Cherry, I think a lot of women have different experiences. I had my Bartholin Glands removed when I was 21, due to chronic infections, during an other gential-urinary surgery. I know I used to occasionally actually squirt (although not like in the pornos) before that. It's up for debate whether the Bartholin's Glands are involved or not, they are located at about 4:00 and 8:00 in your vagina, when you are lying on your back.
It seemed to make a difference with me, regarding ability to "squirt" when they were taken out. However, I didn't have any noticeable change in ability to lubricate, which is what is often feared, when this procedure is done. (We now know that the entire vagina "sweats" lubrication, it doesn't only come from 2 sets of glands, the Bartholin's Glands and the Skenes Glands. The Skenes glands are located close to the Bartholin's (if I remember my anatomy correctly) and seem to be more related to squirting. It appears, from both surgical procedures and dissections that not all women even have Skenes Glands, but this could be due to the fact that they are hard to find on cadavers, like many anatomical structures, when obviously not in use. I wonder now if, as they are so close, if my Skenes weren't removed as well.
I don't seem to actually squirt, but when I have a really really intense deep orgasm, with lots of G Spot stimulation (either a toy or My Man's hand in just the right spot) there is often a very concentrated, heavy wet spot on the bed. It seems to darken the sheets more than just plain lubrication, and if it doesn't land on a towel, it takes a while to dry. It has virtually no smell at all, but seems a little thicker than lubrication and definitely thicker than pee would be. One of us will see it (if it's morning and we're making love or the light is on) and comment that he must have hit my G Spot.
If it's at night, even if we don't see it, I have to sleep on a towel, because it's just TOO wet to sleep on. And, it is really different than a regular "Wet Spot."