“French gynecologist Samuel Salama and his colleagues studied 7 women who report producing large amounts of fluid at orgasm. While two women’s fluids showed no difference chemically from their urine, the other five had a small amount of an enzyme not detected in their initial urine sample that they believe is part of ‘true’ female ejaculate.

So sometimes when women squirt, it’s pee, or it’s close to pee, or it’s pee mixed with female ejaculate, or it’s just female ejaculate, which is another non-clear liquid altogether.”

Also it’s not “emporer,” but “emperor.”

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