Pee or no? Science finally has an answer. Maybe you saw it in porn, maybe you're a squirter or your partner is, or maybe you just really want to know what it is or what it feels like. Here's how the researchers came to this conclusion: At the beginning of the study, all the women emptied their bladders and gave a urine sample, then underwent an ultrasound to confirm that their bladders were totally empty. Then they stayed in the exam room either alone or with a partner and did something to get sexually aroused — but they didn't orgasm. Once the participants were sufficiently turned on, they invited the researchers back into the room for another ultrasound, where the researchers saw that the ladies' bladders had filled back up a little bit which makes sense — some time had gone by. Then the researchers left the room again, and the women continued going at it until they squirted. After the women squirted, they were given another ultrasound and found that their bladders were empty again. There was urine in there before they squirted, and it was gone after they squirted.
3. Even If You Pee Before Sex, You Can Still Squirt
For many of us, female ejaculation is the number one urban legend of sexual experiences. We've all heard the stories about that friend of a friend who goes off like a sprinkler system. So what's a girl gotta do to get in on the action?
Squirting is fake.
We don't know a lot about the science behind female ejaculation, a. We don't know exactly what's in it. We don't know why some women can do it, while others can't.
People with vaginas can do amazing things — we know this. Babies can come out of them. Monthly periods let us know that our bodies are healthy, and even when we're bleeding, we can literally do anything. Vaginas even clean themselves, for crying out loud! Yet another amazing thing the vagina can do is ejaculate, AKA female ejaculation, commonly referred to as squirting. Though, this obviously isn't true. Can women make it happen for themselves? A brief anatomy lesson: The vagina has many parts. The actual vagina or vaginal canal , which is where your period blood emerges from and the part that gets penetrated during sex, does not project liquid during squirting. According to Dr.