‘Stop Peeing On Our Brothers’ Bed’- Lady Warns Women Who Squirt During Lovemaking- Video

A beautiful Nigerian woman has taken to Instagram to warn ladies to stop peeing on men’s beds in the name of squirting during steamy sessions under the sheets.

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Unfortunately, this lady failed to tell us the difference between pee and squirt even though she mentioned it in the short clip she posted. In her view, some girls deliberately empty their bladder in bed when it has nothing to do with squirting.

Yourdaye.com defines Squirting as a female ejaculation when a person with a vulva emits liquid from the urethra in response to sexual stimulation or orgasm. The fluid released usually looks like water and is colourless and odourless.

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