Probably the most intense kind of
female orgasm is when the woman actually
ejaculates a clear, viscous fluid
during her climax. Although many
people don't believe that these orgasms
exist, there is a small percentage of
females that can achieve what is
known as a squirting or gushing
orgasm. These orgasms are
rare, but the women that have
experienced them describe them as very
deep, very powerful orgasms,
often accompanied with a different
feeling when compared to clitoral
stimulation orgasms. We intend to
dispel any myths about female
ejaculating orgasms, including how
they occur, who has them, and how you
can try to make yourself ejaculate
during your orgasms, if you so wish.
"What is Female Ejaculation?"
How Female Ejaculation Works, What
Ejaculate Fluid Is
Even today, female ejaculting orgasms
are a bit of a mystery. The
occurance of female ejaculation is
nothing new, as even Aristotle referred
to it, as have other researchers through
history. Little attention was paid
to female ejaculation until recently
though, and now a better understanding
is getting closer all the time.
The biggest current mystery about female
ejaculation is the source of the fluid.
It's theorized that the fluid comes from
a gland on the anterior wall of the
woman's vagina, very close to where the
mysterious G-spot is located.
These glands, called the Skene's glands,
are the female equivalent of a man's
prostate gland. With enough proper
stimulation, these glands release a
viscous, clear, watery fluid when a
The fluid that comes from the Skene's
glands has been examined in laboratories
and it should be noted that it is not
urine. It not only comes from a
different place than urine, it's a
completely different composition.
In the fluid, researchers found:
glucose, fructose (both sugars), PSA
(prostate-specific antigen), and very
low levels of urea and uric acid (both
common ingerdients of urine).
"How Can I Ejaculate With My Orgasms?"
Female Ejaculating Orgasms Aren't Easy
to Come By
There is no guaranteed method of
bringing on an ejaculating orgasm.
In fact, it seems that some women are
predisposed to ejaculating during their
orgasm, while other women can never seem
to release fluids when they climax.
It's not necessarily a new phenomenon,
but the research into female
ejaculations is young and incomplete.
The women that have experienced
ejaculations during orgasm usually
describe a different kind of orgasm when
compared to a clitoral orgasm.
Most females find that ejaculate is
brought on by aggressively stimulating
their G-spot at the same time as their
clitoris. Many women describe
having to "bear down" during their
squirting orgasm, almost pushing out
like they're urinating (but it should be
noted that it is NOT pee coming out