Female Ejaculation: the Nature of the Phenomenon and Debates around It!

The Mechanism of Ejaculation and Its Role

All adult men and women, having sexual experience, know what male ejaculation is. It is an outthrow of semen from the men’s urinary tract during orgasm. This physiological process is a culmination of a sexual intercourse of a man and a woman, which normally results in a complete man’s satisfaction and relaxation. Ejaculation is necessary for the discharge of sperm from the male organism from the physiological point of view. And from the psychological point of view, it is an important mechanism that allows a man to get satisfied. In general, this is the main goal of sex for a man.

Women’s Ejaculation: Is It Possible?

Female Ejaculation: the Nature of the Phenomenon and Debates around It!

If everything is clear with men’s ejaculation, the concept of female ejaculation still causes a lot of debates and disputes between researchers in the spheres of sexology, physiology, endocrinology and other branches of the medical science. As we know, the female organism doesn’t produce sperm, so, women have nothing to ejaculate with. However, some women (according to expert estimates, almost 50 percent) report on discharging of some fluid from the urethra (or from near urethra) during orgasms, if sexual arousal is strong enough. Some specialists associate this mechanism with the stimulation of so-called G-spot, the existence of which is also under the question. But what is female ejaculation really? Let’s review the main theories briefly.

What’s the Nature of the Fluid Discharged by Women?

Over the last years, there had been attempts to study the chemical composition of the fluid released during the so-called women ejaculation. The results received by different researchers are controversial. Some of them claim that it is close to usual urine, and in fact, this “ejaculation” is nothing else, but urinary incontinence. Others say that the fluid is thrown not from the urethra, but from the paraurethral ducts – tiny holes located near the urethra. They also claim that the fluid is much thicker that urine and its composition is closer to men’s ejaculate. As of today, it is not known where the truth is, but we can suppose that it is somewhere in the middle. In reality, the two groups of researchers may speak of two different processes. The problem is that this process is difficult to investigate for the following reasons:

  • It’s not so easy for a woman to describe exactly what she feels during an orgasm. Few people can think logically or analyze their sensations at this moment.
  • Researchers still have no idea of how to collect “pure” female ejaculate. As soon as the fluid is discharged, it is immediately mixed with other substances, including female vaginal discharge, lubrication, urine and other physiological fluids.

Though we don’t know for sure what the nature of female ejaculation is, this phenomenon exists. It is not clear what its physiological value is, but there is some evidence that “ejaculation” is a sign of a very strong sexual arousal. It is never experienced by some women (as well as a vaginal orgasm), but those who can feel its report of a deeper satisfaction from sexual intercourse and brighter orgasms.

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