They have hardly any semen to spread, right?
This rather intellectual question interested me for some time now and I’ve looked into several studies. The most interesting thing to me is that many scientists still have no clue what and why women squirt in the first place. Well, probalby scientist don’t get laid that well either (have I succeeded in offending any browsing scientist?:-) )
What we do know is that “Squirt Juice” is ejaculated from the urethra and/or the paraurethral ducts and consists of “
- glucose (a natural sugar) and fructose (another natural sugar, also found in the prostatic fluid of semen)
- prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a protein in male ejaculate produced by the prostate gland, and in females, believed to be generated by Skene’s glands
- very low levels of creatinine and urea (the two primary chemical markers of urine, found in high levels in pre- and post-ejaculatory urinalysis). “
But we are very sure that it is certainly not pee. Female ejaculate, just like male’s, is a clear fluid and may contain traces of urine but is hardly the same.