Female ejaculation has been taboo for many years, people talk behind closed doors, yet they are too embarrassed to talk it out. So let’s talk about all the hush and fuss surrounding female ejaculation.
Female ejaculation or “Squirting” occurs when the “G-Spot” or Grafenberg Spot is stimulated through sexual activity. Before we go on to the G-Spot, let’s bust some myths.
Squirting or Female Ejaculation isn’t the release of urine. During ejaculation, a liquid made of glucose and creatinine is released. This fluid isn’t urine, but it does come out from the urinary tract and it helps to keep the urinary tract protected from diseases. Apart from that, the only purpose it serves is pleasure.
G-Spot G-Spot or the Grafenberg Spot has been the subject of debate for a long time, if one is wondering if there’s a spot or not, let me assure, there is. The G-Spot is situated on the upper side of the vagina and has a rough texture to it. There are dense nerve endings at this spot that is responsible for the simulations. Earlier, the G-Spot was thought to be an extended version or an extension of the clitoris. Though many people find G-Spot during sex, it is possible for a woman to never find it at all too.
However, if the G-Spot gets stimulated during coitus, the female may ejaculate to express pleasure. Stimulation G-Spot isn’t a switch, one can turn in and out whenever they want. Stimulating a G-Spot doesn’t involve a standard technique. It depends on a lot of factors. The comfort level of the partner, mental stability at that moment, the posture of the body and the mood she’s in. When all these parameters are achieved at their optimum level, a woman may be stimulated during coitus and she may squirt.
However, it is very normal that even if she doesn’t reach the level of orgasm, she still squirts. Female ejaculation doesn’t work like male ejaculation, because unlike male ejaculation, female ejaculation serves only one purpose - Sexual pleasure. But even if someone doesn’t ejaculate, it doesn’t necessarily mean that there is something wrong with her. It is just a biological phenomenon that is simply based on luck.
However, a visit to sexologist will give better closure to this problem if the female partner isn’t achieving orgasm.
Conclusion: Though female ejaculation sounds like a sexual release, many women confuse it as actually wetting the bed. However, it isn’t. The ejaculation can occur in small and large amounts, so it’s very normal if it looks like urine instead of squirt. Also, the fact that the liquid comes out from urinary tract adds to the confusion. Female ejaculation has been taboo for a long time, but now it’s time to talk to one another about this topic and explore the endless possibilities of the sexual journey.