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What Is Female Ejaculation?

Posted Dec 10 2009 6:00am
Female ejaculation is referenced in many books on sex, including the Kama Sutra, and is a prevalent part of Tantric sex. You may have wondered, just what is female ejaculation? Can women really ejaculate? How does it happen? Here’s the truth about female ejaculation.

 

What Is Female Ejaculation?

Female ejaculation refers to a woman ejaculating a fluid from her vagina when she is sexually aroused or having an orgasm, much in the same way a man ejaculates semen from his penis during an orgasm. In many cultures, including cultures that regularly practice tantric sex, female ejaculation is considered the “holy grail” of all sexual acts. Some cultures believe that female ejaculate has incredible healing properties.

Can Women Really Ejaculate? Is It Just Pee?

Women can ejaculate a from their urethra (the tube that urine comes from) by secreting a special fluid from glands inside the urethra called Skene’s glands. Some scientists believe that female ejaculation is referring to urinary stress incontinence, or the accidental spill of urine during an orgasm, rather than an actual ejaculation. However, this special fluid has been tested in many women and results show that this fluid is in fact, not urine and doesn’t contain any urine within it. That is not to say, however, that all fluid expelled from a woman’s vulva during an orgasm is ejaculate. Many women do have urinary incontinence during sex, but this is separate from female ejaculate. Female ejaculate is generally clear, watery in consistency and has no odor. This special fluid is also not a form of natural vaginal lubrication, as the fluid is released from the urethra and not the vaginal canal. It also is released at the climax of sex rather than at the beginning and serves no purpose in lubrication.

How Can A Woman Ejaculate?

For a woman to ejaculate, she must be extremely aroused and relaxed. Not every woman can ejaculate, regardless of sexual stimulation, but many can. Female ejaculation generally results from intense g-spot arousal, but sometimes can result from clitoral stimulation as well. If a woman has a clitoral, she is more likely to ejaculate during climax. The amount of fluid a woman can ejaculate during an orgasm differs from person to person as well as from orgasm to orgasm. Some women may be ejaculating during sex without even knowing it because the amount of fluid expelled is unnoticeable. Other women seem to gush out copious amounts of fluid during ejaculation, and while it appears like a great deal of fluid at first, the truth is that only a few tablespoons of fluid are actually expelled.

Can women who don’t know how to ejaculate during an orgasm learn? Or is it something that comes naturally? There are still many questions about female ejaculation that haven’t been answered yet, but one thing is for certain – many men and women find that female ejaculation is an incredible turn on! If you are able to ejaculate during sex, don’t hide  it – embrace it!


 

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