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Female ejaculation explained

When a woman reaches a high level of arousal, she may release a significant amount of fluid. It is usually an odourless and colourless liquid. This is called female ejaculation.

Generally, these women are considered to be fountain women. However, they are 2 different phenomena. But what does squirting really mean? And what exactly does it imply? In this article you will discover everything you need to know about female ejaculation.

What is female ejaculation?

Squirting is the phenomenon whereby women who are very excited and reach their G-spot involuntarily emit a whitish fluid, especially during sexual intercourse. This fluid is expelled through the urethra.

What are the signs of a female ejaculation?

In women, the phenomenon of ejaculation can occur many times during sexual intercourse. The sensation and feeling of a woman ejaculating is similar to a loss of urine. During the pre-orgasmic period, she then secretes an odourless, tasteless, colourless liquid similar to water. According to studies, a female fountain woman can secrete this liquid up to a quantity of 200 milliliters.

Causes of squirting

Generally, the colorless and odorless liquid is produced partly by the urethra and partly by the glands. These can be the para-urethral glands or the Skene glands.

Ejaculation is due to orgasm linked to a high stimulation of the excitation point, also called the G-spot, located under the bladder and crossed by the urethra. This phenomenon leads to the production of a few drops or even whole jets of liquid in the female fountain. Some of this liquid comes from the bladder, but it is not urine.

Furthermore, the secretions for a Female Fountain Woman and for a female ejaculation are not identical, even if they are both produced during sexual intercourse. In fact, they do not take place in the same place.

What you need to know about female ejaculation

Female ejaculation, an anomaly?

According to a study carried out by Sandra Saint-Aimé, the President of the National Union of Sexologists-Clinicians, female ejaculation is not an anomaly. It is a natural and normal phenomenon, which should not be considered a medical problem and is not serious. Moreover, there is no treatment to avoid or reduce female ejaculation. In case of concern or discomfort, it is therefore advisable to contact a clinical sexologist.

Female Ejaculation and Orgasm

We often tend to think that female ejaculation occurs during an orgasm. It is important to know that this theory is false. Even if it is associated with orgasm, this phenomenon does not cause it and orgasm cannot cause female ejaculation either. According to the testimony of some women, you don’t necessarily reach 7th heaven when you ejaculate.

According to the study carried out, female ejaculation is mostly considered as a peak of strong sensation that can occur at any time during sexual intercourse. It is also associated with an emotional peak. It is indeed connected to the nerve of emotion. For some women, female ejaculation is experienced as a sensation of liberation, just like the sensation of relief of the bladder having had a strong urge to urinate.

Nevertheless, specialists have indicated that ejaculation can enhance a woman’s orgasm. According to them, ejaculation can increase a woman’s sexual pleasure if it occurs during orgasm.

Women Fountains and Female Ejaculation

It is important to know that female ejaculation can occur in any woman, not only in fountain women. According to studies, this phenomenon of ejaculation can occur in 10 to 40% of women. It can appear occasionally or at every sexual intercourse. Female ejaculation is therefore a very random phenomenon. According to testimonies, it is related to confidence in one’s partner, to letting go at the time of intercourse, but depends mainly on the increase in arousal.

Nowadays, the percentage of women who ejaculate is still unknown. While specialist Deborah Sundhal states that all women have the opportunity to ejaculate, other specialists say on the contrary that only 6-40% of women can experience this phenomenon.

Penetration and Female Ejaculation

Female ejaculation can occur during the stimulation of erogenous zones, either through the G-spot or around the urethra. Therefore, it does not only occur during sexual penetration. Indeed, the 2 points which cause the ejaculation are located at the front of the vagina. Therefore, any position allowing to reach these points can cause squirting. It can occur by the introduction of fingers or other objects into the vagina or by doggy style. According to Tiphaine Besnard-Sandini, it is enough to stimulate these points in a soft, regular and circular way to provoke it.

Cunnilingus can also trigger this phenomenon. Indeed, the clitoris is part of the zone surrounding the glands and the vagina and can cause ejaculation. Stimulation of the clitoris is therefore sufficient to increase a woman’s excitement and can lead her to squirting.

Is it possible to learn how to ejaculate?

If the majority of people say that it is impossible for a woman to learn how to ejaculate, this idea is false. According to the expert Tiphaine Besnard-Santini, all women have the ability to ejaculate while training. All you need to do is to familiarize yourself with the areas that cause ejaculation, either with self-stimulation or accompanied by your partner.

However, there are a few rules to follow to learn and achieve ejaculation. First of all, the fear of urinating and the shameful and embarrassing aspect of female ejaculation must be removed from your head. Learning how to ejaculate should not be an injunction for women either. According to the sexologist doctor Leleu, it is above all a moment of pleasure shared between the man and the woman. Female ejaculation should therefore not be systematically demanded by men to satisfy their ego.

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