Squirt: Female ejaculation

In a world which seems obsessed on proving that women can do every single thing that a man can, we are now inundated with questions from women about “squirting”. Perhaps the more ‘scientific’ term for the phenomenon is “female ejaculation”.

The bane of real relationships, porn movies, seem to be pushing a narrative that squirting is the ultimate orgasm and something to which ever woman should aspire. The evidence, though, seems to indicate that this is a manufactured untruth.

Surprise! Porn is fake!


What is Female Ejaculate?

Female ejaculate comes from glands within the erectile tissue around the urethra. A relatively small amount of the fluid is produced and released. It is a lubricant very similar to male ejaculate without sperm.

The Journal of Sexual Medicine published a study of women who claimed that they squirted when they orgasmed. The experience for each woman was captured on ultrasound and the liquid was then analysed.

The ultrasound showed that much of the substance originated in the bladder. Lab results revealed the presence of

  • urea;
  • creatinine;
  • uric acid.

It was urine.

Actual female ejaculate was present and, in some cases, mixed with the urine.

A Money-Making Fad

There are squirting classes you can attend for a pretty sum made up of your hard-earned money. Take a closer look at these classes and you will notice that they train women to relax their pelvic muscles and to place pressure over the G-spot which will then press onto the urethra.

Basically, they are training women to pee.

Should I Squirt?

If you like it and enjoy it, go right ahead! Your body and your sexual experiences are yours. Do not let anyone tell you to do or not to do something that is harmless to others.

Just be careful that you are not being manipulated into Keeping Up with Mrs. Jones in a transitionary fad.

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