Is it pee or female ejaculate? - from Em and Lo

Em & Lo Em & Lo
A reader wrote into us recently to ask how he could tell whether his girlfriend's emissions were pee or ejaculate -- because there seemed so much of it! Have any of you ever had a partner who was suspicious of your ejaculate? Or have you ever been troubled by a female partner's ability to ejaculate? We like to think that the stigma of female ejaculation is starting to fade... is this true?
08/18/2010
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Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
I think some of the misconceptions are either starting to fade or I'm just around a lot of people really well educated about sex. In my experience, female ejaculate is not the same consistency as pee. It's just somehow different. And while it might contain traces of urine, every other element of it - feel, smell, even taste just doesn't add up to it being the same thing. I know there have been studies done on it and I'm sure there will be far more helpful answers, but in my book, if it doesn't feel, smell, or taste like pee...it's probably not pee.
08/18/2010
PassionQT PassionQT
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Originally posted by Em & Lo
A reader wrote into us recently to ask how he could tell whether his girlfriend's emissions were pee or ejaculate -- because there seemed so much of it! Have any of you ever had a partner who was suspicious of your ejaculate? Or have you ever ... More
No one was ever suspicious of mine, but I don't claim to be a squirter in the first place. If it happens fine, if not, that's ok too. I used to think it was pee, but then before one sex session, I peed really good, and still managed to squirt a few times. It didn't smell like urine and honestly, even if it was, I don't think he would have cared and I didn't either at the time. If the quantity is copious, yeah, I'm thinking there's some urine there. Show me a woman who can squirt 6-8 ounces of nothing but female ejaculate and then I'll be a true believer.

I think men and women alike should be more concerned with just having fun and stop obsessing over squirting.
08/18/2010
kck kck
I'm a squirter. Like, big time. When I first started having sex, I didn't know exactly what was happening—but then again, I didn't know that others would consider it abnormal. My partner, on the other hand, had never been with someone who squirted before. Initially, he thought I was peeing. He tried to covertly test his suspicions by watching me squirt while fingering me. He concluded that I was peeing. I, however, insisted that I was not. Finally, he did some research on his own and discovered that squirting is perfectly normal. Now, he loves it! It's an instant turn-on and heat increaser for him. Yay, happy endings
08/18/2010
SydVicious SydVicious
I only squirt every once in awhile and the first time it happened it kind of even freaked me out, so I can see how a guy would be confused at first.
08/18/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I still read in women's magazines that the g-spot does not exist. With that kind of misinformation out there it's easy for the casual or inexperienced person out there to be confused about what's going on.

Honestly the people on this forum are probably in the top 1% of those with a thorough understanding of sexual function - that's why I love it here!

It's been said many times on this forum that the simple solution is to pee before engaging in sex - then it's clear that the female ejaculate is not pee.

However, there are those who say that having a full bladder can enhance the experience - that's probably 'gushing grad-school' and best left to the more adventurous out there.
08/18/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
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Originally posted by kck
I'm a squirter. Like, big time. When I first started having sex, I didn't know exactly what was happening—but then again, I didn't know that others would consider it abnormal. My partner, on the other hand, had never been with someone who ... More
Looking wouldn't help some his suspicions silly boy! It comes out of the urethra but is not pee.
08/18/2010
socceras socceras
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Originally posted by Em & Lo
A reader wrote into us recently to ask how he could tell whether his girlfriend's emissions were pee or ejaculate -- because there seemed so much of it! Have any of you ever had a partner who was suspicious of your ejaculate? Or have you ever ... More
lol it is most definately not pee. I don't squirt but i know its not pee
10/20/2010
Serendipity Serendipity
what better way to educate than to let your partner explore your parts. the easiest way I can describe how to stimulate the g spot with fingers is for the partner to put two fingers in palm up to their lover and then do the 'come here' motion with their fingers. with good feedback from the one on the receiving end, the person letting their fingers do the walking may feel the g-spot area swell as it becomes engorged with fluids and induce a squirting orgasm from their partner. i guarantee they will never wonder if it is pee again~
10/21/2010
Naughty Student Naughty Student
My partner has never been suspiciuous of whether it was urine or not. He knew as I knew what it was. I was learning how to do it as we were dating. I like to think that we're over the stigma but as Gunsmoke points out not a lot of people are really educated in these things.
10/21/2010
Greta Greta
We just finished an article on squirting and the composition of female ejaculate

Read it here:

link
10/22/2010
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