10 Responses to What You Never Knew About Female Ejaculation?

  1. Farida Ali says:

    i miss getting g-spot for myself. my husband is bad lover. i suggest you this. i read a lot about sex so know few things. this is advice to all husband who dont know well. Well, i don’t know much, but i’m pretty sure that this method will work. The major point that starts the G-spot. The g-spot can be found by inserting your finger about an inch into her vagina. The G-Spot is an enlarged area. Start off by getting warmed up with some foreplay. if you use your tongue to stimulate her clitoris and stimulate her nipples with your hand, that should warm her up well. Now, to stimulate the g-Spot you should stick two fingers into her well lubricated vagina and rub her G-Spot. pray to god that my husband also make love to me like other do.

  2. Hyacinth Brewer says:

    i dont think it is that common as shown in adult movies. i tried it many times when my bf insisted it never worked for me.

  3. Rosalinda El-shaarawi says:

    I dont know but i always urinate after sex. its not controlled by me thats why we use plastic sheet but the sound of sheet is no-turner.

  4. Gwyane says:

    Yes I agree with this post. Its definitely not urine as one of my friends told me some time back. Urine that gushes out during squirting passes through the urethra and can pick up some fluid secreted from the periurethral glands, which is why it often is found to have PSA. But that doesn’t mean it’s not urine. It has been confirmed both by chemical analysis and by ultrasound that the fluid that comes out during squirting is urine from the bladder. Female ejaculation doesn’t have any of the urea, creatinine, or uric acid found in urine.

  5. Yolanda Schluter says:

    OK, so I had sex with my boyfriend, two weeks ago, and I squirted everywhere… I didn’t even know I did it, he just said .. no that wasn’t me. ahh! it was so embarrassing, after reading stuff on the net, I realize it was female ejaculation. OK so, now I’ve had sex a few more times since then, and it seems I’m doing it every time! It makes a mess everywhere, and my boyfriend is grossed out by it, which is making me really self conscious. I went to the doctors because I feel like something is wrong with me. She said everything is fine with me… no infection, nothing.! On the internet, it seems guys really like it, and some women want to know how to do it. I read somewhere, that once you learn how to do it, you can’t “un-learn”.. well this makes me want to cry right now. I don’t want to do it! Esp, if my man is grossed out! It makes a mess everywhere, I hate this. My orgasms, aren’t any different, so what’s the deal? help me, I want to stop this right away. It’s going to make me not want to have sex, and I love my boyfriend… please any advice.. thanks

  6. Quiana Casper says:

    Good article indeed. I had part time stint in porn and know how porn movies fake it. Do not believe them. yes we do ejaculate but not so regularly as shown in porns. Ejaculation comes from the parurethral glands located in the paraurethral sponge that surrounds the urethra – thus ejaculate comes from the urethra. The fluid is glandular in fluid so more like water, it can some out as a small trickle or a big ‘squirt’ – in porn this is often faked by good camera angles and a hose, or asking the woman to urinate instead. Some people do argue that female ejaculate is urine but this isn’t the case, the paraurethral sponge is erectile tissue so when aroused it closes off the urethra from the bladder (you may notice when aroused or after sex it’s more difficult to urinate, this is why), the fluid has some similarities to urine but is different to urine. I tasted both sides so can tell it can be urine or vagina nectar but real squirts tastes different.

  7. Jannet Mccarty says:

    I have a question about female ejaculation (gushing/squirting)? Do women ejaculate when they’re having a g-spot orgasm, before or after? I can have g-spot orgasms but they aren’t usually accompanied with gushing (I gush not squirt). When I was younger I used to think I peed on myself but I noticed later that it’s not pee. The ejaculation seems totally random, I don’t even know when it’s going to happen. It seems to happen the most when I’m getting a combined clitoral and g-spot orgasm… I’m trying to get over the idea that it’s NOT pee but I keep thinking it’s pee and that’s why I don’t ejaculate as often as I could.

  8. Kimberly Balshaw says:

    Every woman can ejaculate, it’s an extra surge of fluid that can either be a small trickle or large spray that can happen before, during or after orgasm. A lot of women think they cannot ejaculate, often they do without realizing as only a small trickle can just feel like a change in wetness and wet patch on the bed, when the term ‘ejaculate’ suggests some raging geyser so they expect something more spectacular. Ejaculation feels like a need to pee during sex, some women when they get this feeling they stop focusing on pleasure and start trying to hold in the pee, it ruins pleasurable sex and stops them ejaculating which was possibly something they were trying to achieve. For women who want to ejaculate g-spot stimulation is often the best way to achieve ejaculation as this is the area of the urethral sponge so will make the area swell, but everyone has their own special way of responding to stimulation – it’s fun to keep trying if initial attempts don’t work. Female ejaculate wasn’t known about until fairly recently, some people still deny it’s existence, and because female ejaculate comes from the urethra, the same place as urine, then a lot of people wrongly think it is urine – note women like men cannot pee easily when sexually aroused. Female ejaculate comes from the urethra sponge or specifically the paraurethral glands surrounding the urethra, the fluid is glandular in nature, what research has been done agrees that female ejaculate is not urine because it does not come from the bladder, but exactly what it is like is clear – it is clear, with no scent or a musky smell, and it can taste salty. I know I have ejaculated at least once, I trickle rather than squirt, the fluid was clear, musky and felt a little oily, I can also say I wish I had let go and enjoyed it earlier as the orgasms that accompany ejaculation are deeper and more powerful. The orgasm was so powerful I hadn’t realized I had ejaculated, my boyfriend however confirmed this as he was soaked. I slept with a woman once who ejaculated what seemed like huge amounts like a fountain that occurred with little stimulation, according to her female ejaculation is more widely experienced in the lesbian world. This suggests to me a need for more communication within heterosexual couples to help women reach ejaculation – that’s not an anti-male comment, more a comment against social taboos and self-esteem issues that restrict women’s sexuality, and the poor level of sex education in schools which teaches us biology but not how to have sex.

  9. Aaliyah Ahmedi says:

    What does woman ejaculation taste like? Can I make my husband taste it? if the taste is better than my vaginal fluid..may be then he starts licking me more.

  10. Salma says:

    hi, wow very good information.I had never heard this before. This seems to be giving loads of pleasure. I will definitely try to explore this factor. Thanks a lot healthise, you rock.

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