Questions And Answers On Female Ejaculation

Are female body fluids harmful to your health if you accidentally swallow them? Can women ejaculate? Is female ejaculate the same as urine? In the following paragraphs, you can find the answers to these questions and more on how you can pleasure a girl.

(1) Are female body fluids harmful if you accidentally swallow them?

Many women secrete quite large amount of body fluids during sex, especially if they are highly aroused for an extended period of time and/or experience female ejaculation. These fluids are a normal and natural part of women’s lives. There is nothing that is inherently bad or harmful about them.

(2) What is the difference between female prostate and male prostate?

When we begin life as a fetus in our mother’s womb, we are all physically female. It is only around the 8th week of gestation that the fetus starts to develop either male or female sexual organs. This means the tissues that eventually develop into the male prostrate gland, are also present in women. This results in woman having a prostrate gland too, which is also called paraurethral or Skene’s glands. While the male prostate wraps around the urethra (urine passage), the female prostrate lies inside the wall and along the length of the urethra.

(3) Can women ejaculate?

Within the prostrate gland, there is a very highly sensitive area, commonly known as g-spot. Sexual arousal and/or g-spot stimulation causes blood to rush into the tissues surrounding the prostrate, the pressures place on the vaginal wall and the contraction of the pelvic muscles can cause fluid to seep out through her body. This occurrence is what is commonly known as female ejaculation.

Female ejaculation is a voluntary action, therefore she has no control over it and the volume of ejaculate can vary from woman to woman. The female prostrate will continue to produce fluid for as long as a woman is sexually aroused. Therefore she can produce more than 0.2 to 2.0 ounces of ejaculate if multiple releases of fluid occur when the female prostrate is being filled up and emptied at a quick rate. This will also mean the longer a woman’s orgasm lasts, the more she will ejaculate. This explains why in certain instances, a woman can produce large volume of ejaculate.

(4) What is the difference between female ejaculate and urine?

The confusion over female ejaculate and urine is due to conflicting research results to determine the source(s) of female ejaculate. Some research concludes it is only fluid from the female prostrate while other research says it is mostly liquid from the bladder with trace amount of fluid from the female prostrate.

While we are unable to determine the source(s) of the female ejaculate, one thing for sure, is there is clear difference between the female ejaculate and urine though they share common substances. Some of these common substances PSA, PAP and PSAP (components of female prostatic fluid) are at a higher concentration in the ejaculate than in urine.

The female ejaculate can vary over time and during a single sexual encounter in terms of color, smell, taste and volume. Menstrual cycle can influence the type of fluid being secreted. What you eat and how much you drink can also have an effect on it. In small quantities, it may look mucous-like having a clear, milky, or yellowish coloration with a possible distinct scent that is musky or pungent. But when the fluid increases in volume and becomes clear there is no longer any detectable smell. Some women claimed it sometimes looks and smells like urine which is most likely to happen when a woman tries too hard to ejaculate.

(5) How to stimulate the g-spot?

The most obvious way is to use own fingers or your partner’s. If the partner is the one doing the stimulation, make sure, his/her fingernails are trimmed and lubricant to be applied on the fingers. Start out by getting her aroused with manual and/or oral clitoral stimulation.

Curl one or two fingers, with the palm facing up and enter 2 inches from her opening. Start massaging the upper and front vaginal wall towards the pubic region with a very light touch. In order to maximize her pleasure, ask her (the person getting the stimulation) to guide you to a specific spot or area that produces intense or enjoyable sensations when being stimulated.

When you sense she is getting closer to orgasm, apply a firmer touch, if she enjoys it. Continue doing this in a constant and steady rhythm until she reaches orgasm. Then switch to a very light caressing touch as she comes down from her orgasm. If she experiences multiple orgasms, her orgasms and ejaculations may become more intense, and the amount of ejaculation may correspondingly increases. If she orgasms with your fingers inside her vagina, her vaginal muscles may squeeze them very tightly, do not pull out, but press in gently. During lovemaking, the best positions to stimulate the g-spot are the doggie and the woman-on-top.

If one of your hands (or his/her) hands is busily stimulating the clitoris, it may limit access to the vagina with the other hand. Therefore in addition to fingers, you can use a dildo. The most effective dildos are those that are curved near the tip called g-spot stimulators and the penis-shaped type. Many women prefer hard plastic or glass dildos. Others are contented with improvised dildos such as cucumbers, brush handles, mirror handles, etc. Some prefer a slim dildo that directs at a specific area within the vagina but others enjoy having their vagina to be filled and stretched to the maximum by a large dildo. If you are seriously considering using a dildo, it is advisable to keep a collection of her favorites and a special one. As a woman’s mood and needs change, so will her dildo needs.