This may sound dirty. A male friend of mine said while having intercourse with a woman she was 'spurting' clear liquid out of her vagina. He assumed this was cum but I said it wouldn't come out that way. He was insistent that it was not urination that 'got away' from his partner. But I think he is wrong. Is it possible to create so much fluid that is could shoot out in such a way? I know the girl he was with and would want to help her if it's a problem.
This is clearly a case of female ejaculation! Your woman friend is a female ejaculator! When such women orgasm, a fair amount of clear odorless fluid is forcefully expelled from their urethral opening (not out of the vagina). It is not urine, even though it comes out the same opening. This is a harmless variation and your friend should not be made to feel weird or shameful about this...for her it is quite normal and if she tries to stop it, she will end up ruining her orgasmic experience! Don't you dare say anything to her and tell your male friend that he is in part correct. It is a type of female "cum," but it does not shoot out of the vagina.
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