I am a squirter and James is convinced that I do not ejaculate “mystical pee” as I saw it termed somewhere. He bases this on the fact that the liquid is clear, and not yellow, has no odor to speak of, and tastes vaguely sweet. And why would milking someone’s G-spot cause them to lose control of their bladder? And why would it shoot across the room? These are questions that are yet to be answered.

We saw something on Real Sex where they lab-tested both urine and “squirt juice” from the same woman within a few minutes of each other and determined they were not the same. I don’t understand why this hasn’t been replicated. It seems perfectly easy to do. A study sample size of 7 doesn’t seem like much of a study. You are absolutely correct that we should have this figured out by now. Someone should get on that!

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