What is female ejaculation?
Female ejaculation is that a female's urethra expels fluid when she becomes sexually aroused or is about to come, but there is not necessarily an association with having an orgasm. In addition, female ejaculate usually contains PSA (prostatic acid phosphatase) and fructose, and both of them present in male semen acting as an energy source for sperm.
There are two different types of female ejaculate:
Squirting fluid: This fluid is usually colorless and odorless, and it occurs in large quantities.
Ejaculate fluid. This type more closely resembles male semen. It is typically thick and appears milky.
How to make a female ejaculate?
Female ejaculation is a real thing, and not as elusive as G-spot and mysterious as people usually like to make out. Today you’ll learn how to ejaculate when alone as well as how to make yourself squirt when you’re with your man. Here is the step-by-step guide according to a sex educator. By the way, ejaculation is not pee!
Something beforehand: take your time, find and stimulate your G-spot (use a dildo or wand massager) and be patient without mental stress.
1. Set the scene;
2. Make yourself comfortable and get rid of all the mental and physical tension;
3. Make sure you won’t be disturbed;
4. Allow yourself plenty of time and take your time;
5. You may also want to “waterproof” the area by laying several towels under you;
6. Find your G-spot;
It's inside the vagina, 0.5 to 2 inches from the entrance, on the vaginal wall towards the stomach. It's the only surface inside the vagina that isn't totally smooth. It feels like the surface of a golf ball or the skin of an orange.
Take time to get a full view of the vulva. Sit on the floor, knees bent with a mirror between your legs. Open your upper labia if necessary, push your pelvic muscle and you may see the “golf ball” surface towards the entrance of the vagina.
If your G-spot is too high to be seen this way, you can use a see-through speculum, ensuring you turn it 90 degrees in order to have the two penetrative parts towards your legs, leaving the G-spot speculum-free.
7. Gently and slowly stimulate
Remember this isn’t a race for performance, so take your time and explore with no expectation.
Please use sufficient lubricant to make sure the sensation will be comfortable, this will also reduce the risk of soreness or injury. Go for a water-based lube (as silicone lubes may be longer-lasting, but they can't be used with all condoms and silicone toys). Natural lubes are the best because they don't contain harmful potential irritants.
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