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Updated 24 June 2013

Female ejaculation

Expulsion of liquid from the urethra during orgasm, usually through stimulation of the G - spot.

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Expulsion of liquid from the urethra during orgasm, usually through stimulation of the G - spot. This fluid has not been extensively studied, but differs from urine in numerous characteristics and has some ingredients in common with male ejaculate (but contains no sperm).
 
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