Female Ejaculation..

This is how my pussy squirts, and if I am peeing all over why the fuck do you Care???

What is female ejaculation?
Female ejaculation is when a female’s urethra expels fluid during sex. It can happen when a female becomes sexually aroused, but there is not necessarily an association with having an orgasm.

Scientists do not fully understand female ejaculation, and there is limited research on how it works and its purpose. Female ejaculation is perfectly normal, although researchers remain divided on how many people experience it.

In this article, we look at the current thinking on the mechanisms, purpose, and frequency of female ejaculation.

What is it?
Female ejaculation can occur due to sexual arousal.
Female ejaculation refers to the expulsion of fluid from a female’s urethra during orgasm or sexual arousal. The urethra is the duct that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body.

There are two different types of female ejaculate:

Squirting fluid. This fluid is usually colorless and odorless, and it occurs in large quantities.
Ejaculate fluid. This type more closely resembles male semen. It is typically thick and appears milky.
Analysis has shown that the fluid contains prostatic acid phosphatase (PSA). PSA is an enzyme present in male semen that helps sperm motility.

In addition, female ejaculate usually contains fructose, which is a form of sugar. Fructose is also generally present in male semen where it acts as an energy source for sperm.

Experts believe that the PSA and fructose present in the fluid come from the Skene’s glands. Other names for these glands include the paraurethral glands, Garter’s duct, and female prostate.

Skene’s glands sit on the front, inside wall of the vagina near the G-spot. Researchers believe that stimulation causes these glands to produce PSA and fructose, which then move into the urethra.

Is it real?
For many years, scientists thought that females who ejaculated during sex were experiencing continence problems. Research has since disproved this idea and confirmed the existence of female ejaculation.

A 2014 study found that the fluid accumulates in the bladder during arousal and leaves through the urethra during ejaculation. Seven women who reported experiencing female ejaculation during sex took part in the trial.

First, the researchers used ultrasound exams to confirm that the participants’ bladders were empty. The women then stimulated themselves until they ejaculated while the researchers continued to monitor them using ultrasounds.

The study found that all the women started with an empty bladder, which began to fill during arousal. The post-ejaculation scans revealed that the participants’ bladders were empty again.

Is it normal and how common is it?
Female ejaculation is perfectly normal, yet people do not discuss it very often. According to the International Society for Sexual Medicine, different estimates suggest that between 10 and 50 percent of women ejaculate during sex.

Some experts believe that all women experience ejaculation, but that many do not notice. It is possible that they are not aware of it because the fluid can flow backward into the bladder rather than leaving the body.

In an older study that involved 233 women, 14 percent of participants reported that they ejaculated with all or most orgasms, while 54 percent said that they had experienced it at least once.

When the researchers compared urine samples from before and after orgasm, they found more PSA in the latter. They concluded that all females create ejaculate but do not always expel it. Instead, the ejaculate sometimes returns to the bladder, which then passes it during urination.

What is known is that the experience of female ejaculation, including the feeling, triggers, and amount of ejaculate, varies considerably from person to person.

Are there any health benefits?
Health benefits of sex include relieving stress.
There is no evidence that female ejaculation has any health benefits. However, research has found sex itself to offer several benefits.

During orgasm, the body releases pain-relieving hormones that can help with back and leg pain, headaches, and menstrual cramps.

Immediately after climaxing, the body releases hormones that promote restful sleep. These hormones include prolactin and oxytocin.

Other health benefits include:

relieving stress
boosting the immune system
protecting against heart disease
lowering blood pressure

Connection to the menstrual cycle
It is not clear whether or not there is a link between female ejaculation and the menstrual cycle.

Some women say that they are more likely to ejaculate after ovulating and before menstruating, while others do not see a connection. More research is necessary to confirm or refute this association.

Connection to pregnancy
Some scientists believe that female ejaculate plays a role in pregnancy. They think this because the fluid contains PSA and fructose, which help sperm on their journey toward an unfertilized egg.

Others dispute this theory, however. They argue that ejaculate usually contains urine, which can kill sperm. They also say that it is not easy for the fluid to travel from the urethra to the vagina, where it would need to be to play a role in pregnancy.

Female ejaculation is perfectly normal, and research suggests that it may be common despite people rarely discussing it.

Scientists do not fully understand the biological purpose of female ejaculation or how it works.

The experience of females who have ejaculated during sex varies considerably.

Last medically reviewed on January 20, 2020
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  • This idea of “squirting” being ejaculate from the Skene’s glands or other lower genital tract glands has long bothered me as the Skene’s glands are tiny, about the size of a pea, and are just not physiologically capable of producing any more than a few milliliters of fluid at best. Keep in mind the male prostate is about the size of a walnut, so much larger than Skene’s glands, and only produces 3-5 ml of ejaculate. In fact there is no single gland in the genital tract capable of producing 15 mls or more of fluid in a short period of time never mind 100 mls. In fact, I’m not sure there is any single gland (or a pair of glands) anywhere in the body capable of churning out 100 ml of liquid in an hour or less.

  • This new study, The Nature and Original of “Squirting” in Female Sexuality in the Journal of Sexual Medicine evaluated seven healthy women who reported female ejaculation or “squirting”, i.e. the emission of a large amount of fluid during orgasm. They were screened to make sure they did not have a history of incontinence. The women then emptied their bladders, were stimulated to orgasm either by themselves (2 women) with a toy or with a sex partner (5 women, male partners used condoms to prevent fluid contamination) and a variety of measurements were obtained:

    Amount of urine in the bladder at baseline, while aroused, and after orgasm (measured by ultrasound)
    Urine was collected and analyzed before stimulation and after orgasm
    The “squirted” fluid was analyzed
    Urine and squirted fluid was analyzed for chemicals (BUN, creatinine, uric acid, and prostate specific antigen or PSA) to determine whether the fluid was urine or from a gland like the Skene’s.

  • So what did the researchers find? In these women who reported “squirting” their bladders filled remarkably fast during sexual stimulation and so contained urine pre orgasm/”squirting” and was empty after “squirting.” Biochemically the fluid retrieved from “squirting” was urine although small amounts of PSA were detected meaning a small amount of fluid may come from the Skene’s glands. This finding is expected because the glands are mechanically stimulated during arousal and/or because they secrete small amounts of fluid during excitement and possibly orgasm.

    An empty bladder before sex that fills during arousal and is then empty after “squirting,” in addition to the biochemical analysis, confirms the fluid is urine. This is not surprising given there is no gland that can produce a large amount of fluid in the area and the stimulation of sexual activity combined with the pelvic floor muscle contractions of orgasm could cause the bladder to empty involuntarily. Whether women who report “squirting” actually have an incontinence issue or whether the have stronger pelvic floor contractions is unknown.

  • You women must be white
    That mess sound ugly and disgusting
    I hate that tulip thing down below
    Fix it. Its ugly

  • My wife has a very big vagina, her clitoris is very large, she has big lips that hang down past her outer labia. I think because she has a large clitoris and a loose vagina, she can have multiple orgasms and ejaculate almost every time I massage her G spot. She has to drink a lot of water before if she wants to ejaculate during sex. She also drinks a lot of water after she ejaculates or she becomes dehydrated. I don't think the ejaculat fluid is urine even though it does come out of her urethra. I've had lots of her ejaculat in my mouth and it doesn't taste like her urine does. It's clear and doesn't have a smell. Sometimes when I massage her G spot she will squirt a big strong stream, if I don't stop and go steady on her G spot, she will have a complete body orgasm. Her body has convulsions and shakes and vibrates uncontrollably all from her G spot. She says when she ejaculates it feels satisfying to let it out of her body

  • Hi...........id love to see that ...........big everything............send me a pic please.......jlagudijr@gmail.com

  • I have a tight pussy it clamps on to things and holds them hostage sometimes, and small clit I have somewhat large lips so a large vagina and clit are not necessary to active many awesome relaxing orgasms :) it's all about how you treat the G-spot, glad y'all are enjoying your wife.. that is good and healthy
    I like sharing it with my husband its been rather fun..
    And he has never seen anyone cum that much for that long before me..

  • I have never been with a squirter, but the idea of giving a woman pleasure until she covers me in her cum is a really hot thought. My dream is to be in one of those bukkake situations lol

  • About 80% of women squirt they just don't know it the fluid goes back up and into there bladder: at first I just got really really wet then I showed my H then b/f how to stimulate it properly and hes been hooked ever since
    It is rather Entertaining we had a head lamp hanging above us one night and I had my eyes closed cause of the light and so it would not hit me in the eye, I have tasted it a few times cause it landed in my mouth yeah I get facials from myself HeHe and my husband, now he would not get as many if he didn't like watching so much..
    when I opened my eyes I looked down and could see it splattered all over me and cause of the type of light bulb it was all sparkly :)
    it builds up and I feel it gush out of me, it also comes out in spurts, and splats just like a guys
    it is after all the prostate we just don't have any balls to make sperm so we need help to pump it out

  • Yeah, squirting is peeing, but no worries, I've been with several squirters, and they say it feels awesome, and I let them squirt all over my face and in my mouth, and it doesn't taste or smell like piss at all. I think it's very diluted urine, mostly water.

  • Female ejaculation seems to be a myth for me. But I have experienced my wife expelled air from within her cunt while I was eating her pussy , no liquids but juices flowing in abundance. On the other hand, in many occasions while we fucked she squirted pees while reaching orgasms.

  • I love pussy farts, so sexy and a real turn on when you are fucking her doggy, mmm

  • Mine doesn't fart much all that wetness is just letting you know your doing a good job keep it up, if you want to look for her G spot (it sticks out more when shes turned on) try pointing from in her vag torrid her belly button feel around try pushing some with finger tips in the area just past the spongie part press harder and softer ask her witch she likes better

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