The Interesting Phenomenon Of Female Ejaculation

The Interesting Phenomenon Of Female Ejaculation

Elusive and magical, female ejaculation has always been a mystery for both women and men. While achieving an orgasm for most guys is often attainable; according to research, only 1 out of 3 women experience an orgasm. If you are one of the few who can orgasm or have always been curious on how to achieve your own orgasm, here is an informative guide that can help you reach a climatic sexual experience time and time again.

What is female ejaculation?

Distinctly different from normal vaginal fluid which can vary in colour, taste, smell, and consistency depending on menstrual cycle, hormone levels, etc.; female ejaculation resembles a watery type of fluid that is only present after sexual arousal. Also known as gushing or squirting, female ejaculation is a clear fluid that shoots out of the vagina during sex as she orgasms. One study reported that this fluid is actually urine; while another report by News Scientist, published an analysis that this fluid actually contains a natural chemical called prostate-specific antigen (PSA). These tiny structures are located near the opening of the urethra (the urinary pipe) and come from structures called Skene’s glands which are the equivalent of a male’s prostate, although the size and shape differ.

Is female ejaculation tied with the G-spot?

Known as an erotic zone, the g-spot is located at the roof of the vagina and is connected to the urethra. While stimulating the g-spot can provide intense sexual pleasure, there is no clear evidence that applying pressure to this area can produce the gushing sensation that only a few experience. However, if you and your partner are looking to experience a powerful climax, using a vibrator can help further stimulate the G-spot.

Can every women experience it?

While all women have the Skenes glands which help produce the fluid, most women can cut their experience short during sex by unknowingly clenching down on their PC muscles. Whether it’s the fear of urinating on their partner or the unfamiliarity of the sensation, the inability to relax can prevent the release of female ejaculation. For some, their partner may not be sexually reaching the spot for them to release. Whatever it is, if you are interested in experiencing this unique sexual release, relax your fears and completely surrender to the moment.

How can I increase my chances to experience female ejaculation?

1. Strengthen your pelvic muscles: Being able to contract and release these muscles can help encourage female ejaculation during sex.

2. Add clitoral stimulation: Multiple stimulation to this area can help increase arousal making your body more prone to orgasm. To help achieve this, add a personal lubricant or a flavoured lube to the area for a heightened sensation.

3. Urinate before sex: Emptying your bladder before sex not only makes your more comfortable but it can reduce your anxiety levels.

4. Push down when you are about to orgasm: When you are on the brink of an orgasm, your body will normally want to stop this feeling, don’t give in! Stopping any flow of fluid can hinder your orgasm and your experience.

Known as an erotic zone, the g-spot is located at the roof of the vagina and is connected to the urthera.