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Female Ejaculation: Myth or Reality?

 
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By: VibeReview / www.divinecaroline.com

Did women suddenly awake with sexual superhero-like powers? What is all this talk about women having the ability for liquid expulsion during climax? Why didn’t anyone teach me about this in Sex Education 101? And, more importantly, if female ejaculation is a natura

l response to extreme sexual stimulation, why have I not experienced it?

Is there something wrong with my sex life, since I have never ejaculated? Where does female ejaculate come from? Is it urine? Is female ejaculation normal?

VibeReview has received email after email on this very topic. The above questions are just a few of the questions we receive weekly. Men and women are fascinated with female ejaculation (also referred to as “squirting” or “gushing”). This growing fascination is having a profound impact on the sex life of many men and women. Interestingly enough, men have shown a tremendous interest in female ejaculation. For many men, female ejaculation provides a new sense of eroticism that extends beyond mental intimacy. In a way, female ejaculation is the physical illustration, for them, of a job well done. There are so many different avenues of discussion that we could travel together; however, this brief article will serve as introduction to female ejaculation. I will also recount my personal experiences with female ejaculation. Yes, I am a proud squirter. And, yes, my sex life has never been better!

Female ejaculation’s place in humanity’s sexual history cannot be denied. Art work in various cultures, from the annals of history to post-modernism, provide a glimpse at feminine sexual excitement—from orgasms to gushing femininity of love. Hinduism particularly captured the art of female emission many generations ago, illustrating the process in detailed sculptures. What is apparent is that female ejaculation, though only recently discussed and investigated, has been a part of female sexuality for years in many cultures. Put simply, just because we are now discussing it, it does not follow that it’s not always been there.

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Anonymous

I am a 42 year male, extremely good looking, and discovered how to make a woman gush, squirt 22+ years ago. There was no term for what was happening to them, pre internet. We just called it the ultimate orgasm.

Every woman I have been with since is and has been capable of squirting, unless they are hung up about their own sexuallaity. And even they succumb in the end.

March 7, 2014 - 1:12am
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Anonymous

I am a 58 year old woman and have recently been seeing a man who makes me squirt like no tomorrow. I will have squirting orgasm after squirting orgasm when I am with him, but what I have discovered is that it is difficult for me to do this on my own. Any ideas?? I am also hoping that if this 'love affair' does not last, how do I teach my next lover?

April 26, 2012 - 1:32pm
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Anonymous

oh its definitely so true. Hi im a SQUIRTER and I LOVE IT.

August 18, 2011 - 4:56am

Anonymous..yes all of it is normal! I really dont think there is any rhyme or reason to it.... quite honestly. For me, it started happening with a man who is much bigger than anyone else I had had sex with. I really think it has to hit a certain spot, at least for me anyway. And yes sometimes it happens shortly after we start having sex not always when I orgasm, because he will angle in a certain way. Ive been sleeping with him for 3 years, and I used to squirt maybe every other time, now its every single time and ALOT. We go through alot of towels and we joke that his roomate must think there is something wrong with me because he is constantly doing laundry, sheets and towels after I visit haha! But yes you are NORMAL and feel lucky.. believe me men think is ultra-hot and a HUGE turn on, and most women wish they could do it at least once..

April 4, 2011 - 4:18pm
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Anonymous

Thank you for posting this. It makes me feel so much better to know that I am not alone. I experienced ejaculation when my boyfriend and I first started dating. We were both a little freaked out but not to the point to stop having sex and now we have what we like to call "cum blankets" which we lay down before we have sex. I am still concerned about the amount that is gushing out of me. I feel like it must be 2 cups or more, and it happens every time we have sex. Should it be happening every time and I still prefer to have ciltoral simulation over g-spot not that it isn't fantastic but ciltoral stimulation is what makes my whole body tingle. Is that normal??

April 3, 2011 - 11:14pm

I am a 60 year old woman and have recently met a man that I squirted with. I had no idea what had happened to me other than a lot of fluid came from me. He knew right away and was so very excited that this had happened to us. I can squirt many times and only stop when I'm exhausted. I'm so glad to hear that this happens to other women! It certainly has enhanced our sex life!

April 17, 2010 - 10:30am
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Anonymous (reply to Happywoman)

welcome to the club and go girl, im so glad that at 60 ur getting it on. And i dont mean that disrespectfully, just that u always hear that as people get older they lose interest in sex. I NEVER want that to happen to me.

August 18, 2011 - 4:51am
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Anonymous

it is nothing but a myth and yes it is pee.

March 17, 2010 - 4:20pm
(reply to Anonymous)

I can tell you from experience it is NOT a myth and it is not pee, it is incredible!!!!! If you were able to have one you would understand!

April 17, 2010 - 6:29pm

Yes it's perfectly normal, and so are you. Some girls just squirt all the time. I can promise you it is not urine, even in women the urinary system pretty much shuts down during the aproach to climax.

For those of you who are trying to MAKE this happen. Just let go of the idea, stop focusing on female ejaculation and just focus on having great connected sex. The rest will take care of it's self most of the time. This is something that builds up naturally, trying to force it out early seems to bleed out the internal pleasure reservoir before it can build up. If anything you need to relax your whole body and just let it build and build. If you have a partner pay attention to your level of relaxation often they can see you tensing up getting ready to try and force that orgasm. As an experiment try and just relax instead, dont tense up your legs like you normally would, or your stomach is another big one. This is not something that is specifically related to female ejaculation but I promise it will be a whole different world when you finally do come. It will likely come as a sort of blurring of am i climaxing or not and then you ARE climaxing. Just remember like anything else every girl is different and stick with what you feel works for you best, but experiment!

February 17, 2010 - 11:11am
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