I just lose control get alike an animal. Cant help it, WOW its good.
Only met 2 women who have done it but its has to be some of the best sex I ever had. Swingers Couple Squirters get in touch with me. I love to have on other experienced Squirting woman as a playmate… Continue reading...
Let’s face it, it isn’t something you discuss when taking sex education curse in high school… List not here in US.
I guess women are embarrassed, if you don’t know what’s going on. Now I know I’m a squirter and I just let it flow…
Female ejaculation and urination are two different things. The best way to differentiate is to pee before sex or masturbation, then do, smell and taste test… Continue reading...
Now that I know it is normal, I won’t be embarrassed anymore!
You can tell by the taste and smell that it is not urine, but it does feel like an uncontrollable urge to pee when it happens. Hence, the embarrassment when you don’t know what is actually happening.
As very secrecy implied. Now I know it is a special talent!!! Continue reading...
When a woman squirts, what exactly is it? Is it a woman’s cum…?
The first time I ever encountered it was when a woman came while sitting on my face. I thought she had urinated, but it didn’t have the smell or the taste. It have happened a long time ago, but I still don’t know what it is……? Woman’s cum? Continue reading...
Wait a moment… You said that it didn’t taste like urine. How do you know what urine tastes like? Continue reading...
Whatever it is it turns my juices on knowing that her juices are flowing – know what I mean? Continue reading...
There have been a number of studies carried out on the fluid expelled during female ejaculation to determine the chemical makeup.
Through chemical analysis the expelled fluid has been found to contain the following: glucose (a natural sugar) and fructose (another natural sugar, also found in the prostate fluid of semen) prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a protein in male ejaculate produced by the prostate gland, and in females, believed to be generated by Skene’s glands very low levels of creatinine and urea.
The two primary chemical markers of urine, found in high levels in pre- and post-ejaculatory urinalysis.
In 1988, Milan Zaviacic, M.D., Ph.D., head of the Institute of Pathology, Comenius University Bratislava, published a study of five women who were patients at a fertility department of a hospital of gynecology and obstetrics.
Total samples from one of the participants and one of four samples from a second participant were collected in the laboratory.
The rest were collected at the homes of the women and transported to the laboratory in ice.
In four of the five cases, the samples were analyzed within three hours of collection, with the fifth subject’s specimens analyzed three months after collection. The results in all five cases showed a higher concentration of fructose in the ejaculate sample than in the urine sample.
In 1997 Dr. F Cabello Santamaria analyzed urine for PSA using Microparticle Enzyme Immunoassay and found that 75 percent of the samples showed a concentration of PSA
in post-orgasmic urine samples which was not present in pre-orgasmic urine samples.
The fluid collected at the point of orgasm (distinct from the urine samples) showed
the presence of PSA in 100 percent of samples.
In 2002, Emanuele Jannini of L’Aquila University in Italy offered one explanation for this phenomenon, as well as for the frequent denials of its existence:
Skene’s gland openings are usually the size of pinholes, and vary in size from one woman to another, to the point where they appear to be missing entirely in some women. If Skene’s
glands are the cause of female ejaculation, this may explain the observed absence of this phenomenon in many women.
Retrograde ejaculation, where the fluid travels up the urethra towards the bladder could also possibly account for the absence otherwise observed. Continue reading...
Umm….coochie sweet juice! Continue reading...
Gee, Thanks to everyone for the informative responses. Next thing you know women will be coming with Nutrition Facts labels.
Well, I’m certainly glad they’re zero grams of trans-fat…. Maybe that is why so many men like it so much. Continue reading...