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Do women 'cum' like men?

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Question - (25 July 2008) 6 Answers - (Newest, 26 July 2008)
A female United States age 26-29, anonymous writes:

Do women cum? I know that men do alot but i'm confused.I know that women get moist down there I have made out with guys and my underware gets wet is that a female version on cum? I have never had sex so sorry is I sound like a retard. Thanxs for advise.

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A male reader, DoubleM United States +, writes (26 July 2008):

DoubleM agony auntWith all due respect to "Yos" who has provided many quality advisories past, some women actually do ejaculate a small amount of seminal type fluid during orgasm. Note that I said "some" and "small amount." It is not well understood medically because, heretofore, medicine has been male-dominated and studies are sparse. Female seminal fluid during intense orgasm is real and I have tasted it for years. Cunnilingus can often result in providing this kind of orgasm for women. According to various sources, including "She Comes First" by Dr. Ian Kerner, such fluids are produced by glands similar to those of males that produce semen.

The fluid has been analyzed but apparently differs slightly from male semen and, of course, contains no sperm. Like male semen, it is alkaline and is fairly distinctive in taste.

Actually, I think that most women could more often release this relatively small amount of seminal fluid if they are sufficiently aroused to orgasm by their partners. But as "Sandman" and "BigSis" indicate, it is usually a small amount and is hard to distinguish from the natural lubricating activities going-on during female stimulation. DoubleM

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A male reader, Yos Netherlands +, writes (25 July 2008):

Yos agony auntNo.

Women 'cum' as in orgasm. But its very different than men.

Men save it all up til the end, then out comes semen. Sometimes you get a little bit coming out earlier, but not much. Men don't really get 'wet' as such.

Women (usually) get 'wet' when turned on. This isn't 'cum' or an orgasm, its natural lubrication that makes intercourse comfortable. The getting wet / fluid is not really related to orgasm.

Women also orgasm, some multiple times, and many not very often (or not at all). This can sometimes result in getting a lot wetter at the time, but there is no ejaculation.

In (very) rare cases, some women 'ejaculate' enough fluid for it to squirt. A few women who can do this have made porn with it in, leading to the misconception that it is 'common' and that all women 'should' be able to do it. The reality is that it's very rare, and certainly doesn't mean you have a problem (or reduced sexual pleasure) if you don't do it.

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A female reader, BigSis United Kingdom +, writes (25 July 2008):

BigSis agony auntYou don't sound like a retard at all my luv, far from it. Now if you'd have asked, 'Can you get pregnant from swallowing cum?'....

My answer to your question, 'do women 'cum' like men?', not as much in quantity, but yes I do ... I mean yes, 'they' do.

: )

xXx

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A male reader, Sandman United States +, writes (25 July 2008):

Sandman agony auntWhat you are referring to is the female response to arousal. When you are making out with your boyfriend, or just thinking about sex, your body begins its journey to preparation for penile penetration.

The vagina widens and lengthens, and lubrication is release inside the vagina so that when the penis penetrates, there is less friction during the in-out motion of sexual intercourse.

Some women get wetter than others. Some women get so wet it noticeably leaks out. Other women get wet, but you won't be able to tell until you feel inside the vagina.

You seem to be normal. The wetness you felt was your body responding to your actions. Making out with your boyfriend got your body "thinking" it was getting ready to have sex and therefore began the process for his penis being inserted inside you.

As double M said, some woman can ejaculate this fluid when they reach orgasm, known as female ejaculation. Some woman can "shoot" or squirt it out. Others can dribble. Most women won't produce too much that is noticeable.

Hope this helps.

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (25 July 2008):

ya

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A male reader, DoubleM United States +, writes (25 July 2008):

DoubleM agony auntYes, many women actually release a seminal fluid during orgasm, but the moisture you are talking about is natural lubricant that occurs during stimulation. The lubrication begins rapidly during stimulation as the vagina widens. The vaginal walls emit lubrication sometimes called "vaginal sweating."

Additional lubrication required to accept penal insertion is released by glands (vulvovaginal). All is a natural precursor to sexual intercourse. During orgasm, as I said, many women actually ejaculate a small to medium amount of female semen. But that is another question and answer.

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