The sensation women experience while having a wet orgasm is frequently described as warm and intense and often accompanied by clitoral and vaginal contractions. Why haven’t we all turned into cum-gushing fountains?
Not all women are able to experience female ejaculation as examinations have shown that women’s prostates are not always locatable, active, or even present.
The glands responsible for producing female ejaculate are nearly invisible without dissection and rarely palpable to touch so the only way for a woman to know she can ejaculate is to achieve it.
So, find those ecstasy buttons by familiarizing yourselves with the female reproductive anatomy through these cool 3D graphics.
There are probably also more women squirting than we realize. As a society, the discussion and exploration of women’s sexuality has been repressed for centuries. Scientists still have many mysteries to solve regarding female arousal.
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.
QUESTION: 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?
ANSWER: You should relax.
I’m not saying that you’ll squirt the next time you fuck your boyfriend but if you can just relax you’ll get there sooner if you take the pressure off youself.
Let’s remember why you weren’t squirting with the boyfriend. You were worried that he might react negatively or think it was gross.
Not squirting was something you were doing for him. Now that you know he’s into it, you want to squirt for him.
Stop thinking about him and start thinking about yourself.
You trained your body not to come when you were with your boyfriend, and it’s going to take some time to undo that training. But if you can squirt when you masturbate alone you can squirt with your boyfriend.
Here’s how you can get there. Masturbate with your boyfriend in the house but not in your room. Then do it with him in the room but not in the bed with you.
You could even put a blindfold on him if you’re that self-conscious. Then masturbate with him in the bed with you blindfolded.
Then masturbate with him in the bed with you not blindfolded. Then masturbate with him in the bed and not blindfolded and touching you, then with him in the bed holding you, then with him in the bed helping you.
Relax, enjoy, have fun, and you’ll get there.
OMG! I’ve Wet Myself
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.’