Question 27: What is meant by Ihtilaam (sexual dream)? Do only married women experience it?
Answer: Both men and women can experience Ihtilaam at any age. It is one of the signs of puberty. If a woman experiences Ihtilaam by ejaculating Maniy (vaginal secretions that are released on orgasm), she should perform Ghusl (full ritual bath) following major ritual impurity... read more here.
Question 115: Someone told me if a Muslim has conjugal intercourse, it is obligatory that he should urinate before performing Ghusl (ritual bath); otherwise he will remain Junub (in a state of major ritual impurity). This is because there will still be some Maniy (spermatic fluid) in his penis that can only be removed by urination. What is your opinion on this?
Answer: The Ghusl is valid without the urination. However, if a man urinates after performing Ghusl and some Maniy comes out along with the urine or alone, but without desire, it is not required to perform Ghusl again. It is sufficient just to perform Istinjaa’ (cleansing the private parts with water after urination or defecation) and the Islaamically prescribed Wudoo’ (ablution)… read more here.
Question 113: What is the ruling on a husband sleeping by his wife in one bed and fondling her with desire, without having sexual intercourse or semen discharges, should he perform Ghusl (ritual bath) in this case?
Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If a man sleeps by his wife and touches her with desire but neither penile penetration into the vulva nor ejaculation takes place, Ghusl (ritual bath) is not required of him.
Question 113: I hope that you will explain to us the difference between major and minor ritual impurity. Also, if a person has a sexual dream and discharges one or two drops of Maniy (spermatic fluid), is it permissible for him to remove it with water instead of performing Ghusl (ritual bath) following major ritual impurity?
Answer: Minor ritual impurity is that which nullifies Wudoo’ (ablution) only, like sleeping, urination, eating camel meat and such like, whereas major ritual impurity is that which necessitates performing Ghusl, like when Maniy is emitted in spurts accompanied with feelings of pleasure, and when the tip of the penis penetrates into the vulva. In case a man has a sexual dream and sees Maniy, even if one drop, it is obligatory on him to perform Ghusl… read more here.
Question 112: Does the penetration of the glans penis into the vulva without sexual pleasure, necessitate Ghusl (ritual bath following major ritual impurity) or not?
Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Yes, Ghusl becomes obligatory on both man and wife because of the reported evidence in this regard. Among them is what is reported by Ahmad, Muslim, and Al-Tirmidee on the authority of `Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace be upon him) said... read more here.
Question 111: I discharge Maniy (spermatic fluid) while and after urinating without having any sexual desire. Should I perform Ghusl (ritual bath)? Is this discharge considered Najis (ritually impure) or not?
Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. The discharge that comes out of you with urine without having sexual desire is Wadee (a thick white secretion discharged after urination), which is Najis like urine. However, you do not have to perform Ghusl, but you have to wash the place soiled with it... read more here.