Everything You Always Wanted to Know About How a Woman Ejaculates
Did you know that men are not the only ones that can ejaculate or “cum” during sex?
And we aren’t talking about an orgasm here. We’re talking about squirting.
If you know, you know. Many people worldwide have a fetish for “squirters,” or women that expel liquid during sex or foreplay.
What Is Female Ejaculate More Exactly?
While the mythical female ejaculation is still a bit of a mystery to… well, everyone, there are thankfully a few things that are known facts.
Like the following:
- When a woman ejaculates or squirts, there is an expulsion of fluid that bursts out of the urethra.
- Female squirting usually happens when she’s orgasm, but sometimes, it happens before orgasm status.
- There are two kinds of female ejaculate: ejaculate fluid and squirting fluid.
And What Is Female Ejaculation Fluid?
Scientists think this fluid is produced in the Skene’s glands. And if you have no idea what those are, you’re not alone. Most people don’t. But let us explain.
What Are the Skene’s Glads?
The skene’s glands are located near the urethral opening and are responsible for producing a fluid that helps lubricate the vagina.
This fluid is sometimes released during sexual arousal but can also be released manually when the gland is stimulated. The skene’s glands are also thought to play a role in the development of the female orgasm.
The fluid created in the Skene glands is said to be closer to semen than to urine, as it can sometimes appear milky in color and texture.
Also, this type of female ejaculate is similar to semen because of its chemical makeup. It contains prostatic acid phosphatase, or PSA, just like semen. It also contains fructose, which, you guessed it, so does semen.
What Is Squirting Fluid?
Next, we have squirting fluid, apparently different from female ejaculate fluid. This squirting stuff is typical without smell and has a clear color. It originates in the bladder and has a similar makeup to urine.
And besides consistency and where it originates, this fluid is different from female ejaculate in a big way: It comes out in much larger volumes. This is typically the liquid you see making a mess in those popular porn videos or from popular sex cam girls.
Is Squirting Normal?
Yes, while it’s not exactly common, those that can and do squirt and perfectly normal. There is nothing strange or bad about squirting.
And while it’s still unknown exactly what kinds of health benefits female ejaculation or squirting has to the body, one thing is certain. The more orgasms, the merrier.
An orgasm a day has been known to have various health benefits. For example, it can release endorphins which can act as natural painkillers and boost your mood. It has also been known to help improve sleep quality. Additionally, orgasms can help reduce stress and anxiety levels.
Do You Have a Thing for Squirters? Don’t Know Any? Sex Cam Girls Can Help?
As mentioned above, squirting and explosive female ejaculation are not exactly commonplace. While there are more females out and about that squirt than you might realize, it’s still considered quite rare.
This could be because many women don’t realize they can squirt or they aren’t able (don’t know how) to orgasm at all.
Thankfully, for those that want more live squirting action, whether for sexual pleasure or just pure curiosity, cam girls can help.
Thousands of sex cam girls specialize in this wet and wild sex act. So you could either search specifically for “sex cam girls that squirt” or try your hand at making cam girls you already chat with squirt or ejaculate for the first time.
Either way, chatting with live sex cam girls is a great option for people that have never seen or had sex with a squirter in real life.
It’s a safe way to explore your fetishes and get some practice while helping yourself know what to expect on the lucky day you meet your squirting sweetheart one day. Until then, ask sex cam girls to squirt for you!