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doeydodoeydo member
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edited March 2015 in Chit Chat
Can I start a sex thread?  

OK, squirting.  How do you know it is actually squirting and not pee?  Just from clitoral stimulation.  I tried Googling but it is all different answers from probably not so great resources.
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Re: TMI/NSFW/ Avoid if pee and sex talk bugs you**

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    In my experience (and from what I know), a lot of "squirting" does involve some amount of pee.

    For me, it just...feels different when I gush (as I don't really "squirt") then when I just go pee regularly. But I (and DH agrees) that is probably is a bit of pee as well (although I still have to pee afterwards so I dunno).
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    larrygagalarrygaga member
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    Was there a puddle of pee or a puddle of squirt?

    Smell it


    Edit: hahhaha im disgusting
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    As an olympic squirter (TMI, I know), it's from the prostate gland in the vagina.  The more and longer orgasms I have, the more I squirt.  I literally use blankets under me, because otherwise the bed gets VERY wet.  I can also tell that it is coming from the vagina.  One thing that I started doing after the first time that I squirted, is that I make sure my bladder is empty before we start fooling around.

    I never had squirted, or even had orgasms really, before I met my fiance.  After my first time with him, I was all like "this is what the fuss is all about!"
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    esstee33esstee33 member
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    I ate a fuckload of asparagus until my pee smelled horrific, then compared. Trace amounts of pee, but definitely mostly not pee.
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    You totally gave full TMI disclosure, but still this was not the thread I was expecting it to be.  


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    Yup, no thanks. 

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    I was under the impression it can't be done with just clitoral stimulation. But anyway, the fluid is decidedly not pee. It comes out of the vagina, not the urinary tract for one.

    I don't know why you thought this board would somehow be a better source, though.
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    I have no experience in this area. But doey, why the intense curiosity about squirters?
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    mlg78mlg78 member
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    What is "NSFW"?

    Oh, and gag.
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    @mlg78 NSFW - not suitable for work

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    I've never squirted, but I have a funny story about it. Haha!

     

    So one of H's best friends was over for drinks one night and told us this story:

     

    The weekend before he came to our place, he was out bar hopping with some friends. He started talking to this random chick and things got hot and heavy. She told him that she was an amazing squirter and was bragging about it all night.

     

    Well, he went home with her and she "squirted" for him. Turns out, chick was just peeing everywhere! She thought it was squirting. H's friend was terrified and got the hell outa dodge!

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    mlg78mlg78 member
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    esstee33 said:

    mlg78 said:

    What is "NSFW"?

    Oh, and gag.

    Gag? Yeah, it's totally cool to shame people and make them feel gross about something their bodies do naturally. A+.
    Ahhh, so it's okay for ashley8918 to post that gif but I can't say "gag"? I don't see the difference. Clearly I wasn't the only one who wasn't all about this post.
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    mlg78 said:

    esstee33 said:

    mlg78 said:

    What is "NSFW"?

    Oh, and gag.

    Gag? Yeah, it's totally cool to shame people and make them feel gross about something their bodies do naturally. A+.
    Ahhh, so it's okay for ashley8918 to post that gif but I can't say "gag"? I don't see the difference. Clearly I wasn't the only one who wasn't all about this post.
    I'm with you here, but she isn't one of the posters who "liked" that gif post, so...
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    I have no experience in this area. But doey, why the intense curiosity about squirters?

    ...the first time I had this happen years ago, I had no one I could ask about it (not even google), and I was intensely embarrassed because I thought I'd lost control of my bladder. As a result I kept myself firmly in check, and sex sucked.

    To me, it feels like TK is a safe place to ask such a question, given our occasional TMI threads. Please let's try and keep it that way.
    Excuse me? Did I say something that made his an unsafe place to discuss? I asked why she's asking and didn't judge at all.

    If you want to see gifs and comments that would make someone feel like shit about posting this, I think you quoted the wrong person...
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    I have no experience in this area. But doey, why the intense curiosity about squirters?

    ...the first time I had this happen years ago, I had no one I could ask about it (not even google), and I was intensely embarrassed because I thought I'd lost control of my bladder. As a result I kept myself firmly in check, and sex sucked.

    To me, it feels like TK is a safe place to ask such a question, given our occasional TMI threads. Please let's try and keep it that way.
    Excuse me? Did I say something that made his an unsafe place to discuss? I asked why she's asking and didn't judge at all.

    If you want to see gifs and comments that would make someone feel like shit about posting this, I think you quoted the wrong person...
    I quoted you to respond specifically to the question about her curiosity.

    The note at the bottom was not directed specifically at you, but for everyone that was posting gifs and comments like "gag". I'm sorry, I should have clarified. I wasn't meaning to call you out about it.
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    I have no experience in this area. But doey, why the intense curiosity about squirters?

    ...the first time I had this happen years ago, I had no one I could ask about it (not even google), and I was intensely embarrassed because I thought I'd lost control of my bladder. As a result I kept myself firmly in check, and sex sucked.

    To me, it feels like TK is a safe place to ask such a question, given our occasional TMI threads. Please let's try and keep it that way.
    Excuse me? Did I say something that made his an unsafe place to discuss? I asked why she's asking and didn't judge at all.

    If you want to see gifs and comments that would make someone feel like shit about posting this, I think you quoted the wrong person...
    Honestly. If we are going to get all up in arms about people "making this an unsafe place" (and, really? We are adults. If we can't handle someone expressing their opinion on the Internet, perhaps we should not be here.), a post wondering why she felt like we would be the best people to ask, is not the post to be offended about.
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    ashley8918ashley8918 member
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    edited March 2015

    mlg78 said:

    What is "NSFW"?

    Oh, and gag.

    Gag? Yeah, it's totally cool to shame people and make them feel gross about something their bodies do naturally. A+.
    Just like any other knot thread, if you put it up on a public message board, you're going to get assorted responses. 

    Being revolted by other people's body excretions and fluids is also something that occurs naturally. The revulsion and disgust is a built in human survival mechanism against contracting illness and disease. When people hear about or think about or see poo or snot or vomit or piss or sperm or blood or whatever, revulsion is a 100% entirely normal response. 

    Are you shaming someone for having an entirely normal organic reaction of disgust? 

    My body does many things "naturally" that 99% of the population doesn't want to hear about. If I put up a TMI thread about my poop, or the color and texture of my nose blows, or whatever, I wouldn't be surprised if people said eeeeeewww, why are you saying this? Gag.

    Nobody's "shaming" me because they're grossed out by boogers. They would just be having a normal human response to the subject. 

    (For the record, that's just a random example of something "natural."  Nothing at all interesting comes out of my nose. Except once when I coughed and sneezed during dinner, and a full size fettuccini noodle flew out of my nostril. I mean flew. Across the table. Horrifying. I was subjected to much nostril shaming.)



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    I have no experience in this area. But doey, why the intense curiosity about squirters?

    ...the first time I had this happen years ago, I had no one I could ask about it (not even google), and I was intensely embarrassed because I thought I'd lost control of my bladder. As a result I kept myself firmly in check, and sex sucked.

    To me, it feels like TK is a safe place to ask such a question, given our occasional TMI threads. Please let's try and keep it that way.
    Excuse me? Did I say something that made his an unsafe place to discuss? I asked why she's asking and didn't judge at all.

    If you want to see gifs and comments that would make someone feel like shit about posting this, I think you quoted the wrong person...
    I quoted you to respond specifically to the question about her curiosity.

    The note at the bottom was not directed specifically at you, but for everyone that was posting gifs and comments like "gag". I'm sorry, I should have clarified. I wasn't meaning to call you out about it.
    Of course I can understand that people might be embarrassed to talk about this. Even without experiencing it, I get that. I'm wondering if she's asking on behalf of herself, a friend, a sexual partner, etc. Basically asking for more information since there's very little in the OP.

    And I agree with you - the shaming gifs/comments are pretty bad.
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    doeydo said:

    Can I start a sex thread?  

    OK, squirting.  How do you know it is actually squirting and not pee?  Just from clitoral stimulation.  I tried Googling but it is all different answers from probably not so great resources.

    Aaaaand back to the OP. Yes, you can, but I question if this is the best place, and people will probably be grossed out. There have been recent studies on the subject that suggest that yes, it's pee. One of those was posted here: 

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    Oh, ffs. Only rainbows and butterflies when it comes to this particular OP!
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    If it was an enjoyable part of an orgasm...does it really matter?

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    If you are curious about this, go to Wikipedia and search for Skene's Glands.

    Technically it's inside the vagina but near the exit, so theoretically clitoral stimulation can make it happen.
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    esstee33esstee33 member
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    mlg78 said:

    What is "NSFW"?

    Oh, and gag.

    Gag? Yeah, it's totally cool to shame people and make them feel gross about something their bodies do naturally. A+.
    Just like any other knot thread, if you put it up on a public message board, you're going to get assorted responses. 

    Being revolted by other people's body excretions and fluids is also something that occurs naturally. The revulsion and disgust is a built in human survival mechanism against contracting illness and disease. When people hear about or think about or see poo or snot or vomit or piss or sperm or blood or whatever, revulsion is a 100% entirely normal response. 

    Are you shaming someone for having an entirely normal organic reaction of disgust? 

    My body does many things "naturally" that 99% of the population doesn't want to hear about. If I put up a TMI thread about my poop, or the color and texture of my nose blows, or whatever, I wouldn't be surprised if people said eeeeeewww, why are you saying this? Gag.

    Nobody's "shaming" me because they're grossed out by boogers. They would just be having a normal human response to the subject. 

    (For the record, that's just a random example of something "natural."  Nothing at all interesting comes out of my nose. Except once when I coughed and sneezed during dinner, and a full size fettuccini noodle flew out of my nostril. I mean flew. Across the table. Horrifying. I was subjected to much nostril shaming.)
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    Oh, I'm not disagreeing with you that it's totally legitimate to be grossed out about it, just like with any of the other weird things our bodies do, and the many and varied fluids we produce. I just think there's a big difference between being grossed out by something you read on the internet, and then going a step further to post something like "gag," which doesn't really seem to serve any purpose other than trying to make OP feel gross about herself. 

    It's also a TMI thread, and tagged as such. If you're easily grossed out by TMI stuff, why even bother reading it? 

    mlg78 said:

    esstee33 said:

    mlg78 said:

    What is "NSFW"?

    Oh, and gag.

    Gag? Yeah, it's totally cool to shame people and make them feel gross about something their bodies do naturally. A+.
    Ahhh, so it's okay for ashley8918 to post that gif but I can't say "gag"? I don't see the difference. Clearly I wasn't the only one who wasn't all about this post.
    No, I wasn't cool with that gif, either. 
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    I kinda feel like if Doey cares/wonders whether or not it's pee, she was probably also a little grossed out by it. So how is it shaming to agree "whoa yeah that's kinda gross if it's pee"? JFC, we're all adults here. I can be told something I've done is completely gross without feeling ashamed by it. Our bodies are disgusting sometimes most of the time. That's life.

    Doey, I'm pretty sure that one time I did pee a little. And it was during oral. My BF didn't notice or seem to care, he was just pleased as punch with what he had just caused to happen and hell, I was not displeased. It was disgusting, but goddamn it was good.

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