What Is Female Ejaculation Urine? Is Squirting The Same?
Posted: Jun 13 2015
I was at the market last week in the produce section and it got me thinking about female ejaculation. That may seem like a leap, but have you seen how nice the zucchini squash look this year? Anyway, I was thinking about female ejaculation and wondered how exactly that happens. I mean, is it even real? I’ve been having orgasms for a lot of years and I have yet to experience female ejaculation. Can all women even do that? It’s largely a mystery to me, so I decided to do a little digging and see what I could find out about female ejaculation, and here’s what I discovered.
What Is Female Ejaculation?
To put it simply, it’s an expulsion of a significant amount of fluid around the time of orgasm, anywhere from 3 to 50 ml and it was a phenomenon described by scholars nearly 2000 years ago. Crazy! Recently a group of researchers in France (bless you, France) observed this phenomenon with ultrasound scans and were able to discover a lot about it. It is an ejaculation, but it originates in the bladder; and the fluid released is mostly made up of urine and a little bit of fluid from the Skene glands, small glands that drain into the urethra. What’s interesting about the French study, though, is that the researchers had the women empty their bladder before they began either masturbating or having intercourse with a partner and I’m really trying not to think about how awkward that must have been. Anyway, right before they reached orgasm they were scanned again and then samples were taken from their ejaculation after orgasm. The scans taken right before orgasm showed the women again had full bladders, and then after the event had empty bladders again. That is incredibly interesting, and a little bit mysterious if you ask me. What does it all mean?
What Does Science Say?
This leaves me wondering: if the female ejaculate is urine then what its purpose is, exactly. In several of the women in the study, the ejaculate was chemically identical to their urine – so it was urine. But in a few of the participants, researchers found an enzyme that is usually present in the prostate glands of men. This enzyme, called prostatic specific antigen (PSA, not to be confused with Public Service Announcement) helps men’s sperm to swim. In women, it is produced by the aforementioned Skene gland. So that solves it – most of the time female ejaculate is urine. If you want to get really technical, experts say that urine expelling alone without the release of PSA shouldn’t be considered female ejaculation, but I’m not one to be too hung up on semantics – if you’re expelling fluid when you orgasm, I would consider that a female ejaculation.
Male ejaculation is pretty easy to identify in terms of evolutionary importance, but what is the purpose of female ejaculation? Does it have an adaptive function? Can all women do it? Researchers think that female ejaculation is rare because not all women produce PSA or the shape and size of the Skene gland is different in different women and can have an impact on the ability to ejaculate. Why women have orgasms or can ejaculate at all is a hotly debated topic. Some experts think that female orgasms are merely a byproduct of male orgasm; basically, because men have them women have them too and they serve no evolutionary purpose. In fact, there’s no link between having orgasms and ejaculating and having better offspring.Still, other experts think that women have orgasms as part of pair bonding and enhanced fertility. Men have orgasms, it’s thought, to encourage them to spread their seed, so maybe women have them in an effort to stimulate the desire to have sex. At any rate, when it comes to female ejaculation, researchers are optimistic that if your partner knows what they’re doing, any woman can ejaculate. If you’ve got the time and the patience, anything is possible.
Can You Increase Your Chance?
So we know that you have the ability to attain female ejaculation, so how, exactly, can you achieve it? I think this is a topic that garners a lot of interest, at least for any woman who likes to orgasm. I mean, who doesn’t want to have the mind-blowing orgasm that female ejaculation offers? Maybe nuns, but that’s about the only people I can think of. And even then, I think they secretly must want to.
For women, sex is as much mental as it is physical, and female ejaculation is no different. You have to strive to find what turns you on both in body and mind and once you’ve got those things worked out you are able to experiment with increasing your level of arousal. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that you have to be really, really, really turned on in order to ejaculate as a woman. You probably also have to know your body really well (as does your partner) in order to elicit this response.
Ok, so quick anatomy recap: do you know where you clitoris, perineum, g-spot, and A-spot are located? I’ll admit that I answered yes to everything but the A-spot, and maybe that explains why I’ve never squirted. The A-spot is technically the anterior fornix erogenous zone or second g-spot. My interest just got piqued at the term “second g-spot”! I feel a little like Jasmine and Aladdin flying on a magic carpet – it’s a whole new world! So, more about this elusive A-spot. If the A-spot is stimulated it can lead to rapid vaginal lubrication and arousal and can result in a very intense orgasm. It’s thought to be located above the g-spot on the anterior wall of the vagina and can be stimulated with a scooping technique. The doctor who discovered the A-spot claims that it redirects female ejaculatory fluid that is expelled from the Skene’s gland during g-spot orgasms and turns it into vaginal lubrication. It creates a state of full arousal and lubrication when stimulated. You should, by all means, try this at home. If you can bring yourself to a state of high arousal, the more likely it will be for you to squirt.
Will Sex Toys Help?
The next step on the road to female ejaculation is to explore your anatomy, specifically your g-spot. The best way to do this is with a g-spot toy. If you’ve never owned a g-spot toys then what are you waiting for? There are some great options out there, too. Lelo makes an awesome toy called the INA Wave. It actually simulates a finger’s “come hither” motion while also stimulating your clitoris, which makes for an explosive orgasm that just might take you one step closer to the elusive female ejaculation. Technology is so fabulous. There are other options, too. Rabbit vibrators are an old standby, and JimmyJane has the Iconic Rabbit 2. It’s all silicone, rechargeable and gives you deep vaginal stimulation as well as stimulation on your clitoris. Joy Sex Toys Online also has its offering, the Svakom Alice. It’s also a silicone stimulator that provides g-spot stimulation and clitoral stimulation and it’s guaranteed to rocket you straight to the moon! What is really nice about all of these toys, and what makes me personally glad to live in the age of technology, is that they have dual independent motors for each of the stimulators. So, the part that stimulates your g-spot has its own controls separate from the clitoral stimulator. Personally, if you’re going to get acquainted with your g-spot and your A-spot, there’s no better way than one of these babies.
Ok, so once you’ve got the g-spot stimulation covered you should experience a sensation with arousal that makes you feel like you have to pee. Don’t worry, this means it is working! Once you’ve experienced g-spot stimulation like this, then you’ll know what to look for and how to move toward it in order to get yourself to a state of arousal that will make ejaculating possible. And if you want to ejaculate (again, who doesn’t?) then you need to make sure you are well hydrated in order for it to happen. So, drink up! Plus, a fuller bladder will put pressure against your g-spot and make getting where you want to go a little bit easier.
You Have To Work It
Interviewing women who have achieved the state of nirvana referred to as female ejaculation, the efforts you’re taking to arouse yourself and bring yourself to orgasm may need to be a little more pressure (harder) and intense than you would normally make them. One of the keys to ejaculation is to apply strong pressure against the g-spot and find out how to properly manipulate it in order to squirt. So, whether you’re using your fingers or a toy against your g-spot you’re really going to need to put some muscle into it. Get those arms going; shake your fingers or the toy back and forth while applying pressure. Save soft and gentle for another time, we’re on a mission here ladies! Remember, you’re climbing up to the peak of Mount Orgasm here, and Mount Everest doesn’t have anything on her! When you get to the summit, bear down and just let it go. Your body knows what to do and will lead you there. Plus, think of how toned your arms will be!
I think it’s important to remember as well that Rome wasn’t built in a day. You have to be patientwith yourself when it comes to finding your sweet ejaculation spot. If you’re not relaxed and tolerant with yourself then you’re never going to get there. You also have to keep in mind that while squirting sounds awesome, it’s not the end all be all in the world of orgasms. Non-ejaculating orgasms are pretty fantastic too. It’s realistic to think that ejaculation may never be something you can do, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try. I would hardly call it a wasted effort when you’re giving yourself (or your partner is giving you) out of this world orgasms by the dozens. No one is going to give you any pity there! In the end, you will end up learning more about yourself, your body, your orgasms and your abilities in bed. That is never going to be a wasted effort. Orgasms for everyone!