All Rights Reserved. Powered by WordPress. Recent Yeah, as a sex educator I get that question a lot. It seems that some men are fascinated by female ejaculation. I get it. Learn more about the four forms of female ejaculation and make her scream your name…and soak the bed. There are two ways women can ejaculate.
1. The Grind
However, modern researchers have built upon the experiments of historically well-known sex researchers to explain the phenomenon known as female ejaculation. These recent studies have shown that women, too, can and have experienced ejaculation. Female ejaculation is so controversial that is has been banned from porn in the United Kingdom, and remains somewhat taboo in the United States. Other pioneer sex researchers Masters and Johnson regarded the idea of female ejaculation as a myth. The phenomenon was explored in detail in the s by researchers including Frank Addiego, Beverly Whipple, and Edwin Belzer, who related female ejaculation to the G-spot when they found that if the erogenous vaginal zone was stimulated, their female subjects could release small volumes of fluid from the urethra. The squirting fluid usually is compared closely with urine, as it has been found to contain urinary markers such as urea and creatinine. PSA is an enzyme usually found in male semen that aids in sperm mobility. Fructose in male semen serves as an energy source for sperm. Some experts think that the presence of PSA and fructose in female ejaculate, while in much smaller concentrations than in male semen, is meant for added stability of sperm to increase the success of pregnancy. Unfortunately, there are some problems with this theory, including the fact that ejaculate is most often accompanied by urine, which can kill sperm.
Skip navigation! Like falling in love or meeting your soulmate, people say you'll "just know" when you're having an orgasm. That's a lovely sentiment, and might be true for some people, but sometimes you might actually not know. Orgasms can be explosive, subtle, inaudible, or somewhere in between. If you aren't sure what you're "supposed to be feeling" during an orgasm, that's okay, because it can be confusing. Unfortunately, many people feel embarrassed and defeated when they question whether or not they've had an orgasm, says Vanessa Marin , a sex therapist who specialises in teaching women how to orgasm. The truth is that orgasms can feel very different from person to person, and one person can "experience wildly different orgasms ," Marin says.
I was just wondering if you guys have any tips on achieving a female orgasm and 'cumming'. Also some clarification on what those terms mean and what squirting is. We are always excited to hear from people who live across the globe! Let's start with defining some terms:. Orgasm: The climax of sexual excitement. Physical pleasure centers the genitals and for some people, throughout their entire body. Female Ejaculation Cumming : The release of thick and whitish fluid from the female prostate, also referred to as the G-spot. Squirting : The release of a diluted fluid urine and prostate fluid from the urinary bladder. Note: Some people use female ejaculation and squirting to be the same thing.