If we're going to have multiple partners in life, then we've got to be down with the understanding that sexuality differs among people a lot, and what one partner enjoyed or we enjoyed with them may or may not be something that will go on with another. When it is, like most things in pornographythey go over the top, showing a lot of fluid, rather than the more variant amounts we see in real life with ejaculate. But here's the most important stuff: Or when we or others are asking things of anyone's body which that particular body may or may not do. I get the impression that some guys, particularly younger guys, do see female ejaculation as a cool trick: While it appears that this kind of ejaculation is a function of the paraurethral glands like the Skene's glands which comes through the urethra -- the same place we urinate -- and the fluid is a lot like urine, enough research has been done which finds this fluid to be very different from urine, even though it's possible some elements of urine are in the mix. Too, while most typically, ejaculation from the penis happens very shortly after orgasm, when it does, ejaculation from the vulva or vagina can happen that way, or well before, after, or without orgasm.
Certainly, ejaculation can be a surprise, and when you do know we can do that, it's something you may want to fill partners in on in advance, especially if you don't feel comfortable with it, or want to make sure someone else won't react in such a messed-up way.
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Sometimes, it'll happen without doing that at all. Again, when we have multiple partnerships in life, our sexual experiences with partners will tend to vary: What you're asking about is most typically called female ejaculation even though not everyone with a vulva identifies as female, nor does everyone who identifies as female have a vulvaand often colloquially called "squirting. Do you have info about this? If we don't dig, accept and celebrate variety, then obviously it might not make a lot of sense for us to take more than one partner. It can sometimes happen with an orgasm, but it just as commonly happens without or before orgasm, too. Some people who ejaculate may never have a big "gush," while others often will.