The Center for Sexual Health Promotion, Indiana University
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We scientists don't fully understand the process of female ejaculation. It seems that some women sometimes release fluids that range from clear to white-ish during sexual excitement and/or orgasm. Some women can consciously do this. Others find it beyond their control. Some women and their partners enjoy it and others feel bothered by it.
Because the fluid comes from the urethra (Which is the same tube that pee passes though - just as men's ejaculate also passes through their urethra), it may feel like urine. It may even smell just a little bit like it as it does pass through the same tube. ...
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