ejaculation remains something of a mystery In an age where sexuality
is researched and discussed everywhere in great detail. Despite popping
up occasionally in medical literature dating right back to Aristotle,
it was only officially described and recognised by Western medicine
in 1980. Even today, some doubt its existence.
Rest assured, female
ejaculation is real, although it seems that not every woman is capable
of achieving it, and the actual "ejaculate" varies from
person to person. Some women only produce a few drops, others, more
than a few tablespoons.
When an ejaculating
woman's G spot is stimulated (scroll down to learn more about the
G Spot) to the point of orgasm, a milky, odourless, thin liquid
shoots out of her urethra, sometimes in copious quantity and over
relatively large distances - thus the name. This liquid has been
found to be very similar to male prostate liquid, and is secreted
by the Skene's glands, which flank both sides of the urethra. The
liquid is NOT urine. We know this because when a woman has an orgasm,
the pubococcygeus muscle contracts, stopping any flow of urine that
may want to occur. So it's normally not possible to urinate during
Women who can ejaculate
describe the feelings immediately beforehand as being similar to
the desire to urinate. Apparently the secret to successful ejaculation
is ignoring the urge to "close off in case of accidents"
and, instead going with the flow. When ejaculation accompanies an
orgasm, the sensation is said to be far more intense than a regular
Doctors have not been
able to give any explanation for female ejaculation, other than
it being purely for pleasure. Research is still going on into what
exactly happens during ejaculation.
The G Spot
The G Spot was named
by John Perry and Beverley Whipple in their 1982 book The G Spot
and Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality. They named
the area after Dr Ernst Grafenberg, a German doctor who first described
it in 1950 (although, as with most aspects of female sexuality,
it had been "discovered" earlier and then ignored).
The G Spot is an area
on the anterior (front) wall of the vagina about two inches from
the entrance. This area, directly behind the clitoris and along
the urethra, becomes enlarged when stimulated. It can be felt as
a raised area on the vaginal wall.
Most sex manuals recommend
manual stimulation of the G Spot via the insertion of a finger up
to the second knuckle, and the movement of the finger back and forward
in a "come hither" motion. As mentioned above, many women
develop the urge to urinate when the G spot is stimulated. It's
a good idea to empty the bladder before trying this. Short fingernails
and good lubrication are also recommended.
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