As it is understood today, female ejaculation is the sudden squirting or gushing of ejaculate fluids from the vaginal area. These fluids are different from vaginal lubrication fluids.
It can occur before or during an orgasm. Female ejaculate is produced from the para-urethral glands, also called the Skene’s glands which are tiny structures that are near the female urethra. The Skene’s glands are also called the female prostate.
Female Ejaculate Fluid
Many women think that urine is being released when this happens but this is not the case. The fluids are usually clear and not like urine at all. The emitted fluid is much like male ejaculate, except it does not contain any sperm. Studies have shown that the female ejaculate fluid contains prostatic acid phosphatase, prostate-specific antigen, as well as some glucose. It is important to note that since female ejaculate comes out of the urethra, it is not unusual if a little urine comes out before the ejaculate is released.
The G-spot and Female Ejaculation
The G-spot is very important in regards to ejaculation for women. In fact, a woman’s G-spot is located practically in the same area (but on another wall) as a man’s prostate. Because the female ejaculate fluid usually occurs from G-spot stimulation, comparing the two really does make sense.
How Women Achieve Ejaculation
First of all, the woman needs to have an empty bladder to be reassured she will not leak any urine. The woman needs to be very sexually aroused and then her partner needs to find her G-spot. Clitoral stimulation is also important too. The G-spot tissue feels different from the vaginal wall tissue. It may feel raised or a bit rough. It is much easier to find when the woman is very aroused because the G-spot will swell up with blood and fluid.
Next, push on the G-spot and start to stimulate it. The woman’s partner can use two fingers or a firm sex toy that has a curved end. Some men are able to do this with their penis, but it does take some practice. Apply even pressure on the G-spot. The woman may feel like she has to urinate, but if her bladder is empty this will not happen. Keep the stimulation going because it will build-up and become a very intense sexual feeling for the woman.
It is important for the woman to be relaxed and open to the experience. It helps if the woman pushes with her pelvic floor muscles if she feels she is close because this will help to push the female ejaculate out. Female ejaculation can happen right before a woman’s orgasm or during it. Once the woman begins to ejaculate, the clear fluid could sprinkle or squirt from her urethra.
Female squirting or ejaculating can be messy so it is a good idea to keep a towel next to the bed. Some women have been known to ejaculate up to several teaspoons of fluid while others can ejaculate up to a half a cup of fluid. An important point to keep in mind is that women may have to practice more than once to achieve female ejaculation. So it is essential that there is no pressure for this to occur the first time a couple tries to make it happen.
Can All Women Achieve This?
There are no conclusive studies that prove all women can achieve female squirting or ejaculation. A few studies have shown that it is not very common. Some women can experience it quite often, while others only experience it once. The important point for women to realize is, that ejaculation is not unusual or strange at all.