Female ejaculation – pee or #notpee? Why is it even a question?

There has been quite the debate in mainstream media and feminist media about the latest research in female ejaculation. First, one study cites 7 women who appear to have urea in their ejaculate, then sex bloggers took to social media to share their experience with squirting: it’s #notpee. New Scientist consulted with other scientists on the topic and found that female ejaculate comes in two forms: part pee and part #notpee. What is your experience with squirting? What does it mean for women if female ejaculation is found to just be urine?

Original study: Nature and Origin of “Squirting” in Female Sexuality
New Scientist: Female ejaculation comes in two forms, scientists find
Sex Blogger Epiphora: How I know squirting is real (and also not pee)
Refinery29: The Truth About Female Ejaculation

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