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Week 51-How common is female ejaculation?

August 14, 2009

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Female ejaculation, casually known as “squirting”, is a natural and normal function of the female body. Although many women do not experience ejaculation, most women have the capability to ejaculate.

There is a difference between female and male ejaculation. Male ejaculation is about reproduction – the delivery of sperm from a man’s testes for the purpose of reproducing. Women ejaculate for the sole purpose of pleasure.

Female ejaculation is a function of a woman’s Para urethral glands, also known as “the female prostate. The fluid – or ejaculate – comes through a woman’s urethra and is sometimes mistaken for urine. It is not urine, although occasionally there can be a little urine in the ejaculate. Women who do ejaculate don’t do so every time they have sex or have an orgasm.

There’s lots of debate about female ejaculation – some doctors say it’s physiologically impossible for women to ejaculate. On the other hand, many women, health practitioners, doctors, and sex activists dispute this.

One of the best ways for a woman to ejaculate is to stimulate both the clitoris and G-spot when highly aroused. If comfortable with ejaculation, and at that highly aroused moment bearing down as one does when urinating – ejaculation can happen!

Next week read how the “g” spot is the close friend of female ejaculation.

Planned Parenthood of northern New England’s Education Department carefully selects all weekly questions. All questions are actual inquiries made to PPNNE by college-aged students.

Should you have a question you would like to see included, please send an email to goddess@ppnne.org

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