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).
When a woman has an orgasm and expels fluid from her genitals. Note: this is a controversial concept, some people suggesting that this is nothing more than a woman urinating after or during an orgasm. The conventional medical establishment has dismissed " female ejaculation" as actually being a condition known as urinary stress incontinence. This condition is considered to be an undesirable bodily dysfunction in which urine is involuntarily expelled from the urethras of women due to physical straining such as might also occur with coughing or sneezing as well as sexual arousal or orgasm. DoctorG.com