Does a wet vagina stain the panties?

I just started thinking about this, because if I ever cum into my underpants, it tends to stain the fabric, either turning white into yellowish or having a bleach like effect on colored underwear. Does the discharge from the vagina also have this effect on fabrics, or after it dries out it feels and looks no different then before?
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  • Discharge & having a wet vagina are two different things. Discharge can definitely stain the fabric, but being wet from being turned on has never done that to the fabric, for me anyway. Sure it leaves a minor stain when it dries on the fabric but it doesn’t leave a permanent mark like discharge can sometimes do.

    • How do you call the liquid that makes your vagina wet when you are turned on? I looked it up and I found an article where it says it's called 'arousal fluid' but it also said that it's a type of discharge. So, that's why I used them interchangeably in the question, but now I wonder: how are they different? Are they different in texture, color or chemical composition? Why does one stain the fabric and the other not? Also, can you do anything to prevent the staining? Do you go to the bathroom to wipe down there, or do you just hope that it doesn't stain this time? Also, does one leak out in more volume then the other?

    • What we call “discharge” is a liquid that forms everyday that we’re not on our period. It’s purpose is to cleanse & moisten the vagina, aswell as helping to prevent and fight infections. It can change in colour, texture and smell throughout our cycle. It can be the texture of glue, the texture of water, the texture of egg whites, so on. “Arousal fluid” as you said, only occurs when we are turned on. It’s not a daily occurrence like discharge is, and it’s always the same texture (slimy, thick & watery) and doesn’t have the same smell that discharge has. As for why discharge stains panties and arousal fluid usually doesn’t, the vagina has a ‘good’ bacteria in it called lactobacilli which keeps it healthy by maintaining optimal acidity levels and keeping bad bacteria out. When the discharge is exposed to air, it oxidises. Which means that when discharge interacts with underwears fabric dye, it can leave a stain. I believe that arousal fluid doesn’t leave these stains because it doesn’t have the same bacteria in it that discharge has, therefore when it’s exposed to air, it doesn’t oxidise and interact badly with the fabric dye.

    • Wow, thank you a lot for this very detailed response 😁

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  • Just like precum, a wet vulva's dried stain will be white and chalky.
    But maybe someone can explain the difference between vaginal mucus (wetness from arousal) and "discharge".