There are two types of female sexual fluids. The most commonly known is called leukorrhea and is what lubricates the vaginal walls. It is a thicker fluid and is slightly acidic in order to prevent infections.
Female ejaculation is a thin fluid that originates in the gspot and is pushed out the urethra (where your urine comes out). The gspot is comprised of the Skenes / Paraurethral glands and is what makes this fluid.
Female Ejaculation is real, it is not urine and it is
The biggest myth out there is that it is urine and this is not true. However, as it can mix with urine, there is a lot of back and forth by people who are confused as to exactly what it is and is not. In studies where it has been tested, it has been determined that it contains glucose, and an enzyme which is also known as prostate acid phosphatase. This enzyme is a major component in semen as it comes from the prostate. Again, the gspot in a woman is essentially the same as a man’s prostate.
In addition the glucose and the enzyme it was also discovered that it contained some elements of urine (urea and creatine). There was typically trace amounts which suggests that either it simply was lining the urethra or a little came out with the ejaculate.
Those who have experience female ejaculation know that it is a sweet smelling, watery type of fluid and is not the typical fluid that one sees when a woman is wet from sexual arousal or having had an orgasm.
Female ejaculate is fairly consistent in the taste, smell, color and consistency. However, leukorrhea on the other hand varies in these factors and it seems to be influenced by diet and time frame of the menstrual cycle.
Female ejaculation is not difficult; women typically don’t know about the elusive reasons they are not doing it. They are usually sabotaging their chances for gushing female ejaculate when they are having an orgasm without even knowing it. One of the main reasons that women do not know they can do it is because women will often feel like they need to urinate when they are ready to expel the ejaculate and because they think that urine will come out, they hold back. The ejaculation techniques that I have been training thousands of women and their partners on have been quite effective and not only allow for amazing ejaculations but will also intensify any type (women are capable of eight) of orgasm to mind blowing levels.
Prevention of female ejaculation is a simple clenching down of the Kegel muscles to stop the fluid from coming out. When a woman cannot relax, bare down and push to expel the ejaculate, it comes down to a matter of inhibitions. Often times women are taught not to be messy or sexually assertive. Pushing out ejaculate for a woman can feel like a major sexual breakthrough as it allows her to feel a level of freedom and uninhibited sensuality that she may not have ever felt before.
Some people erroneously think that not all women can ejaculate because they have tried and it has not worked for them. However, all women have the same equipment, so it can just be a matter of finding the right technique and overcoming psychological issues that may inhibit a woman sexually. Sometimes even the most confident of women have a difficult time ejaculating, so it is nothing to be embarrassed about and is certainly not an indicator that something is wrong if she cannot.
A common mistake that many make is to think that that female ejaculation is a result of a gspot orgasm. This is not true. As mentioned earlier, female ejaculation can occur without an orgasm occurring at all. Rather it is just the fluid that has built up in her gspot that gets pushed out. Pressure on the gspot can help that fluid to come out, so that is why it is easy to make the mistake of thinking that it is a gspot orgasm.
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