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September 11, 2014

How Much Do You Know About Female Ejaculation?

The Female Holy Grail!

For many men, female ejaculation is a mystery of the female body that they would love to discover – much like the quest for the Holy Grail. However, most women don't openly share the details regarding their experiences with ejaculation – which means that men and women are often left in the dark (not in the good way).

We think it's time for the female species to embrace this totally natural sexual response.

Nothing is sexier than uninhibited sexual fulfilment, so push your fears aside and start exploring! Female ejaculation should be treated with as much reverence as male ejaculation - another natural wonder! Take our true or false quiz below to find out how knowledgeable you are on female ejaculation.

While you expand your understanding of sexual wellness, you'll learn some info that will make female ejaculation less of a mystery and more of a pleasurable phenomenon.

True or false:

Similarly to males, females have a prostate gland.

True.

Who knew? Like men, women have a prostate gland. It surrounds the urethra and for some women it is closer to the opening while for others, the prostate is closer to the bladder. The female prostate produces and stores prostatic fluid (prostate-specific antigens and acid) and also secretes the feel-good hormone, serotonin.

All women produce ejaculate.

True.

You won't make him pregnant though, we promise! All women produce a small amount of ejaculate in the prostate gland. The difference is that for some women, the negligible amount of ejaculate goes unnoticed as it mixes with other bodily fluids whereas other women experience a gush of fluid during sexual activities. Also, depending on a woman's anatomy, the amount of pressure on the vaginal wall (which presses into the prostate) during arousal and stimulation may cause the body to expel more or less ejaculate. 

Female ejaculation is rare and abnormal.

False.

There's something your girlfriends aren't telling you. Up to 35-50% of women report that they have experienced the gushing of fluid during orgasm at some point during their sexual activity. 43% of women report that they have experienced female ejaculation during masturbation.

What women eat and drink is likely to effect their ejaculate.

True.

What you eat and how much fluid you drink has an effect on ejaculation. Female ejaculation can be clear and odourless or it can be viscous and pungent. It's also not the same for every woman, every time. Female ejaculate will vary over time and even in a single sexual encounter.

Female ejaculation comes from the vagina.

False.

Sometimes all of the fluid emitted from a woman’s urethra is from the female prostate, in other cases is a mixture of fluid from the female prostate and bladder. Some of the confusion lies in the fact that the urethra, prostate, bladder and vagina are actually one entity. When the vagina is stimulated, the surrounding areas like the prostate (which produces female ejaculation) becomes aroused and engorged with blood as well and its secretions mix with other sexual fluids.

Female ejaculation is the same as urination.

False.

Many women are petrified that they may spring a leak of the not-so-sexy kind – fear not. Female ejaculation is not the same as urine. Like urine, female ejaculation contains urea and creatinine, but it's in much smaller concentrations than regular urine.

Women have control over their ejaculation.

False.

Just go with it. Female ejaculation is an involuntary response to stimulation. Unlike men, who can take measures to control their ejaculation, there is very little women can do to influence the release of ejaculate. Some women are prone to this occurrence while others are simply not. Either way, understanding how your body works will only serve to improve your sexual health and increase enjoyment.

Females only ejaculate when experiencing G-spot orgasm.

False.

While the G-spot is a sensitive area within the prostate - and the prostate produces female ejaculate - it is possible to ejaculate without G-spot stimulation. Ejaculate is usually the result of G-spot orgasms but some women come during sexual arousal without any orgasm. 

How to Experience Liquid Lovin'

Now that you know all about female ejaculation, you may be wondering how to experience it for yourself.

Exploring female ejaculation via G-spot stimulation is a good place to begin. Try internal stimulation by combining a come-hither motion with rhythmic massage from a finger, penis or G-spot friendly sex toy.

It can take some time to find the correct angle and the right amount of pressure to locate and connect with the G-Spot. Learning how to experience vaginal orgasms that are accompanied by female ejaculation requires patience and practice. Also bear in mind that not all women experience female ejaculation – just enjoy the ride and free your body of inhibitions. 

This article was first published for All4Women.co.za

 



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