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New Squirting Information Discovered!

When new information comes out about sexuality I like to share it with my readers here on my website. After all, the more we know about sex, the better we will be at it. Unfortunately, there is very little research done on sexuality and even less on female sexuality and pleasure. So when I have good and juicy information to share, I can’t wait to do so! One of the least researched topics in female sexuality is female ejaculation and that’s why I’m especially excited to share a new study with you today.

Female ejaculation is a highly debated subject in the human sexuality world. Some claim all women can do it and if they haven’t it’s only because they haven’t had the right kind of stimulation. Others, especially women who have tried it and not succeeded, swear that they have tried it all and they just can’t do it. Unless more research is done on the topic we won’t ever know more about this mysterious bodily function.

Today, however, we know a little more than we did before about female ejaculation. Here’s what I found out…

The Basics

For those of you who aren’t yet familiar with the subject, female ejaculation is when a woman expels fluid out of her urethra (this is the same tube that urine comes out of and the same tube that men ejaculate and pee out of). The amount of fluid can range from a teaspoon to a cup. The consistency varies as well. Some ejaculate is thin, clear and watery, while others have ejaculate that is milky and sticky. They are still not sure how many women experience ejaculation. The estimates range from 10% to 40% of the female population.

So, what is this ejaculate made up of anyway?

A lot of debate has occurred regarding female ejaculate and what it’s made of. Some people think that a woman has actually lost control of her bladder and has peed, but others insist this isn’t the case. Even women who have experienced it worry that they have urinated. This is probably because female ejaculation occurs from stimulating the G spot, which is located just on the other side of the urethra, inside the woman’s body. Stimulating the G spot often makes a woman feel like she needs to pee, even if she has just gone to the bathroom. If she continues to receive stimulation to this area to the point of orgasm and ejaculation, she might worry that in the excitement and intensity of her orgasm she lost control over her bladder. However, a new study shows that this is not the case. a new study took a small sample of women who reported “ejaculating” when sexually stimulated.

First the researchers took a urine sample from the women. They then did an ultrasound of the bladder to make sure that it was completely empty before the women were told to either masturbate or have sex until the point of climax. Right before climaxing the researchers took another ultrasound scan and a sample of the fluid expelled. Then they took one final scan of the bladder after climax. What they found was that the women’s bladders completely filled up again during sexually stimulation and then that fluid was expelled during climax. Upon examining the makeup of the fluid they discovered that in 2 of the 7 women in the study the fluid was identical to the urine sample taken before. In other words, in that case the ejaculate was pee. In the other 5 women they found another element in the expelled ejaculate/urine. They found a prostate-specific antigen that is found in male ejaculate. They believe that this fluid was expelled from the Skene’s gland (sometimes referred to as the female prostate).

The scientists performing this study feel that every woman should be able to ejaculate in this way if stimulated correctly. Still, the study leaves us with many unanswered questions. First, it needs to be repeated with many more participants. Why do the women’s bladders fill up completely during sexual stimulation? Where is that fluid coming from and what is triggering its production?

As always, there is a lot more research that needs to be done about “squirting” in order to better understand the female sexual system and pleasure. Some people might now feel uncomfortable with squirting knowing that the fluid released is, in part or completely, urine. But that doesn’t change the fact that it is ejaculation related to sexual pleasure. The woman isn’t peeing on you, she is ejaculating! I suppose it depends on your perspective. Until we know more, fellas, keep exploring with your partners and have a blast!

Gabrielle Moore

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  1. Olusola Popoola

    June 12, 2015 at 4:21 am

    For a long time, my thought has been that the ejaculate could be “urine”. With the stimulation probably triggering the relaxation of the urethral sphincter with an experienced male lover.

  2. James

    June 12, 2015 at 9:28 pm

    Ok I get a lot of people would think this is pee. All I know is it doesn’t taste like pee hahaha. Not that know what pee taste like. What I do know. If ” If it was my whole house would smell like pee. I have made my lady squirt from the bedroom to the kitchen. I’m so happy I’ve learned how to get her to squirt. She still gets better each time. Thanks so much.

  3. Shonna

    June 12, 2015 at 10:45 pm

    I am a squirtor and I hve noticed from time to time that my ejaculation has urine in it. But for the majority of times if I use the restroom right before intercourse there isn’t a sent of urine at all. It also depends how long before actual intercourse.

  4. Peter

    June 16, 2015 at 2:13 am

    I concur with Shonna, that sometimes it is pee but not always. Personally I don’t care either way: my wife loves to pee while we are having sex: when I’m deep inside of her see makes me stop and then she works her inner muscles which is sensational and then when she starts squirting I start thrusting again and it is a beautiful feeling and so hot in many ways, not in the least the hot fluid running down my testicles! We use half of a thin textured yoga mat with a large absorbent towel wrapped around under neath us and an absorbent pad made for puppy training on top of that. Works a treat!

  5. Allen

    June 16, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    My new GF is a squitor, and I am curious if anyone has ever experienced a slight bowel movement during orgasm as she is squirting!

  6. John

    June 18, 2015 at 2:50 am

    I met a beauty woman back in 1983-4 and she bought me a beer in a bar to get started. Later that night while we engaged in intercourse she just let loose. At first I thought that she was peeing on me but after I felt the fluid on my private parts and legs it felt like a sticky and creamy fluid. Bam! I finally learned the difference between a fake and real orgasm!

  7. Mac

    June 22, 2015 at 11:25 pm

    Ok..I am trying to comment on several previous comments/ 49 y/o..married to my 2nd wife x 22yrs.I have a medical background and a lot of real life experience with squirting. Most any woman has the “equipment” to be able to squirt-everything I have read and experienced breaks it down to her psychologically/emotionally being VERY turned on as well as physically. I personally feel, that the Psych/Emotional connection is key..but she MUST be very physically turned on as well. My wife can be every bit turned on physically enough to squirt…but stress, residual work BS or whatever-can screw up the “head” game.
    In our experience, there sometimes IS a bit of urine mixed in, but invariably it is like a thinner, more translucent-clearer semen. Sometimes its just a spoonful or so…other times like a small cup full. (as a contrast-an old lover from 25 yrs ago… squirted ALWAYS in cupfulls…and IF there was ANY urine in there…I never could tell…was always thicker/viscous and NEVER tasted of urine. Everyone has different biochemistry and different diets which all affect composition and taste of any body fluid.

    someone said they knew the difference tween a faked orgasm and a real because of the squirt. NOT always accurate. My wife is capable of MULTIPLE O’s…seriously. anywhere from 6-20 to my ONE. she can NOT always Squirt. but when she does, it is unlike any other type of orgasm.
    Someone else asked about slight defecation/losing bowels mildly during orgasm. It actually seems to be MUCH more common than one would think…as not many folks will admit…”Hey!! He made me cum soooo hard last night I shit myself”….nope..not happening. after 15 yrs of time in the Emergency Medicine field… I have been privy to many things that most ppl dont even know occur/exist …yes.WE too have experienced that…thats what soap and water are for .
    For the guy using the yoga mat and puppy pads…I would suggest purchasing at a home health supply…reusable “Chucks”. These are the “mini-quilt” type pads that are used in hospitals and nursing homes. approx 2-1/2 ft or 3 ft square. they are mega absorbent and pop em in the washer/drier…good to go…check online first..but ya want the better ones-prob a $25-40 investment. Just some thoughts / experience. BTW guys…if you see what a G-spot/squirting O’ does for yer Lady….the male equivalent is the P-spot orgasm. DAYUM!! all I can say on that…
    Good luck and blessings . Peace.

  8. Carlos

    September 24, 2015 at 5:41 pm

    When a woman has an orgasm she loses control of the Spincter Muscle which will often result in her farting at the point of Orgasm . In an extreme case she could defecate somewhat as air escapes

  9. david kane

    May 7, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    This is the best information i have read on this most fascinating and wonderful subject,i believe it may take another long while to get to the bottom of this beautiful topic,but it will further research to reveal what triggers this wonderful fountain

  10. Ron Wills

    August 13, 2016 at 8:08 pm

    ‘Thru the Years’ of experiences that I’ve had, I know of only two women who genuinely experienced squirting orgasms. And both times it was more than a mouthful. I really enjoy cunnilingus and the taste of the vaginal juices, especially the squirting. AND IT WASN’T PEE. One woman did pee before we had sex and she didn’t quite get all the pee when she wiped herself. I’ve tried the technique marketed on the internet to bring other women to orgasm, but no squirting – just a big rush for them which brings me off as well. Ron

  11. GIDION

    August 29, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    i know that feeling its a good feeling when she does I always feel the little coldness in my penis of that jelly substance she is taking out oouchhh its a wondwrful feeling I am enjoying like it cannot stop.

  12. Warren George

    July 18, 2017 at 11:09 pm

    My ex-g.f. is a squirter, and the first time she squirted on me while fucking was her very first time, which took us both by surprise yet left us both amazingly satisfied. Feeling her hot juices squirt on and run all over me felt amazing, and it most definitely was not urine. The creamy sweet tasting cunny juice was unlike anything I’ve ever tasted or felt before. After our first experience all I wanted to do was fuck her till she shot her honey juice, and we got better and better till she was squirting multiple times a session. The first time she sat on my face and I made her squirt I just drank her every drop I could, and she tasted so sweet it amazed me! I loved knowing she found a higher satisfaction with me and couldn’t get enough of her, until her crazy became more than her sweet pussy was worth tolerating! But I do miss her hot juices soaking me and making want to fuck her even more! I wish my current g.f. was able to match my ex when it comes to being able to squirt, but hey, we can hope and keep trying!

  13. Manny Ramos

    August 5, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    Thank u for this article because I’ve been very intrigued by the notion of a woman squirting her orgasms or ejaculation. Lately I’ve been into those type of porno videos that feature woman squirting or busting their nut lol.

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