FAQs

Female ejaculation , also known as She-jaculation,” “squirting” and “gushing” is an occurrence in which fluid is expelled from out of the vulva or vagina around the time of orgasm.

Read my full post about it here.

The fluid that is excreted during female ejaculation is different to the secretions that occur during arousal.

In recent years, the medical establishment has acknowledged the existence of the female prostate, and that the fluid emitted during orgasm is biochemically comparable to male prostatic plasma (minus the sperm).

The fluid has been found to contain high levels of prostate specific antigen (PSA), a chemical secreted by the prostate gland and found in semen, as well as prostatic acidic phosphatase (PAP), prostate specific acid phosphatase (PSAP) and glucose.

No. No. Fucking No.

There is a misconception that female ejaculation or squirting is “coital incontinence,” and therefore the liquid emitted is pee. Regardless of any recount you read, I can unequivocally confirm that this is not the case.

Having gushed for several years on a regular basis, I know first hand that the fluid excreted is different to urine.

I’ve had a lengthy rant about this.

Female ejaculation varies from a clear liquid to a whitish fluid, or something that looks like watered down milk.

Female ejaculation involves the release of a clear or whitish fluid around the time of climax, and is said to be emitted from the Skene’s or paraurethral glands.

The Skene’s Glands are 2 paraurethral glands located at the bottom of the urethra.

Some studies also claim that the paraurethral gland itself is distributed over the entire length of the female urethra. Either way, the Skene’s glands and urethra are located very close together.

Female ejaculation and squirting is absolutely normal.

Women have been squirting for centuries, and it has been documented as early as Ancient Roman times.

I’m incensed by anyone – psychologist, medical ‘professional’ scientist, blogger or otherwise – claiming it to be abnormal, or to suggest the fluid is urine. This is a destructive way of describing the fantastic way some women’s bodies respond to sexual pleasure.

Despite being touted as the ‘unicorn sexual experience’ female ejaculation is more common than many women (and men) might realise.

However, it’s difficult to gauge the actual percentage of women who ejaculate during sex, because female ejaculation has mostly been excluded from extensive scientific inquiry.

According to one study, it was estimated that 10 – 54% of women experience female ejaculation and/or squirting. However, of the few studies that have taken place, a very limited number of participants were involved and the results can be deemed inconclusive at best.

The amount of fluid excreted during female ejaculation, or squirting, can vary from a few droplets to a several cups. I’ve written a post about the way in which I’ve squirted has changed over my sexually active years.

If I haven’t had sex in some time, the volume of liquid I ejaculate seems to be greater than when I am having sex on a regular basis.

For most women, this can be as simple as having a couple of towels on hand.

In my case, I’ve tried a number of ways to keep my place of coitus dry. Here’s a post I wrote about it.

For me, she-jaculating feels like an awesome release. It’s super pleasurable and liberating.

I often feel really emotional and a huge sense of relief. It’s said that the pelvic nerve is the main nerve that controls female ejaculation, which also stimulates emotions.

Squirting is commonly depicted in porn, however, it’s rarely an accurate or even vaguely life-like representation.

Instead, what you are seeing is either urine or liquid that has been placed in the vagina before filming.

While we’re on the topic, female ejaculation has been banned in porn in the United Kingdom. Why? For no good reason.

No.

Having an orgasm, whether it is  ejaculative or non ejaculative is awesome.

No woman should feel they are “missing out” if they are not able to ejaculate.

To this, there’s only one valid response: You don’t need that kind of negativity anywhere near your vagina.

You are a fucking goddess, and if a lover doesn’t appreciate the blessed ejaculative gift your pussy possesses, get rid of them.