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October 23, 2011

Ring Ring Ring…

-Hello, this is the sexual operator.

– Hey, I would like to ask another question …several really

S Q U I R T I N G
Can women really do this?
How common is squirting?
What are they squirting?
What is the biological function?
Why is this phenomenon spoken of in popular culture only recently?

I’m thinking it could be a myth or some trick photography or stunt.

-Ah yes, the question on everyone’s mind.  There is lots of misinformation about female ejaculation due to a general misunderstanding of female anatomy and pleasure.  I will try to clear this up.

Before we talk about female ejaculation, lets talk about the male ejaculation process. They are very similar but one is more familiar to us.

An ejaculation for a male consists of fluid from the seminal glans, testes and prostate.
The fluid from the prostate is an alkaline fluid. Because the vagina is a highly acidic place, this alkaline fluid helps to protect the sperm as they voyage through the treacherous land down under. When a male receives a prostate massage, it is forcing extra fluid out of the prostate. The fluid may emerge in conjunction with an orgasm or with a regular ejaculation or all three may happen at the same time. The total volume of fluid is anywhere from .1 ml to 10 ml (a teaspoon is 5 ml). The force with which it is expelled from the body varies with every male. While usually we think that an orgasm and an ejaculation in a male are the same thing, they actually can occur separately from each other. In this culture, we place emphasis on the ejaculation rather than the orgasm in males.

When addressing pleasure in females, this culture often focuses on orgasm and ignores the ejaculation. In reality, most women emit fluid when they orgasm. It is usually a small amount which may not be noticed to due to the amount of other fluids present like male ejaculate and lubricate. Women also have prostates which emit fluid to help protect the sperm.  Sometimes you will see this gland referred to as the Skene’s Gland.  Female ejaculate is definitely not urine. However, to the naked eye, it may seem to emerge from the same place as pee. Women urinate from the meatus which is located just above the vaginal opening. Around the meatus are tiny invisible holes from which the prostate fluid emerges.

Just as males emit anything from almost nothing to buckets of fluid at varying forces, so do women. Some squirt large amounts like Niagara. Some slowly release large amounts like the Mississippi.

Most release a small amount like a dripping faucet. What you see in porn does exist but it is not common. And even those ejaculations probably are not real but a stage trick like much in porn.

Reasons why people find female ejaculation appealing vary. Freud would most likely blame it on penis envy. Perhaps women wish they had penis and the functions that come with them like ejaculation. Or maybe the culture has masculinized the women to the point that biological functions must change as well. Women of today are much more “manly” than 50 years ago as they trade in their full skirts for pants and their secretary jobs for business executive positions. Women in all areas are encroaching on what was previously thought to be a man’s territory. We now see this in the bed as well. Not only are women rising out of missionary position but they are also taking over the role as ejaculator. Finally, ejaculation may be appealing because it is a tangible evidence of pleasure. Women orgasm and have nothing to show for it in the end. There is no proof. This culture measures a man’s pleasure by his ejaculation. A woman may also wish to prove her pleasure in this way. Fluid says to the other partner “Hey, I had a good time. So good that my body couldn’t help but release all this!”  But readers, these are just my speculations.  Perhaps you can think of another explanation?

So why has this phenomenon gained such a focus? Women have always been ejaculating. We never talked about it because we never talked about anything related to female sexuality. In The Vagina Monologues one elderly woman talks about the first time she had sexual intercourse. As she orgasmed a “flood” came out of her. She was so embarrassed she never had sex again. But now, as this culture warms to the idea of females having a sexuality it has become curious about all the wondrous things female bits can do.

I hope that with more information, this culture will be more understanding about the capabilities of women’s bodies. We will not expect them to do more than they can.  We will not be horrified when they do more than we expected.  Human bodies are extraordinary with so much variation and possibilities.  I hope that our culture will mature so that our bodies are no longer a thing of novelty or of shame.

Links to The Vagina Monolgues – The Flood Part 1 and 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EumHeeffqmo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9r1sAcKLRU

Sources:

Scarleteen.  Sexual Response and Orgasm:  A Users Guide.

Scarleteen.  Squirt: On Female Ejaculation.

Betty Dodson and Carlin Ross. Sex Information Online.  How to Squirt.

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