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So, I was thinking about the good old slime-girls and how they should work.

They are referred to as Gel-based, or Gel-creatures, or something along those lines. Probably with their own species name. The reason is that gel is a little more firm than slime. Besides ovipositors currently use a slime as their pre-cum/lubricant, so it would also avoid confusion there.
They come with their own "Legs type", which is sort of amorphous, but still shapes into butts/pussies/cocks for good times.
They come with their own cum type, which is really just a part of them. The gel will stay inside you, feeding off your moisture and warmth as it grows, eventually resulting in you birthing a copy of the gel-creature. (Or inside someone else, if you decide to be a gel-creature yourself.)
They are see-through, adding a small description to what their sexual organs look like internally. This gives sort of an x-ray feel, which I think could be kinda cool.
They may need their own womb type, since they reproduce by splitting rather than pregnancy, and just use you for nourishment or incubation.
They will come in several races, which only really differ in color, temperature and where they are found.
They will come with various body temperatures depending on where they live. There will be descriptions that mention this. For example, there will be a burning hot one on the lava planet, and maybe a freezing cold one on the ice world. So that would feel interesting inside you/around your cock Smile

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