The Mystery behind Squirting

The Big Mystery that eludes most women in their lifetime. The Bigger “O” or Squirting.

This has been a two-day topic with a few acquaintances and believe me it was a discussion I wished I had recorded.

One of the question was “How many women really experience such a rare wonder?”

Surprising, only a handful including myself.

I still remember that sweet and memorable night. It was a great milestone in our relationship that is forever etched in our minds, body & soul.

Next question was “Is it peeing or something else?”

Let me say this much, this was a long discussion.

Google and online medical research was consulted.

One person provided this reference:

Along with the mystery and fantasy about squirting is the debate as to whether it’s the same thing as female ejaculation or whether it’s really urine.

But there is significant scientific proof that the origin of the fluid is actually the bladder and that the chemical composition is that of urine. Basically, it’s pee. Women who experience squirting are simply learning to release one set of muscles while contracting the bladder so they can release urine during orgasm. And it isn’t even always correlated with orgasm.”

But it was contradicted that squirting liquid (this sounds funny) is normally clear unless mixed with cum and it doesn’t smell like urine but more like sex (that Europhobic smell that adds to the ambiance).

Another question which up to today we are discussing is “Where or what hole within the vaginal area are you squirting from?”

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Is it the opening where you pee or another opening through the urethra?

This is a great mystery but I have a few theories.

Like, it that small opening below the clitoris or the “pee” hole however there is valve that block the pee.

Something similar to men and how cum and urine defers.

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