The other day, my girlfriend and I were having sex. All was going well, until she suddenly squirted this fluid all over me. What the hell was that? Did she pee on me?

The other day, my girlfriend and I were having sex. All was going well, until she suddenly squirted this fluid all over me. What the hell was that? Did she pee on me?

SexMarch 16, 2012

Ha! I mean I can't tell you with any certainty that she didn’t pee on you, but if she did that is hilarious and malicious…or maybe you're into that so in that case, cheers, and may you be baptized by piss many times again. But a more likely explanation is that your girlfriend “squirted,” or had a little female ejaculation experience. Female ejaculate is not urine. It is a clear fluid expelled from the glands that line the urethra during orgasm and has no obvious physiological significance. Physiologists originally thought it was lubricating fluid, but that idea was quickly dispelled because the ejaculation occurs at the height of orgasm, not before. So while it may look like pee, because it’s not coming from her urethra, it ain’t pee. Not every girl can squirt, or if they can, they might squirt negligible amounts of ejaculate so that neither of you notices. However, some chicks, like your girlfriend, actually experience a gush of fluid when they come. At the same time though, just because a girl doesn’t ejaculate doesn’t mean she isn’t having an orgasm (or peeing on you). Okay, now pretend you're asking me not just what the fluid was, but how to make your girlfriend do it again. Thanks for that illuminating questions, I’ll tell you. The glands that line the urethra from the bladder to the external orifice (where the pee comes out), form a path that the elusive G-Spot is hypothesized to live on. The G-Spot is a little bean sized area on the front wall of the vagina, that when stimulated correctly, can produce fantastic orgasms and sometimes squirting. It is usually about halfway up there, and if you can find it, and do things to it, it will swell up against the urethral glands, and cause them to produce ejaculate (again, only in some women). If you try to stimulate the G-Spot at the same time as the clitoris, which is also closely located to these urethral glands, something might happen. You’ll probably have to use two hands, or some combination of two of your body parts for this, so prepare to do work.