Does Your Woman Ejaculate?
Written by Lee Jenkins
When a woman reaches orgasm, she may actually ejaculate. This is especially true for orgasms as a result of G-spot stimulation.
This happens because of the Para-Urethral Glands, which is a female version of a man’s prostate gland.
The fluid the para-urethral glands produce is similar to that produced by the male prostate and, as in the male, passes into the urethra – and in some cases may pass into the vagina. The glands fill with fluid during sexual arousal and may be felt through the vaginal wall.
As it turns out, many people who experience a squirting orgasm think that this liquid is pee, or even vaginal lubrication. But studies of the fluid ejaculated through the urethra have shown a different chemical composition than urine…it’s clear, and if you actually smell it, you’ll find that it doesn’t smell like urine at all! The fluid produce from female ejaculation is odorless.
What If She’s Really Worried That She Might Pee?
Women sometimes will get the feeling that they need to urinate when their G-spot is stimulated. This is perfectly normal; however, the problem comes in when she becomes concerned and self conscious about wetting the bed.
This can drive her in a state of arousal and relaxation, to the point of stress and anxiety. If this happens, she may not be able to have an orgasm at all at this point. If she’s trying hard to hold it in, she’s not focusing on the sexual pleasure you’re giving her.
She needs to be completely relaxed, and be perfectly comfortable if she does happen to ejaculate. If she gets the feeling that she needs to pee, let her know that she can “let it all out”. She won’t be peeing the bed, but it will still be really wet once the ejaculate gushes out.
If she’s still concerned, you can try stimulating her in the bathtub so any fluids that do come out doesn’t soak up the bed.
Female Ejaculation Training
A trick you can use to “train” your partner into become more comfortable with “letting go” is to go with her to the bathroom whenever she’s urinating.
If she hasn’t urinated with you in the same room, she might feel anxious, and have a hard time urinating. Let her get comfortable with you to the point where she can easily pee while you’re there.
Once she releases her PC muscles and starts urinating, reassure her and comfort her.
Associating the encouraging words along with your presence will allow her to feel comfortable enough to let go and urinate. Do this until she’s perfectly comfortable with you being there when she’s urinating.
Now, whenever you’re stimulating her G-spot, say hatever line you used in the bathroom). Because you’ve already trained her to the point where she feels relaxed urinating in your presence while you’re encouraging her, she won’t have the previously held inhibitions, and she’ll end up “letting go” and possibly ejaculating!
Lastly, another way to “train” a woman to ejaculate is by strengthening her pubococcygeus muscles.