Yup, there’s a lot that can be said about the topic. Let’s keep it simple and list 5 things YOU need to know regarding this highly controversial sexual experience.
1. Know what is female ejaculation
Female ejaculation is the release of a fluid while engaged in a highly erotic sexual manipulation of the tissues surrounding the urethra near the opening of the vaginal canal. Say what? Technical jargon to describe what it is. There are many websites on the internet which can give you the technicalities necessary if you want to learn in more detail. Here’s what’s really important to keep in mind: the fluid extracted during female ejaculation is NOT urine. Although it’s still uncertain exactly what this fluid is, most sexologists agree, it’s NOT urine. So don’t worry ladies, you’re not peeing in bed!
2. Know your bodies, ladies
It’s important to know your vagina and surrounding genital areas. It’s recommended that you use a hand held mirror for this exercise because it’s important to see where and what’s being stimulated. Many women today use masturbation for sexual pleasure. If this includes yourself, keep up the good work! Keep exploring until you find that certain spot that makes you feel the waves of pleasure flowing through your body the most. Remember to be gentle and use your finger tips for exploration. Once you know what feels good, attempt to try with a partner. A partner can have an advantage based on the better point of view than you have. They also can do something that feels so good. Oral Sex! Oral sex is always great for vaginal stimulation and especially the clitoris; but in this case it is suggested to have your partner use the fingers!
3. It’s the G-Spot again.
This area of the female anatomy has gotten a lot of attention and publicity in modern times due to the fact that it exists! Although controversial in itself, due to a debate regarding it’s existence, if you’re a girl who’s found your G-Spot; then this is where the real fun begins! It’s considered the most erotic part of a woman’s genitals and can provide extreme amounts of pleasure leading to a high intensity orgasm. Stimulation of the G-Spot can trigger female ejaculation both prior to and during an orgasm. So hang on to your hats,girls!
4. Don’t hurry!
Rushing sexual foreplay is always a bad idea, but can be a disaster in this particular case. Making a woman “come” to the point of ejaculation takes time. Relax, enjoy the ride it takes to get their and don’t be afraid to let it all out once achieved! The G-Spot needs to be stimulated for several minutes and consistently in order for their to be a chance at reaching a state of pleasure so intense it causes the urethra to erupt the genital juice. Just like a lot of what women do, it’s done better, when given lots of TIME!
5. Don’t worry!
Don’t achieve ejaculation even after several attempts? That’s o.k. According to recent studies only about 50% of women have achieved this sexual phenomenon. Not everyone has the ability to experience female ejaculation. In fact, some people who have a penis can’t ejaculate. Transgender/Transsexual women who don’t have a vagina (yet) and take medication (hormone therapy)can’t ejaculate (or do very little). So don’t feel bad. Keep in mind, this is not for everyone and it in no way inhibits your ability to enjoy the pleasure of a full female orgasm!