Female ejaculation is it truth or myth? Most women have never experienced ejaculation but for those who have, the answers are quite similar, “It’s a clear wet liquid that squirts out from the vagina”. This article will shed light on this amazing function of the female body.
The four main ingredients of female ejaculating fluid are Glucose, prostatic acid phosphatase (similar to male semen), urea and creatinine. Urea and creatinine are found in urine but are in lower levels than in urine. In some women the ejaculate is more like urine and in others more like a prostate fluid. I will feel safe stating that it’s a little of both. Ejaculating fluid can range from a few drops to a shower of it.
There are several theories on where the ejaculate comes from. The one that is agreed upon the most is that the female ejaculation comes from the G-spot Stimulation. When you stimulate the G-spot over a period of time, the spongy tissue that creates this area fills with fluid. Where the fluid ejaculates from appears to come out of the urethra and/or nearby Skene’s Gland so it might feel a little bit like urine.
You might ask how do I learn to ejaculate. Well, you should work towards it a little at a time but don’t harp on doing it. It is not known whether all woman are able to ejaculate, but keep trying once in a while.
Some people relish ‘golden showers’ (the fetish of urinating on, or being urinated on). Many people don’t feel comfortable enough to risk urinating on or around their partner. Female ejaculation or ‘squirting’ when woman orgasms might feel like you’re urinating on your partner but you most understand the human body and that what you might think is urine is really female ejaculate fluid. Some great places to try this out include the shower, bathtub or on top of blankets. So have fun guys and enjoy what could be a unique experience for the both of you.