate and urine.


Also most sources I've read are convinced that the great gushing geysers seen in adult movies  are  in fact very dilute urine, posing as ejaculate.  The only place such volumes of fluid could originate would be her bladder.    Certain criminal prosecutions of makers and sellers of adult movies in Britain have  turned on this issue, as apparently the showing of such spurting is a crime if it turns out to be pee, but is fine as long as  it is something else.

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5 years ago  ::  May 06, 2009 - 9:37AM #7
darcamani
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LOL, I could not pass this one up.


My pov is: lesbian who loves and has sex with women, I am not a doctor, not a biologist and and simply experience women first hand...


My partner IS a biologist and I am her first female lover.  Our ages are 46, and 57.  I have years of female to female stuff, she has almost 30 years of boring.  Only fantasy.


Yes, female ejaculation is possible.  Urine might be involved yet what really is involved is sweat, vaginas sweat, that is what makes us wet. Water attracts water so lube also makes things fun, then contractions and hitting the right spot... there you go.  Where is the right spot?


Men, you have to get over your penis because it won't go there unless it bends independently like a finger.  If a woman is on her back, there is her mons, that is the furry part, and then the clitoris, labia, that is the outer and inner part that often looks like a flower blooming when ready for action   and then the vagina.


  Ok?  The g spot is at the root of the clitoris, on the inside, up,  about an inch or two in,  ask her, listen  faster, slower,?  there!  You got it, the gush that follows is a spasm that pours forth and yep, sometimes a towel is in order, and lots of cuddling afterwards because that is a very passionate and vulnerable place,  no room for "EW!" or "What was THAT?!" 


Simply a gift.  A beautiful one.


My partner asked this question, and I gave her her answer.  LOL, being the scientist that she is, pillow talk involved the question, "is this reproduceable?" 


I cuddled into her arms and said, "you betcha!"


Dar


 

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5 years ago  ::  May 07, 2009 - 12:54AM #8
MrHopeful
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May 6, 2009 -- 9:37AM, darcamani wrote:


Yes, female ejaculation is possible.  Urine might be involved yet what really is involved is sweat, vaginas sweat, that is what makes us wet. Water attracts water so lube also makes things fun, then contractions and hitting the right spot... there you go.  Where is the right spot?


Men, you have to get over your penis because it won't go there unless it bends independently like a finger.  If a woman is on her back, there is her mons, that is the furry part, and then the clitoris, labia, that is the outer and inner part that often looks like a flower blooming when ready for action   and then the vagina.


  Ok?  The g spot is at the root of the clitoris, on the inside, up,  about an inch or two in,  ask her, listen  faster, slower,?  there!  You got it, the gush that follows is a spasm that pours forth and yep, sometimes a towel is in order, and lots of cuddling afterwards because that is a very passionate and vulnerable place,  no room for "EW!" or "What was THAT?!" 


Simply a gift.  A beautiful one.


Dar


 



Dar:  I appreciate the tip.  I would like to try this with my partner so I guess I'll have to trim my fingernails.         My partner already  releases a goodly amount of fluid without this kind of stimulation,  usually from receiving oral sex, but I've always thought it was urine because of color and saltiness.  Perhaps  if I use your g-spot technique  I can make a definite comparison.     I'm perfectly fine whichever it is,   and you're right---when it happens  it is wonderful to the point of  being  a transcendant  experience for me.


Thanks. 

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5 years ago  ::  May 08, 2009 - 6:59AM #9
MrHopeful
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Whoops!!. Just read the guidelines.  My bad.  Why is this thread even here? 

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5 years ago  ::  May 08, 2009 - 1:17PM #10
darcamani
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Mr hopeful;


I do not know exactly why this thread is here my guess is this topic does not fit anywhere else and as long as the topic is handled gently... real info is able to be shared.  What is there to debate?


Sex is messy and some folk are wetter than others it isn't a pissing contest, simply a biological fact.   Where ethics come in is treating partners with respect and not demeaning if one reacts physically to certain stimuli and another might not.   There is a great deal of ignorance out there concerning basic human biology and sexuality in general and the ethics behind behavior. "You arn't doing it right." can kill a moment.  People can get down right ugly about performence issues.   What is ' right ' for one may be completely off for another. So, communication and ethics are involved.


:)


Dar

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