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What exactly is women's "cum"?

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Question - (9 September 2007) 6 Answers - (Newest, 30 June 2010)
A female United Kingdom age 26-29, anonymous writes:

I know males "cum", but so do women. But I'm not entirely sure what women's "cum" is. Is it when the women gets wet? Or is it the same as a man, (when they get excited they "squirt" come). What I'm trying to say is, What is women's "cum"?

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A reader, anonymous, writes (30 June 2010):

it is a protein based secret from glands at the urethral meatus that "pour out great quantities of saline liquor during coition, which increases the heat and enjoyment of women. that is all i can tell

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A female reader, LRKLMH United States +, writes (15 June 2009):

LRKLMH agony auntYes women do cum or "squirt", a lot of people think its pee but it is clear and Oder less liquid. As seen in some porno's, some women can cum far, but it also can just be after words when everything is wet. when people say G- spot.. well there is no designated spot of pleasure you can point out its sort of your own area that makes everything feel better. It can be hard to accomplish if you your self dont know where your spots are, If you have never done it it will take some time to learn just how to get it but it is external.

hope that helps

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (30 April 2008):

It's not when they are wet, it's ejaculation just like men. Instead it's actually sweet, far more liquid, yet not as transluscent as water.

The G-spot is right where the urethra tunnel(sorry for not finding a better word.) going to the bladder is. Yet as many say there's glands similar to a man's prostate which creates this cum and from stimulating the g-spot it's pushing on that spot, which pushes the liquids out.

What's surprising is that...there's so much coming out yeah it feels like peeing, but even with a half full bladder, it won't be urine coming out, the bladder still feels half full after cumming.

Having been a woman myself at birth, I had experienced it on my own so I'm talking with my personal experience. Those that never had a vagina can't know how it feels or what it is.

So "Women orgasm internally and men externally" first of all, it's not orgasm that should be used as word but ejaculate cause and orgasm is inside your system whether you're a man or woman...duh...

And since ejaculation comes from the urethra, not the inside of vagina, it means women don't ejaculate internally...

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A female reader, mum2be United Kingdom +, writes (10 September 2007):

bollocks, women can squirt love,

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (10 September 2007):

When most people use the word "cum," they're probably referring to when a woman gets wet, but actually some women can ejaculate similarly to a man (squirting out fluid from the urethra). There is a really good website from Columbia University that answers lots of questions you might have about sex, it's called "Go Ask Alice!" Here's a link to an answer about female ejaculation:

Since you're from the UK (I'm from US), this site has more local info about teens and sex:

Hope this helps!

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A male reader, rcn United States +, writes (10 September 2007):

rcn agony auntIt's when a women gets wet. Women orgasm internally where men do it externally.

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