non-stimulated state. Stroking this area with a firm, masterful touch, she will experience twinges of contractions in her uterus. As she approaches the point of orgasm, if this is her first time having one this way, she may get a 'full-bladder" feeling. This happens because of the prolonged intensity of the orgasm. The clear, whitish fluid from her G-Spot ejaculation will be different from that achieved through clitoral stimulation.
Researchers have attempted to build on the claim that G-spot stimulation leads to female ejaculation, hypothesizing that non-urine female ejaculate originated from the female paraurethral glands, or Skene's gland.