Female Ejaculation

Female ejaculation, as the name implies, is when a girl or a woman ejaculates a thick white milky fluid during sex or sexual stimulation.

Yes, men are not the only ones who ejaculate during sex… girls and women ejaculate too.

Now, what is female ejaculation?

Where does it come from?

And how do girls or women ejaculate?

First thing first…

There’s a difference between Female Ejaculation and Squirting

Yes, they are not the same.

These terms are used interchangeably but they’re not the same thing.

Squirting, where a girl or woman gushes forth a clear urine-like fluid into the air as shown in pornography is different from female ejaculation.

Female ejaculation or ejaculate is the thick white milky fluid that flows out the vagina during sex or self-stimulation.

Its thickness and look are similar to the male sperm.

Comparing ‘Female Ejaculation’ and ‘Squirting’, squirting looks like urine, while female ejaculation looks like milk.

female ejaculation
Female ejaculate is a thick white milky fluid.

How do girls and women ejaculate?

Continuous stimulation of the G-spot during arousal leads to female ejaculation.

The G-spot swells with fluid when a girl or a woman is aroused and direct stimulation results in ejaculation.

Where does the fluid come from?

The fluid originates in the female prostate, and specifically from the Skene’s glands during sexual arousal and stimulation. And ejaculated from the urethra – where urine passes from a woman’s body.

The Skene’s glands are located behind the G-spot and surround the urethra – along the front vaginal wall.

The Skene’s glands fill with the ejaculate during arousal and stimulation and empty into the urethral canal after prolonged G-spot rubbing.

Women urinate and ejaculate from the same whole – the urethra.

Can and do all girls and women ejaculate?

This is a question most people often ask…

…and the simple answer is YES, all girls and women can ejaculate.

Every girl or woman is capable of ejaculating because every girl and woman has the anatomy to do so.

If a girl or a woman is not ejaculating, she’s either…

  1. …not aroused enough – since arousal plus stimulation leads to ejaculation. A girl won’t be able to ejaculate if she doesn’t feel pleasure when her G-spot is stroked (or stimulated).
  2. or not getting rubbed at the right spot (the spot that will make her ejaculate, the G-spot).

Every girl or woman is capable of ejaculating because every girl and woman has the anatomy to do so.

And there you have it…

…the female ejaculation.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

For more questions and answers on female ejaculation, go here: Frequently Asked Questions on Female Ejaculation.

And for questions and answers on Squirting, go here: Frequently Asked Questions on Squirting.

For questions and answers on the G-spot, go here: Frequently Asked Questions on The G-Spot.

For other sex-related questions and answers, go here: Frequently Asked Questions on Sex.

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