Female ejaculation is a phenomenon that has only recently been acknowledged by the medical profession. Not all women can do it, but those that do say it enhances the quality of an orgasm, or is more intense than a normal climax. One woman even described it as like drinking hot chocolate!
occurs when a woman has an orgasm, and a thin, odorless, milky fluid
squirts out of the urethra, sometimes in large amounts and over large
distances. The liquid is not urine, but rather a secretion of the
Skene's glands, organs similar to the prostate gland that are found
inside the pubic region, near the clitoris. During orgasm, urine is
prevented from being expelled by the contraction of the pubococcygeus
muscle during orgasm.
To be honest, there simply isn't enough information available to draw conclusions. More research into female ejaculation needs to occur.
Some sex therapists,
such as New
Arte, say female ejaculation can be learnt. Krystal
Waters, who, with her husband, runs an adult site devoted to female
ejaculation, says she learnt through experimentation and encouragement
from her lover. She says a comfortable, accepting attitude to sex
can really help.
Ejaculation and the G-Spot
by Deborah Sundahl and Alice Laddas
Like men, women also can ejaculate, enhancing and intensifying their sexual pleasure. In an open, positive style, Deborah Sundahl presents information about female ejaculation including scientific findings, anatomical illustrations, historical accounts, a chapter on how men can help their female partners to ejaculate, and womenís and menís experiences collected during the past two decades. Newly released in 2003.
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