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vaginal fluid -- all you ever wanted to know

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"Female sexual fluids - the vaginal fluid is composed of mucus, the remains of dead cells, white blood cells, and a complex liquid that is sweated by the vaginal walls. Sexual excitation almost invariably causes some increase in the production of vaginal fluids, primarily mucus and sweat, though the amount may range greatly for different individuals and at different times. The exact sources of all the components of human vaginal fluid is still not certain, but the list of ingredients is long: inorganic salts, urea, amino acids and other proteins , and a number of volatile fatty acids. These acids evaporate easily making them ideal for conveying messages by smell; in fact, their role in sexual attraction among rhesus monkeys is well established. All women produce some of the two major human fatty acids, acetic acid (the major constituent of vinegar) and lactic acid (an element of sour milk). Around a third of them also produce significant amounts of other volatiles. The exact role of these aromas in human sexuality is not understood, but the smell of the vagina is known to affect many men quite strongly. Also, there are some women who produce vaginal fluid quite copiously during orgasm (the so-called 'female ejaculation'); the source and composition of this orgasmic fluid has not been sufficiently studied to enable a report on their significance at this time."

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"Female sexual fluids - the vaginal fluid is composed of mucus, the remains of dead cells, white blood cells, and a complex liquid that is sweated by the vaginal walls. Sexual excitation almost invariably causes some increase in the production of vaginal fluids, primarily mucus and sweat, though the amount may range greatly for different individuals and at different times. The exact sources of all the components of human vaginal fluid is still not certain, but the list of ingredients is long: inorganic salts, urea, amino acids and other proteins , and a number of volatile fatty acids. These acids evaporate easily making them ideal for conveying messages by smell; in fact, their role in sexual attraction among rhesus monkeys is well established. All women produce some of the two major human fatty acids, acetic acid (the major constituent of vinegar) and lactic acid (an element of sour milk). Around a third of them also produce significant amounts of other volatiles. The exact role of these aromas in human sexuality is not understood, but the smell of the vagina is known to affect many men quite strongly. Also, there are some women who produce vaginal fluid quite copiously during orgasm (the so-called 'female ejaculation'); the source and composition of this orgasmic fluid has not been sufficiently studied to enable a report on their significance at this time."

:yuck:

I don't think I needed to know that...

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