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Female Ejaculation: The Holy Grail of Female Sexual Arousal

Ejaculation is typically thought of as something that only men can do upon reaching orgasm. Studies show that women may also be capable of "ejaculating" under certain circumstances.

Ejaculation is typically thought of as something that only men can do upon reaching orgasm. Studies show that women may also be capable of “ejaculating” under certain circumstances. 

“Female ejaculation” is also sometimes referred to as “squirting” or “gushing.” There is much debate in the medical community, and amongst the general population, about whether or not this phenomenon actually exists. Some people think that it is something that is only produced by special effects in pornographic videos, whereas others believe that female ejaculation is simply urinary incontinence. 

Studies have shown that female ejaculation is very real. The chemical composition of the fluid is chemically the same as that of male prostatic fluid, except that it does not contain sperm. Though some women may experience urinary incontinence during orgasm, the fluid released during actual female ejaculation is not urine. 

Though distinct from urine, female ejaculatory fluid is released through the urethra (just like in males). The fluid is thought to be produced in the “female prostate” (skene’s gland). The fluid is generally clear in color with a consistency similar to water, though it can vary from woman to woman. Unlike urine, if it gets on your bedding, it will probably not leave any kind of stain when it dries. 

It is thought that all, or at least most, women are capable of female ejaculation, though it is more difficult for some women to achieve than others. For females to ejaculate, they must be extremely aroused, though high levels of arousal will not always produce female ejaculation. It is also more likely that a woman will ejaculate from g-spot stimulation, though it is possible from clitoral stimulation for some women. Some women might also find that it is easier to ejaculate from masturbation than from sex with a partner, though others may find that the opposite is true. Some women might find that thinking about a specific fantasy that they find particularly erotic may make them more likely to ejaculate than other fantasies. Once a woman starts to ejaculate, as long as she keeps the stimulation going, the fluid will usually keep coming (though it might not be a wise idea to go for too long, least you become dehydrated!). Many women find orgasms that include ejaculation to be much more intense than their normal orgasms. 

Being too self conscious about it may also prevent women from being able to ejaculate, particularly while having sex with a partner. Many women may be afraid that it will “gross out” their partner, or that their partner will think that it is urine. This shouldn’t be an issue, as many men find this phenomenon particularly sexy and studies have shown that it has a completely different composition than urine. It is best to talk about it with your partner if you’re not sure what he might think. It might also be more difficult for women if they feel pressured into doing it or if they are trying too hard to ejaculate for their man. It is best to just let it come naturally if it is to happen at all.  

Most women are probably capable of female ejaculation, though only a fraction of them ever experience it. If it is something you are interested in, you can explore it on your own or with a partner. There is no reason to feel self-conscious or embarrassed about it, as it is something that happens naturally. 

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