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Saturday, March 24, 2012

how to achieve female ejaculation

A greater mystery to most people than is female ejaculation Female Orgasm. Although we may have heard stories about friends who can ejaculate, or who have been with women who can ejaculate, many of us never really experienced it first hand. When asked to describe the ejaculations, responses are often very similar, "It's liquid, clear, wet it, and squirt". Beyond this, details are always pretty full.
Let's start by understanding what the elements are premature. The four main ingredients are glucose, prostatic acid phosphatase (an enzyme that is characteristic of the prostate component of semen), urea and creatinine. The last two ingredients commonly found in the urine, but at lower levels than in urine. So there is some urine in the ejaculate. Several studies have concluded that some women ejaculate more like urine, and the other woman was more like a prostate fluid. Until this question is answered fully, at least safe to assume that it is a bit of both. The amount of ejaculate can range from a few drops, to bathe it.
Where the ejaculate come from? There are several theories about this, but remained constant among all of them is that female ejaculation comes from G-spot stimulation. When the G-spot is stimulated over a period of time, creating an area of ​​spongy tissue that is filled with fluid. Women who can ejaculate often hold back, thinking that it was urine. The exact source of the ejaculate is still debated by researchers, but it does not appear to come out of the urethra (such as urine) and / or nearby Skene Gland, so that is where the confusion occurs.
So what's left? You may want to learn how to get someone to ejaculate, or how to do it yourself. Like exploring everything else new in your experience about sex, you should work towards it, but do not put unnecessary pressure on yourself to make your goal. Also, it is not known whether all women can ejaculate, so if you or your partner can not - do not worry, but perhaps keep trying once in a while. As you already know, ejaculate comes from the urethra or Skene's glands, so it feels a lot like urine.
In addition to those who love the 'golden shower' (fetish of urine, or being urinated on), many people do not feel comfortable enough to risk urinating on or about their partners. It's probably a good idea to let yourself or your partner some privacy to understand the functions of their bodies, at least let your partner now that you're excited about it, do not come out. That being said, a great place to try it include shower or bath, in or near water, or on top of some old blankets that you do not mind getting wet.


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