Squirting re visited. I apologize after reading up on it.  

Frnds4Play 53M/63F
2686 posts
12/4/2005 9:16 pm

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Squirting re visited. I apologize after reading up on it.

I went hunting for information on female squirting.
Turns out the Doctors use another word for it. Female ejaculation.

If you put in Female Ejaculation in a search engine you will find results for the positive on this subject.

What I learned was yes, some woman have more than the usual lubrication. These woman can leave wide wet spots on whatever surface they are having sex on, that no it is not urine. The article I read was very informative and if I knew how to get it onto a blog I would do that, but I don't. The women do not squirt though, it is more of a oozing out of a large quantity of lubrication. The article also said that women can and often do urinate during sex in small amounts due to a variety of reasons.

No where did I find anything that said women squirt though, so I will leave that up to everyones own thoughts.

My apology to everyone

Take care


rm_apleaser55 61M

12/4/2005 10:25 pm

kat...very interesting!
So "squirting" is a misnomer.
I wonder how that happened...

I guess now I can proudly say I've caused some women to squirt since they sure messed up my sheets!

Thanks for the post!

rm_apleaser55 61M

12/4/2005 10:49 pm

pierced6foryou - wow!
I've never seen that before. I'm impressed!
Did it hurt? (pretty sensitive down there)
Does it ever get snagged or caught accidently?
I might have to think about getting one myself!

lickMesoSoftly 39F
11 posts
12/11/2005 11:47 pm

i wouldnt say that i squirt but i do cum alot... sometimes its rather embarrassing .....

warmandsexy52 64M
13164 posts
12/16/2005 8:12 pm

You've got me intrigued now. I am slowly working my way through a PhD and have access to one of the best medical libraries in London. It might be a while before I go there again, but when I do I might see if there's any research on it. Personally, I wouldn't be surprised, with orgasm being such a complex neurophysiological event that female ejaculation itself might be a composite phenomenon involving both excessive secretive activity by genital tract mucosa and fluid release by contractions of smooth muscle in the bladder wall.

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