I'm 26 and enjoy sex but I've never had a steady boyfriend, and rarely do it more than once or twice with the same person. The reason is, when I have an orgasm I always wet the bed which is really embarrassing and I assume it's a turn off for the person I'm with. I'm not incontinent at any other time except during orgasm, and in fact it doesn't even seem like urine but I know it's not normal because I don't know any other women who do this. Relax - you are not alone. Some women do ejaculate.
Female ejaculation: I'm embarrassed when I seem to wet the bed during sex
Do teen girls and boys have wet dreams?
This week it came to light that when Lena Dunham was 7 years old, she looked at her little sister's vagina, and an alarming number of people have dubbed her a "child molester. I'm shaking my head in disbelief as I write because I can't believe that such innocuous things have become the subject of so much vitriol. If I had a penny for all of the sexual organs I looked at as a child, I'd be rich. OK, maybe I'd only have an extra ten or so dollars, but you know what I mean. Children are naturally inquisitive. They are fascinated by the weird things they begin discovering on their bodies.
6 Things Girls Do When Discovering Their Sexuality
This is the time of the life when teens ponder about their present and future, and these thoughts are convoluted and chaotic. Teenage years are also the time when teens start realizing their sexuality and sexual identity. With the onset of puberty, teens experience several physiological and psychological changes, including hormonal changes, attaining sexual maturity, and development of secondary sexual characteristics. Hormonal changes have different effects on boys and girls. Girls start developing breasts and by the time they are about 15 years, most start menstruating.