Squirting, is it pee?
Yes. Squirting happens when female ejaculation occurs. When a woman ejaculates or cums her body releases a clear sometimes whitish, jelly-like, slippery fluid. Squirting appears clear but could be clear to light yellow depending on the woman’s water intake. If a female’s bladder is full, she’ll squirt more.
A female’s urinary system is surrounded by glands known as the periurethral and paraurethral glands. Both glands provide lubrication to the urethra which is the slippery fluid discussed above. The urethra is a tube that connects the bladder to the outside of the body. The periurethral and paraurethral glands provides moisture to the surrounding tissues of the vagina and the urethra. The tissues that are connected to the glands are connected to the vagina and clitoris.
Sexual stimulation does put pressure on your bladder and urethra. So, because of the muscles of your bladder spasm, it is possible to release urine during an orgasm or during sex. Although, in some people, releasing urine is uncontrollable and this is because of certain issues that lie under urinary incontinence. But for most cases, urinating during sex is able but controllable. During a female’s orgasm, she is easily able to guide her muscles gently pushing during an orgasm and allowing fluids to freely exit.
As an orgasm progresses, tissues of the vagina’s walls swell with blood and the opening of the vagina narrows. “The first third of the vagina walls contract rhythmically every eight-tenths of a second.” The muscles of the uterus also contracts. During contraction a woman has the ability to clutch and release continuously and as she releases, if she pushes enough, she could then release urine. Depending on how full her bladder is at the moment will present how much fluid is released. The harder she pushes, the more she squirts.
To most, squirting is a turn on but it is skeptical not knowing if you’re playing with pee or not. I’ll say for safer measures, women should drink plenty of water ahead of time. The color and smell depends on a great deal of water intake. The more water she drinks, the clearer her squirts will appear and the fuller her bladder will be.
Levine, Deb, MA. “What Happens to Our Bodies during Sex” 1999. WebMD. Web 2005-2017.