The impurity of sexual discharge of a male or female is a controversial issue among Muslim jurists. The most correct view is that it is not impure.

Dr. Salah Sultan, President of the American Center for Islamic Research, Columbus, Ohio, and Member of the European Council for Fatwa and Research, states: There are two opinions as to whether female ejaculation (sexual discharge) is impure or not. One group of scholars say that it is not, supporting their view with the fact that it is part of the person and from it humans are created. They also argue for the purity of semen and sexual discharge by quoting the report that `A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) used to wipe off the clothes in which she found the Prophet’s semen after they had dried. Had it been impure, she would not have wiped it off, she would have washed it.

The second group of scholars argue that sexual discharge (semen or women sexual ejaculation) is like any other secretion such as urine, and it is therefore impure.
However, the strong argument is that semen and sexual discharge are pure. This does not mean that the person does not seek extra purification or wash whatever he or she finds disgusting, but this is a different issue.