About Female Ejaculation

Female Ejaculation – What is it

Female ejaculation, or squirting, is the expulsion of ejaculatory fluid from the vaginal area of a female as a result of sexual stimulation. The exact source of the fluid is up for debate, although researchers think the ejaculate comes from the region of the skene’s gland. Even though some will argue otherwise, there is really no question as to whether or not a woman can actually ejaculate fluids from her vagina. Although there is much mystery surrounding female ejaculation, as a phenomenon, it is real and legitimate and medically noted. Most women are actually able to expel at least some vaginal fluid whether or not they know it. Most women discover their ability to squirt accidentally during sexual stimulation.

Female Ejaculation – How to accomplish it

Most people agree that the easiest and most effective way to achieve female ejaculation is through stimulation of the G-Spot. The G-Spot (also known as the urethral sponge) is an area inside the vagina near the front and is stimulated with either pressure, rubbing, or vibration. Many people also find success in vaginal squirting by accompanying G-Spot stimulation with clitoral stimulation. A smaller number of people are able to ejaculate through clitoral stimulation alone. Whichever way works for you, I personally have found that I need to “push” in my vaginal area while I am stimulating my G-Spot vigorously. A girl friend of mine has told me that all she has to do is find the exact right spot on her vaginal wall to stimulate along with her clit and she is set to squirt within a few minutes.

Female Ejaculation – The Fluid

The greatest mystery surrounding female ejaculation has to do with the source of the fluid itself. It’s consistency is watery and the fluid itself is slightly alkaline. Researchers have found that it has many similarities to fluid produced in the male and female prostate.

Here’s a link to a wikipedia entry about Female Ejaculation so you can learn a little more!