What Is That White Creamy Stuff?

So you're having sex and everything is going well, but when the penis is removed from the vagina it's covered in a white, creamy discharge that both excites and concerns you.  It has no smell, it doesn't stain and it seems to appear whenever she's really enjoying the experience.  What is this white, creamy fluid-like substance that's coming from the vagina when she's excited and why does it happen? 

I'm glad you asked because it's a common questions from lovers across the globe.

That creamy white discharge you encounter during intercourse is produced when a woman has an orgasm.  It is a vaginal secretion produced by the vagina to facilitate in conception (sperm now have more fluid to swim in to move closer to their target).  It helps with providing a better glide for the penis within the vagina and is a signal to both parties that orgasms are talking place and the female partner's body is fully aroused.  Consider it as another form of vaginal lubrication and a sign that her body is responding well to being stroked in all the right places.

What if that white, Creamy discharge isn't there? Does it mean she's not having orgasms?

Not exactly.

Orgasms come in many different versions and some are accompanied by a gush of clear fluid (squirting), increased clear vaginal secretions and sometimes involuntary contraction of pelvic muscles or lower body contractions.  "Cumming" for a woman is an indication that she is experiencing vaginal orgasms during penetration, but if she doesn't cream there is no reason to believe she is enjoying sex any less. Every woman's sexual response cycle is different, which means every woman will be turned on by various triggers. If your desire is for your partner to "cream" on your Peen (my short word for Penis), experiment with various sex positions and strokes in order to see what will make her body respond with an orgasm.

PSA: Always know the STD/STI status of your partner before entering into sexual intercourse. Get tested by finding a testing site near you. Log on to www.gytnow.org to find a clinic or testing facility near you.

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  • tish

    I have wondered this myself and I’m the woman lol. Tbh i never had an orgasm (until recently i digress sorry) but anyway before i experienced my 1st one the creamy stuff was on his penis and I haven’t even orgasmed. No smell or anything.oh well lol

    January 11, 2016 Reply

    Thank you so much for the insight. I have been wondering about that but you have just cleared my doubts. Thanks a lot. I have also overcome my PE through our website. God bless you. You are really helping a lot of people.

    February 20, 2016 Reply
  • Sequita

    Im sooo happy I found your videos and website! You have been extremely helpful and informative. Thanks keep up the great work!

    April 4, 2016 Reply
  • Kimberly DeGruy

    Hi. Love your website love your videos on YouTube. Quick question. Is it possible for a woman to have orgasms during intercourse and not know it or will she always feel it coming?

    April 30, 2016 Reply
  • Royd


    Thanks for that good explanation.


    Zambia, Africa.

    May 19, 2016 Reply
  • chuks

    Tyomi you are Gods sent. i enjoy and love how you treat issues. you have solved and helped a lot of people especially my humble self. continue doing this good work. Thumbs up dear

    June 22, 2016 Reply
  • Allison

    Wow! So that creamy thingy was my cum.. Lol, i saw this creamy stuff on my bf after sex, apparently it wasn’t his cum but i didn’t kw wat it was either. Good to know tho

    July 28, 2016 Reply
  • Eve

    OK so is this saying that the white creamy discharge is an orgasm? Cause I always see this on my partner but never had the intense feeling of an orgasm. I’ve enjoyed the sex and I always have the white discharge and just didn’t have that big wow feeling.

    January 2, 2017 Reply
  • Eve

    OK so is this saying that the white creamy discharge is an orgasm? Cause I’ve had this but never experienced the muscle contractions. So can women have an orgasm and not feel it?

    January 3, 2017 Reply
    • Eve

      Oh now I see my first comment from earlier today smh

      January 3, 2017 Reply

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