Although clearly Kinsey was familiar with the phenomenon, commenting that p. How does a person explain that? Man in Paradise" A modern gynecological myth' by Terrence Hines. It required the detailed anatomical work of Helen O'Connell  from onwards to more properly elucidate the relationships between the different anatomical structures involved.
I have also had friends tell me they have seen that happen with certain girls. Simultaneous collection of ejaculate also showed PSA in both urine and ejaculate in all cases, but in higher concentration in the ejaculate than in the urine. So it can be confusing which fluid people see or feel during sex. On the other hand. However this paper made little impact, and was dismissed in the major sexological writings of that time, such as Kinsey  and Masters and Johnson ,  equating this "erroneous belief" with urinary stress incontinence. The fluid was clear like water and was not slippery. I was fingering a girl and she had a huge orgasm. In the lower part, near the outlet of the urinary passage, this membrane is pierced by large ducts, or lacunae, through which pituito-serous matter occasionally discharges in considerable quantities. Research has used highly selected individuals, case studies, or very small numbers of subjects, making generalization difficult. It is neither urine nor the clear egg yoke stuff that is discharged. Bell's critique lies at the heart of feminist concerns about this debate, namely a tendency to "disregard, reinterpret, and overwrite women's subjective descriptions. Early work was contradictory; the initial study on one woman by Addiego and colleagues, reported in ,  could not be confirmed in a subsequent study on 11 women in ,  but was confirmed in another 7 women in The best current data comes from studies where women have abstained from coitus, and where their own urine is used as a control both pre- and post-orgasm. Further methodological issues include the fact that the composition of the fluid appears to vary with the menstrual cycle,  and that the biochemical profile of the para-urethral tissues varies with age. Moreover the profuse secretions coming out with the orgasm have no lubricating significance, otherwise they would be produced at the beginning of intercourse and not at the peak of orgasm. I am not saying some girls do in fact pee and the fluid does come from her urethra. An abnormal secretion of the mucous membrane of the vagina is looked upon as source of disgust. Easy on the Eye Productions considered it a "historic victory"  although the BBFC maintains that its "position remains fundamentally unchanged for future releases". I am inclined to believe that "urine" reported to be expelled during female orgasm is not urine, but only secretions of the intraurethral glands correlated with the erotogenic zone along the urethra in the anterior vaginal wall. Malinowski states that in the language of the Trobriand Island people, a single word is used to describe ejaculation in both male and female. A paper in Medical Hypotheses suggests that it may have an anti-microbial function, protecting from urinary tract infections. What is it and where does it come from? This can be interpreted and appears to be female ejaculation to some men and women if she is a girl that produces a lot during arousal. No mucus or vaginal lubrication so my penis was getting unusual friction moving inside of her vagina. This could be interpreted or confused with female ejaculation if its that time of the month and during sex an orgasm expels more of this fluid at once instead of slowly over time. See also Chalker pp.
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