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replied January 4th, 2006
I don't think you are urinating I think he hit your button & you ejacalated have you ever heard of your g spot?
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replied January 4th, 2006
Are You Sure?
I know the difference.. And it does not feel like an orgazim .. I don't even feel the fluid coming out .... Until I have made the area wet..
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replied January 4th, 2006
I don't have an orgasm when I squirt like I do when I have an orgasm make sense? But untill I squirt I aint done
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replied January 5th, 2006
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G Spot Honey
Hey just want to let you know its your g spot. I know this coz when I have sex with my partner I just orgasm no fluid etc, but sometimes when I masturbate (finger myself) I end up squirting fluids which made me think I was pissing but when I read a mag it said if your partner hits your g spot youll know coz it will fill like your pissing but it will feel good. I know its embarasing but if a man can find your g spot thats a good thing :)

i hope iv answered your question.
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replied January 9th, 2006
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Fungiddygirl
Females ejaculate? Yes, they do. We’re talking about a gusher of fluid spurting out of her !**@! as she comes. Actually, to be more accurate, the fluid comes squirting out of her urethra. Don’t let this gross you out, though; it’s not pee! Female cum is a clear, odorless liquid produced by a small organ called the “female prostate,” or urethral sponge, which is located between the urethra and vagina. The fluid it produces just happens to come out of the pee hole, but...So does guys’ semen, right?
While some women may experience ejaculation naturally in the course of intercourse or other sex play, most require some concentrated stimulation of the g-spot. Massaging the g-spot causes the urethral sponge to become engorged with fluid, which is then expelled during orgasm. And, as with an orgasm, ejaculation also requires the woman to “let go.” before ejaculating, the woman will feel as though she is going to pee. However, it is nearly impossible for her to urinate while coming, because the muscular contractions of orgasm close off the bladder and prevent the passage of urine.
As she gets closer to coming, she will start to feel as though she has to urinate. That’s the cum beginning to flow into her urethra. In order for her ejaculate, she has to relax, let go, and push down and out with the same muscles she would use as if she were peeing. It may be hard to overcome the impulse to hold back, but you can reassure her, again, that if she is coming, she will not pee.

Instead, as she comes and pushes the fluid out, she should feel extra intense orgasmic pleasure, and you should be rewarded with a spurt of nectar that may range from gentle gush to a drenching spray.
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replied January 10th, 2006
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Wow granps, you really taught me a thing or two-thanks for all the info! :d
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replied January 11th, 2006
Granps
Where do you get all your info? You explained it good & also people talk about pictures where do you see them?
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replied January 11th, 2006
Btw women are unlike men wen men become erect they have a shut off kind of system in the penius that stops them from urinating however women do not do this so it is possible to urinate...Never thort this till I read an agony aunt page! Hope it helped
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replied January 16th, 2006
Granps
Where are you I have more questions
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replied August 7th, 2006
Thank You From Answering My Questions...
I never have had these kinds orgazims before... Nice to now that I am not peeing on my man... He loves it and thinks that he is the man!!..

On the posting you wanted to know where I am at.. Im here...

Thanks again.... :d
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Users who thank dunk21 for this post: MessyMay 

replied August 10th, 2006
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Yeah I know a girl who does that too. You see that happen sometimes in pornos too. When I orgasim my legs shake and my hands and fingers go numb.
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replied August 11th, 2006
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I have felt the overwhelming desire to pee during sex, so much so that it makes sex very unenjoyable and I just writhe around trying to move so that the feeling isn't so intense. I know it's my g-spot, i'm just too afraid to let go because i'm worried i'll just pee on him. I happen to make urine... Rather quickly. So even if I go right before sex, I could still have urine by the time we're done. I can produce urine in 15 minutes okay? Lol. I think if I talked to my bf about it before hand, and maybe layed down some towels or something... I have never had a vaginal orgasm, only clitoral ones (but those are .W.O.W!). I have debated trying to get myself to gush on my own during masturbation, but I just can't get the same sensation, even with a dildo.
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replied September 1st, 2007
Urination During Orgasm
actually, you can urinate while having an orgasm - i do it all the time. i asked my gyno about it and she said it very normal. i looked it up on several websites and it is generally agreed that it is very possible and happens very often to women. from what I have gathered, it could happen due to several reasons.

-some women lose all muscle control when having an orgasm, including bladder muscle control.
-some women's bladder contracts when having an orgasm, causing urination.

there are a few more, but i can't remember them. one doctor wrote on a medical site that physiotherapy could work to help with this, but he didn't go on to explain in what capacity.

So, yes you may be ejaculating, but if it feels like pee, smells like pee, and looks like pee, then, well, it most likely is pee.
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replied September 2nd, 2007
Especially eHealthy
Well yes, if it smells and looks like urine then that's what it is lol. However, that doesn't mean ALL liquid coming from the urethra during sex is pee.
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replied September 2nd, 2007
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not every woman has a female prostate either... meaning only about 20% of woman can ejaculate. trust me, my g spot has been stimulated, i've orgasmed from it, but nothing has ever come out of my urethra. so feel proud that you do.
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replied September 3rd, 2007
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Lilly Ivy wrote:
not every woman has a female prostate either... meaning only about 20% of woman can ejaculate. trust me, my g spot has been stimulated, i've orgasmed from it, but nothing has ever come out of my urethra. so feel proud that you do.


That may be what they say "she has no g-spot!"

It's not such a strange idea that some women could completely lack (or have an underdeveloped) organ other women have. Some men have the "missing rib", and some women are missing one instead! Human bodies are funny like that.
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replied September 3rd, 2007
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you gotta love the human body, always keeps us guessing...

but ALL women, no exception, have a g-spot. Of course varying in size, but not all women have the prostate. In other words, you could have a g-spot orgasm without expelling liquid.
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replied May 22nd, 2008
im i peeing during sex?????
I have the same problem as awell and mine smells like pee And im freakin out lol so i need help answering that one aswell
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replied May 22nd, 2008
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Do you go to the bathroom before having sex?
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