Yes It’s Real: The Truth About Female Ejaculation

Written by on December 18, 2017 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 4 Comments

sensual woman on bedBy Ava |

Scientists all over the world are squinting down at their clipboards, punching their calculators, and pushing up their glasses as they sigh with frustration. They stay up nights, tossing in their beds, wondering ‘What is female ejaculate? Is it even real?’’

C’mon guys—why is this still such a hotly debated topic? Surely if we can cure major ailments (like the Black Plague) we can certainly figure out the who/what/when/where and why of female ejaculation. Rest assured, the squirt is very real—and I’m not referring to the soda. 

Although modern science may not yet know exactly yet how female ejaculation happens, women who experience it, and the intense orgasms that usually accompany it, are only too happy to conduct their own experiments and direct their lab partners with cries of, “Oh, yes, don’t stop—right there—THERE!”

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The most common misconception about squirting is that the gushing fluid that spews like the Hoover Dam from between your legs during orgasm is not really ejaculate, it’s—eeww—urine! (Or in your case ‘unprocessed urine.’) This theory is completely inaccurate. While female ejaculate does comes from the paraurethral ducts, around the urethra, its chemical composition resembles nothing that of urine. 

The first time a woman squirts, the experience can make her believe that it’s urine due to the large amount of hot fluid being suddenly discharged out of the urethra. Unless your partner enjoys the occasional golden shower, this can be offputting until you take a closer look at what is happening. The difference between female ejaculation juice and urine is vast. As opposed to the yellow-tinged, funky-smelling urine, female ejaculate looks more like a very diluted version of condensed milk. 

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The incredible researchers that dare to explore the female ejaculation frontier have stated that this fluid is produced by the Skene’s glands, located near a woman’s urethra and made of something similar to a man’s prostate gland. A chemical analysis reveals the presence of high level of prostatic acid phosphatase—basically it’s semen without the sperm. This ‘shemen’ is generally milky to clear and is nearly odorless, therefore nothing gross or disgusting there.

Another reason behind the confusion of female ejaculation is that some women feel the urge to urinate right before they squirt. As the body relaxes just before climax, the entire pelvic floor can feel a surge of delightful sensations. Ultimately, it’s the pressure that creates that urge feeling. But once again, it’s kind of one of those things that science can’t really explain.

However, experts in the field of orgasm research (yes, they do exist) believe that the clitoris is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to female ejaculation.  No — it probably hasn’t sunk any ships lately, but when it’s really examined, the clitoris is a lot bigger inside. It has roots — and those roots can be stimulated internally. Yes, by golly — we’re headed straight for the G-Spot — the mastermind of the squirt.

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  1.' Suny Leone Online says:

    anyone love this post as much as i do ?

  2.' Manuel Morales Estrada says:

    This is quite awkward

    •' Jose Klatter says:

      Perhaps because you are not sure about your own sexuality? It is just human sexuality made taboo on purpose. Sexuality is supposed to liberate us, not imprison us to myths and falsehoods.

  3.' Anthony Pero says:

    Sometimes they pose these amazing articles, and then sometimes they post things like this…

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