If it turns out you don't like this stuff or don't ejaculate or find you do alone with masturbation, but not with himwhat YOUR sexuality and sexual response is like should be just as cool and exciting as what someone's else's was, and your partner should be demonstrating that to you in your sex life, okay? Was it because I was so relaxed? Kudos to his conscientious tongue-work. Something went wrong, please try again. What you're asking about is most typically called female ejaculation even though not everyone with a vulva identifies as female, nor does everyone who identifies as female have a vulvaand often colloquially called "squirting. It is the original image provided by the contributor.
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If you want more information on this kind of ejaculation, I'd suggest looking up Deborah Sundahl's work, including her book, Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot. While it appears that this kind of ejaculation is a function of the paraurethral glands like the Skene's glands which comes through the urethra -- the same place we urinate -- and the fluid is a lot like urine, enough research has been done which finds this fluid to be very different from urine, even though it's possible some elements of urine are in the mix. I want to be pre-squirt. Obviously, we're all likely to experience some level of novelty with sex and partners, and that's okay -- and it's certainly okay to think things bodies can do are cool! A boyfriend said that he dated a woman who orgasmed so much that she sprayed, like water gushing out forcefully. Learn more on our Support Center.