Female Ejaculation

Until recently, many women have felt ashamed or embarrassed about exuding fluid during sex, but public opinion has changed. Now women tend to feel that the ability to ejaculate gives them a sense of erotic power or a sense of freedom. As more women talk to each other openly about sex, they have empowered themselves to feel good about whatever feels natural and pleasurable.

Ejaculating can be somewhat messy, and it is certainly not necessary for great sex, so it's important to know that it isn't strange or unusual. If you have experienced ejaculation, you might want to be prepared with a towel next to the bed. Some women have been known to ejaculate up to several teaspoons of fluid.

The fluid emitted is exactly like male ejaculate, only without the sperm. It is not urine, though because the ejaculate comes through the urethral tube, it may push out a small amount of urine prior to the release of the ejaculate. Considering that the fluid most often occurs through G-spot or vaginal stimulation, and that the G-spot is the urethral sponge or female prostate gland, this makes perfect sense.

As in the male, the fluid in the female prostatic gland builds up and needs release. Some believe that symptoms of PMS might be greatly alleviated by female ejaculation. Part of the pressure and fluid buildup during the menstrual period may very well be female ejaculate. If you have PMS and know the times of the month when you feel the symptoms the most, have a lot of sex just prior to these times — it may help.

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