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    A friend of mine recently lost her virginity and while she had her first sex she doesn't know anything about it. She enjoyed it but she didn't know whether she has orgasm or not while having sex. I read out some articles and asked her to masturbate. She has never masturbated and she was very shy. So she texted and as she talked she became horny. First she started with rubbing her clit but her body started twitching and her belly muscles started to vibrate and she couldn't continue.
    I than asked her to try for squirting. She put her middle finger inside and as i told her she found a little bit rough area inside as she was fully aroused, she said it was little rough 2 inches inside on the upper side in her vagina. So she started rubbing it and she was relaxed, she started to get feelings and soon it seems like she's going to pee, but she couldn't pee. She continued rubbing her G-spot and then suddenly her ***** started to grab her fingers inside the vagina. It was a feeling like her vagina hold her finger and than released and than hold, she become confused as there was also a peeing feeling too. So she pushed but couldn't squirt.
    After rubbing for a while and vagina holding her finger too she pulled her finger out and soon a water released from her urethra/vagina in large quantity after she pulled her finger out. It was odorless but it was pale yellow. I said to her that you're squirting as I assumed from her feelings and her finger grabbing.
    But she's confused and think she had peed.
    Please let me know about the feelings before orgasm, how it feels when someone have orgasm, and what is the colour of squirting fluid and what it feels when a woman squirts?
    Is my girl squirting or Peeing?
    Squirting could be yellow as i have studied it's either crystal clear water or something milky water.
    Please let me know as we are new to it?
    Openly share your experience
    Thank you so much all
    ????
    ?

  • Hi Dawood!
    From what you're describing, it's very difficult to know what was happening exactly. It could be either, really. I'm more inclined to think she peed, but that's really hard to know with any certainty. It could be either one.

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    • Thank you for your response,
      Can you please explain me about the feelings before orgasm and what it feels to women while they are having orgasm.
      And Also I need information regarding squirting, how to get her to squirting and also about the colour of squirting fluid,
      Is it possible that fluid will be yellow or it must be crystal clear or milky white?

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      • No, I really can't explain what an orgasm feels like. What I can tell you, is your girlfriend will know when it happens for her. It's a sensation and an experience that can't be compared with anything else, and when it happens, you know exactly what it was. She may not experience this in the beginning either, it takes some time and some effort for many women, in a way that isn't so common for men. Some unfortunate women almost never, or never do achieve orgasm.

        May I ask, how old are you both? I'm guessing you're young, and I applaud you for caring about her satisfaction. However, her sexuality is hers to explore, and much of what she wants to learn and do, she can take steps toward in her own time. Squirting, and even explosive orgasms are pretty high expectations for a young lady that just lost her virginity. I suspect she needs some time, and an opportunity to explore her body to learn what she likes and doesn't like, without the coaxing, or urging of another person. Think of squirting as an advanced technique. It's like pitching a no-hitter your first time on the mound. It's like running every kickoff back for a touch-down. It's like kicking a goal from the center line 100 times in a row. (trying to give you some perspective there) It doesn't happen for all women, and many women that can, don't do so regularly. So, making it a goal this early in your sexual relationship, may be setting a standard that is unrealistic. It may be a smart move to chill a bit, and just enjoy what progresses naturally. If she does feel any sort of pressure from you, it will inhibit her sexually, and it will impede your progress together sexually.

        Perhaps encourage her to come here for advice, questions and discussion on what she's curious about? It sounds like she's open and ready to explore, so that's a great thing. Just take it easy

        Are you more experienced than she is, or have you gathered these ideas through the use of porn?

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        • Originally posted by atskitty2 View Post
          No, I really can't explain what an orgasm feels like. What I can tell you, is your girlfriend will know when it happens for her. It's a sensation and an experience that can't be compared with anything else, and when it happens, you know exactly what it was. She may not experience this in the beginning either, it takes some time and some effort for many women, in a way that isn't so common for men. Some unfortunate women almost never, or never do achieve orgasm.

          May I ask, how old are you both? I'm guessing you're young, and I applaud you for caring about her satisfaction. However, her sexuality is hers to explore, and much of what she wants to learn and do, she can take steps toward in her own time. Squirting, and even explosive orgasms are pretty high expectations for a young lady that just lost her virginity. I suspect she needs some time, and an opportunity to explore her body to learn what she likes and doesn't like, without the coaxing, or urging of another person. Think of squirting as an advanced technique. It's like pitching a no-hitter your first time on the mound. It's like running every kickoff back for a touch-down. It's like kicking a goal from the center line 100 times in a row. (trying to give you some perspective there) It doesn't happen for all women, and many women that can, don't do so regularly. So, making it a goal this early in your sexual relationship, may be setting a standard that is unrealistic. It may be a smart move to chill a bit, and just enjoy what progresses naturally. If she does feel any sort of pressure from you, it will inhibit her sexually, and it will impede your progress together sexually.

          Perhaps encourage her to come here for advice, questions and discussion on what she's curious about? It sounds like she's open and ready to explore, so that's a great thing. Just take it easy

          Are you more experienced than she is, or have you gathered these ideas through the use of porn?
          Thanks atskitty for your concern dear! First of all I would like to tell you that We are both new to sexual experience, We both are almost 20 years old, She was virgin and I was also virgin in case of sex with woman. I mean i have never had sex with any other girl before her, i only masturbated sometimes But I read alot about exploring the world of sex and always search for new things and want to explore her as much as i can because i care about her more than myself. In case of experience I would say that I know more than her because I always read. But she's very shy but she trusts me and whatever I study or know I do share with her and she always obeys me.
          I know that It's not necessary that she will squirt as all women don't. I respect her but i just want to explore it and we want to enjoy our sexual life as we both were virgins since we were young.
          But I want to give her orgasms as much as I can and I want to know that,
          I wana learn the best methods to give her orgasm.
          But the main thing I wana ask was colour of squirting fluid. It could be pale yellow or not?
          What she experienced was squirting or Peeing.
          I'm anxiously waiting for a response from an experienced woman. Please help me as I want to explore my sexual and love making life.
          I hope someone kind-hearted will let me know about all this new world about which I'm not much aware.
          Thank you so much for your kind suggestions, I'll take care of her. Looking forward to know more from your side.
          Thanks

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          • There's no way to know if she peed or squirted. If she doesn't know, I think none of us will be able to determine that with any degree of certainty. Unfortunately it's not a 1+1=2 kind of scenario.

            The color of the fluid could range from colorless to a very pale yellowish, have some cloudiness or not. It's different for each of us, just as our self-lubricating fluids can look different from woman to woman, and it can even look different perhaps based on her hormones, or other factors. I don't think it's necessarily a consistent appearance in that fluid.

            The prevailing science right now suggests that squirting is just the release of urine. There's not much research on female ejaculation, so the "facts" aren't clear. Whenever I've had conversations with men about it, and how I've experienced it, is that it only occurs during a very powerful, intense orgasm, so, the constituents of the fluid are less relevant to me.

            I have known of some women that have a tendency to dribble urine during masturbation or sexual play, perhaps from weakened muscles in that area, and not from this same type of explosive orgasmic event.
            I wouldn't think your gf has that issue, tho' it could be happening.

            Sex and orgasms are learned and built upon. The types of orgasms I was able to have when I first started exploring my body, are nothing like what happens now. It's a process, and we reach new levels of pleasure with time and experimenting. What one woman likes, isn't necessarily what another woman will like. We experience pleasure differently, and our bodies are built a little differently.

            Have fun! Communication is important in sex. Make sure you're asking her what feels good, and what feels better...she will lead you in the right direction!

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