Yes. A girl who is wet, is just the natural lubrication made by the vagina. It means she is being pleasured. A girl who "cums" is a girl who has an orgasm. Sometimes women who have orgasms, get more wet afterward but you can tell when a woman has an orgasm, her vaginal muscles tighten around the penis.
There are many types of female orgasms. The first is just a clit orgasmm which is a very light orgasm. There is an increase in blood flow to the vagina and maybe an increase in fluids. The next is a gspot orgasm(which i think you are refering to). This orgasm has the potential to squirt out liquid. All women can squirt it just takes time. Some women stop the orgasm because they think they have to pee bad. She has to let go and relax and let it happen for her to squirt.
There is little to no chance that when a female is having an orgasm that they will pee. The other orgasm which is the hardest is called a deep orgasm. Which this is the hardest to get women to have because you have to be fairly large male to make a women have one.
The gspot orgasm if she has one and she squirts, the liquid taste like nothing, smells like nothing, (if she is a clean women)...
If your new to sex let me tell you that all this takes time and practice...It took me and my fiance a year and a half of healthy sexual relationship to finally get her to squirt.
Here is how you can tell if your hitting the gspot. First have your normal foreplay, then slide one finger in her about 1 to 2 inches palm up. Motion with your finger to come here and rub on the top of the vagina wall. You should feel a spongy skin like the tip of your penis. Its not smooth like the rest of the vagina. It took me 45 mins my first time of fingering my fiance to get her to squirt after she relaxed and let go.
Hope this helps and enjoy, always practice safe sex :)
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