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Female EjaculationFemale ejaculation is an expulsion of fluid that some women experience at orgasm. While not a common occurrence, scientific investigation has revealed that it is most certainly a real physiological phenomenon. Even so, controversy persists among scientists regarding the nature of this event and no theory fully explains why some females ejaculate while others do not. To confuse matters even further, some women who experience female ejaculation report that it occurs intermittently. In this article we'll uncover some of the research conducted on female ejaculating in an attempt to shed some light on this rare and mysterious phenomenon.

Female Ejaculating or "Squirting"

Although female ejaculation is a rare occurrence, I'm sure that some reading this article (both men and women) can attest to its existence. Having had first-hand experience myself with female partners who "squirted" during orgasm, I can tell you it's something that you'll not quickly forget. When suddenly confronted with a geyser of vaginal fluid, feeling surprised is nothing short of an understatement!

Since episodes of female ejaculation are rather uncommon, science has for years struggled with accepting the validity of this event. In fact, until fairly recently its very existence was considered controversial. New research however appears to uncover evidence that a historical record of female ejaculating dates back at least 2,000 years.

History of Female Ejaculation

In a recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers note that literary references to female ejaculations go back several thousand years.

Asian References

"In ancient Asia female ejaculation was very well known and mentioned in several Chinese Taoist texts starting in the 4th century. The ancient Chinese concept of female ejaculation as independent of reproduction was supported by ancient Indian writings. First mentioned in a 7th century poem, female ejaculation and the Grafenberg spot (G-spot) are described in detail in most works of the Kamasutra."

Western References

"In ancient Western writings the emission of female fluid is mentioned even earlier, depicted about 300 B.C. by Aristotle and in the 2nd century by Galen. Reinjier De Graaf in the 16th century provided the first scientific description of female ejaculation and was the first to refer to the periurethral glands as the female prostate."

The researchers conclude that "Credible evidence exists among different cultures that the female prostate and female ejaculation have been discovered, described and then forgotten over the last 2,000 years."

What Causes Female Ejaculation?

It had been suggested that women who experience an expulsion of fluid at orgasm were suffering from a form of coital incontinence. This however does not seem to fit the results of at least one study†† that showed women experiencing female ejaculation having normal voiding patterns and no bothersome incontinence symptoms.

In another study††† researchers speculated that the Skene's gland (recently renamed the "female prostate") was responsible for female ejaculation. This gland, much like the male prostate, expels fluid during orgasm. Since the structure of this gland varies greatly from one woman to the next, and in some cases is entirely absent, it is possible that this may explain why the phenomena is observable in some women but not others.

This finding still does not answer the question of why some women experience female ejaculation only intermittently. It may be that a specific type of stimulation is required to trigger the mechanism.

Interviews on Female Ejaculation

To better understand the causes of female ejaculation, and to determine if certain penile characteristics such as length and thickness play a role, I questioned five separate women about their personal experiences. Each woman reported having experienced female ejaculations a minimum of two times over the course of their sexually active lives.

You can find the complete interview with the specific questions and answers located here: Female Ejaculation Interviews.

While the results indicated a wide variance of sexual preference among these subjects, one particular trend was immediately evidenced. In all five cases, penile girth (thickness) seemed to play a dominant role in the frequency of female ejaculation.

The exact correlation between the thickness of the penis and female ejaculation frequency is not completely clear. It is possible however that the increased amount of surface area stimulation provided by a penis of large girth is somehow conducive to triggering the onset of female ejaculation.

This conclusion is of course only speculation since there have been no scientific studies (to my knowledge) that either confirm or refute this hypothesis. It is a well known fact that the majority of women consider penis size an important factor in overall sexual satisfaction. That being the case, it would really come as no surprise if the actual proportions of the penis (length, thickness) were directly tied to the likelihood of producing female ejaculation.

Sources:
The History of Female Ejaculation / DOI 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2010.01720.x
††Female Ejaculation ... Detrusor Overactivity? / DOI 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2007.00541.x
†††The Female Prostate Revisited / DOI 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2007.00542.x

Posted by PRS
Friday, May 28th, 2010

2 Responses to "The Female Ejaculation Controversy"

The only controversy is that it isn't spoken about often enough. It's a lot more common than some people would have you believe and barring some physical abnormality every woman is capable of achieving female ejaculation to some extent.

I am a female who experiences "squirting". It is an amazing experience that I want every time I have sex. I do for the most part do it myself although I have had one partner who learned my body so he could do it for me so with him I could just lay back and "explode" all over him. I must say the men that I have felt comfortable enough with to show them actually loved it. One guy thought that I peed on him. His first reaction was ewwe. But quickly got over it. The only abuse I can give is enjoy it to the fullest cause it's the best and the other is make sure that who you show you want to be with that person because of stalker issues.

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