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Let’s Go Naked

Girls Can Ejaculate Too. She’s a Squirter. Emo Ados.
Teenage Stereotypes. Fucking Nubile. Pure Nakedness.

If a girl’s urge to urinate during intercourse
might be a precursor to female ejaculation,
we’ll lay out explanations for the feeling.

We’ll discuss the possibility that the girl
was getting some really good G-spot
stimulation and in fact verging on ejaculation.

She’s a Squirter

The magnificent and rarely seen art of female ejaculation.
It can result in a spurt of bitch juice, often mistaken
for urine but curiously smells of rose water.

The first time it happened, I was petrified.
‘I’ve just wet myself’, I thought, panicking.

I was having sex with my boyfriend of six months
He was giving me oral sex while massaging my
G-spot with his finger.

As the liquid gushed out from between my
legs, I gasped, and looked down in horror.
‘Oh, my God, I’m so sorry,’ I said.

‘Don’t worry,’ he said. ‘You’ve just ejaculated.’

35–50% of women report that they have at some time
experienced the gushing of fluid during orgasm.

Reports on the volume of fluid expelled vary
considerably, starting from amounts that would
be imperceptible to a woman, to values of 1–5 ml.

She’s a Squirter

The suggestion that women can expel fluid
from their genital area is one of the most
hotly debated questions in modern sexology.

Female ejaculation has been discussed in
anatomical, medical, and biological literature
throughout recorded history.

The dichotomy between the interest devoted to female
ejaculation and the basic acceptance of its male
counterpart has been questioned by feminist writers.

I Can’t Squirt with My Boyfriend

I’m a girl and I’m stuck. My boyfriend
and I have been dating for nine months,
and I only recently told him I can squirt.

When we had sex before, I would tell
him to stop before I came because
I didn’t want to squirt.

Now that he knows, he thinks it’s really
hot that I can and wants me to do it.

But I can’t seem to get to that point anymore.
I have a vibrator, and when I masturbate,
I can squirt with no problem.

But even with me, or him, stimulating my clit
while having sex, I just can’t do it and
I don’t know why. What should I do?

Beautiful Lesbians Squirt Orgasm

Writers dating back to the ancient Romans reported that women produce a thin fluid that “flows when they experience the greatest pleasure.”

The Kama Sutra and centuries-old Japanese erotic works also mention fluid issuing from women’s genitals during orgasm.

But Alfred Kinsey, the first American sex researcher, and Masters and Johnson, the inventors of sex therapy, dismissed female ejaculation as simply extra-copious vaginal lubrication.

But such dismissals do not ring true for many women who notice that they release fluid on orgasm. Some feel embarrassed about “peeing” when they climax. Others realize that the fluid neither looks nor smells like urine.

Then there’s the G-spot, the area of sexual sensitivity that most women feel when fingers or a sex toy press on the front wall of the vagina, about two inches in from the vaginal opening. Vigorous G-spot stimulation increased the likelihood of female ejaculation on orgasm.

A woman’s isn’t urine but a combination of secretions from the paraurethral glands that chemically resemble prostate secretions in men. But how could women produce prostate fluid when they have no prostate?

Women Have a Prostate

• Microscopic studies of the Skene’s glands show cells that secrete fluid.

• Women produce prostate-specific antigen (PSA), a compound unique to the prostate gland. If women produce PSA, they must have tissue analogous to the male prostate.

• Enzymes characteristic of the male prostate are also found in the Skene’s glands.

• When men develop prostate cancer, PSA levels rise. When women develop cancer of the Skene’s glands, their PSA levels rise.

• Tumors of the Skene’s glands contain cells very similar to those found in prostate tumors in men.

Many scientists agree that the Skene’s glands are the female prostate. The term Skene’s glands should be dropped in favor of female prostate. He insists that female ejaculate is analogous to male semen.

The Remaining Mystery

Virtually every healthy man who has a prostate produces prostate fluid. But only a fraction—10 to 50 percent—of women ejaculate. If women have a fluid-producing prostate gland, why don’t they all ejaculate? Currently, no one knows.

It’s possible that most or all women do ejaculate, but that studies to date have not been sophisticated enough to document it. It’s also possible that for reasons that remain unclear, some women don’t ejaculate.

If kids are starting to use their bodies sexually,
they should know about their potential. It’s alright
that boys ejaculate, that’s totally normalized.

Wet dreams have been standard fare for middle-school
health class for decades. But girls will think
they’re peeing themselves, and it’s really shameful.

Emo Adolescents

Teenage Fashion & Stereotype

Today Emo is commonly tied to both music and fashion as well as the emo subculture.

Usually among teens, the term “emo” is stereotyped with wearing slim-fit jeans, sometimes in bright colors, and tight T-shirts (usually short-sleeved) which often bear the names of emo bands.

Studded belts and black wristbands are common accessories in emo fashion. Some males also wear thick, black horn-rimmed glasses.

The emo fashion is also recognized for its hairstyles. Popular looks include long side-swept bangs, sometimes covering one or both eyes.

Also popular is hair that is straightened and dyed black. Bright colors, such as blue, pink, red, or bleached blond, are also typical as highlights in emo hairstyles. Short, choppy layers of hair are also common.

This fashion has at times been characterized as a fad. In the early 2000s, emo fashion was associated with a clean cut look, but as the style spread to younger teenagers, the style has become darker, with long bangs and emphasis on the color black replacing sweater vests.

Emo has been associated with a stereotype that includes being particularly emotional, sensitive, shy, introverted, or angst-ridden. It has also been associated with depression, self-injury, and suicide.

Fucking Nubile

Pure Nakedness

Can going naked be good for you?

Those of us who go naked at home,
in the office or naked in public
are more likely to be happier not
just with our bodies, but also
with our lives more generally.

Pure Nakedness from stop[gap] on Vimeo.

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