Female Ejaculation or refered to as "Squirting"  

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2/12/2017 12:06 pm
Female Ejaculation or refered to as "Squirting"


There is a lot of misconceptions about female ejaculation (squirting). And to add to these conseptions and misconceptions is that scientists can not agree just what is the fluid that is ejected by some women when they experience an orgasm.

Some say it is diffinatly urine and other call it a true ejaculate that originates in an area of the uritha called the Skenes Glands.

Many sexual partners are turned off by this ejaculation or leakage of fluid. I for one have had the pleasure of having on two occasions, the pleasure of experiencing a sexual partner squirting, and on both occasions I can personally say that I did not detect the smell or taste of urine from this ejaculate. I guess it is up to the individule if they are turned on or turned off by this phnomonin.

I have included some information from the net and will include it in this post.

Female ejaculation comes in two forms, scientists find. ... Some women express liquid from their urethra when they climax. For some, this consists of a small amount of milky white fluid – this, technically, is the female ejaculate .Jan 9, 2015. This indicates that it probably came from structures called Skenes glands – which are rather like the female equivalent of the male's prostate. They are very tiny structures, located near the opening of the urethra (the urinary pipe).
The reality is that regular ejaculation certainly isn't universal. Some women do it once in a lifetime, but never again.
The actual percentage of females who ejaculate is uncertain. However, in Masters and Johnson's famous lab experiments with over 400 women, they did not record anyone who ejaculated at climax.
Nevertheless, the experience of gynecologists and family planning doctors indicates there is a substantial minority of women who do ejaculate regularly.
One of the more convincing assessments is that of Stanislav Kratochvil (1994), who found that about 6 per cent of Czech women reported ejaculating. Our own recent research suggests that the percentage of women who have ever ejaculated may be much higher.
When a woman first discovers that she suddenly drenches the sheets when she climaxes, it's natural for her to feel anxious and embarrassed.
And because most women initially think the fluid they produce is urine, they may assume what they are doing is 'dirty' or 'nasty'.
Their feelings are – quite understandably – linked to childhood prohibitions about not wetting the bed.
Unsurprisingly, quite a lot of these women tend to go through life avoiding sexual relations with other people. Some have the unfortunate experience of going to bed with men who react negatively when they climax – but fortunately that is not the reaction of most males.
A vast amount of material on the internet suggests there is such a phenomenon as a G-spot orgasm, which is likely to be accompanied by a gush of fluid from the urethra.
The G-spot is said to be an erotic zone at the front of the vagina, and this area is intimately connected with the urethra. Indeed, pressure on the G-spot area will invariably produce a desire to pee.
There is no doubt that pressing on the area of the G-spot would affect the above-mentioned Skene's glands, which are said by some to be the source of female ejaculate.

Hope you found this interesting.....Any misspellings are mine!

Tommo

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