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The Mysterious and Wet World of Female Ejaculation

8 February 2018 31 comments

Banned in porn films in the UK and Australia for its obscene nature, this controversial bodily fluid was once associated solely with male sexuality and penises. But the times are changing and finally the West is discovering a wet wild world ripe with mystery - the world of female cum.

The Mysterious and Wet World of Female EjaculationThe Mysterious and Wet World of Female Ejaculation

The very first time I experienced female ejaculation I was merely 18 and like most women during their first time I was intensely embarrassed and thought bladder incontinence had started early - way too early. So I booked myself in to see my gynecologist, as back then I couldn’t ask Google or Siri, and he sat there, smiling, telling me that I was “one of the lucky few ladies” who was able to orgasm this way. Turns out it wasn’t pee after all but in actual fact female jizzle. It was vagizzle. Of course I knew it wasn’t pee as peeing is a completely different sensation. Needless to say, I was relieved when he told me I wasn’t spraying urine like some feral cat. But exactly what is female ejaculation?

Since my first squirt, female cumming has become a far more mainstream topic and one that has finally received its well deserved attention. The only problem is that it still holds the stigma of “not every woman can squirt”.

So what exactly are we talking about here?
When a woman is sexually aroused she can experience an involuntary emission of fluid which comes out of her vagina in a squirting or gushing like manner. It refers to a solid amount of fluid being excreted, ranging from 30-150ml - in other words enough to wet the bed sheets.

There has been much debate about what female ejaculation consists of with some scientists claiming it is in fact an involuntary emission of urine and others disproving the urine theory completely claiming the fluid originates from the Skene gland (equivalent of a female prostate). Chemical analysis of studies vary just as widely - half of the studies showing a clear difference between urine and the liquid excreted during orgasm and others showing a mixture of PSA (an enzyme produced by the G-spot) and traces of urine.

How to tell if you are peeing or cumming?
Female ejaculation is accompanied with a euphoric feeling, called an orgasm, where as passing urine isn’t. At least not for this blogger! Whilst squirting means it’s wet and wild, it certainly doesn’t come out like a long constant stream of urine. Oftentimes, this is how squirting is depicted in porn movies - when in actual fact the starlets are giving their partners a luke warm golden shower. Having said that, all women cum differently - some have more, some have less, but it shouldn’t come out as a strong consistent flow as urine does. Think the old water guns that you had to pump rather than the Trevi Fountain in Rome. If you are really unsure, empty your bladder before sex so that you’ll be more comfortable that you’re releasing your sex fluids and not the residue of the lemon lime bitters you had for lunch.

Gushing throughout history
The Chinese Taoists would no doubt be laughing at us for patting ourselves on the back for finally discovering female ejaculation in the 21st century when they were talking about it in the 4th century BC. Turns out female ejaculation was a hot topic in several texts belonging to ancient civilizations such as the Chinese, Indians, Romans and Greeks. I bet your maths teacher didn’t tell you just how much Hippocrates knew about the “female sperm”! Many ancient civilizations understood feminine sexual power so much so that they believed the sweet nectar (female cum) possessed great healing and mystical powers, some going so far as to call it “The Holly Water” (just don’t tell your church going aunt).

Ejaculation is reserved only for the special few. And men.
We are still holding on to a debilitating dogma surrounding female sexual expression - one which dates back to religious days when holly men couldn’t get their head around Jesus being conceived from intercourse thus making his mother a virgin. Oxymoron anyone? To say that only a small percentage of women can release their sexual fluids out of their bodies through arousal and orgasm is an insulting outdated notion. Why is it that all healthy men can ejaculate, yet only 10-12% (figures change depending on which research you look up) of women can do the same??

It’s time to start thinking clearly and accept that we are all anatomically equipped to ejaculate.

If you want to know how to squirt stay tuned for the next blog. In the mean time, I’d love to hear your views on female ejaculation. What do you think when you hear the words “female ejaculation”? Is it sexy? Is it gross? Can you do it or do you know someone who can? Comment below, I’d love to hear from you!

Written by Maggie May
Maggie May is a sexologist and a writer. She is a lover of all things sensual and sexual.

Luke Warmwater 9 February 2018 at 9:45 pm
As a guy, I think it's extremely sexy. i got turned on just reading this article (until I got to the words "church going aunt"!). I'd love to meet a girl who can squirt and teach me how to make her squirt but sadly, the very very very few women I've talked to (and by very few I mean like... three) don't even know what squirting is. Maybe they're pretending not to know? In any case, the more mysterious it is, the more I want to know about it. Very much looking forward to your next "how to squirt" blog, Maggie May. Hope you give some pointers (and by pointers I mean in-depth directions) for the wandering male.
SHAWN SHLONG 14 February 2018 at 9:30 am
My Mrs has and can, I'm 43 she's 41. We bought a midnight bodywand from an adult store as that's what the usual suspects were using in the porn we have seen women squirting with. A little foreplay (she likes to give me head while buzzing on her) then a buzz with the wand till she cums (keeping it on her buzzing through the cum). and will often result in a squirt of some form. Then jump straight in with your hard c*#k and it's instant cum again. That's for us anyway
Maggie May 15 February 2018 at 7:35 pm
Mr Shlong (love it) - thanks for sharing your experiences. I'm sure many readers will be curious to try your routine. Toys are a great starter to get women relaxed and lost in the moment - a necessity if she is to squirt. I shall write more posts on the different ways partners can make their woman ejaculate. Watch this space!
Maggie May 15 February 2018 at 7:31 pm
Dear Luke, I can't say whether your female friends are pretending not to know anything about squirting or not. Some women are still embarrassed about it as they consider it a loss of bladder control issue. However, not many women seem to be able to squirt. So it wouldn't surprise me if they were being truthful. Stay tuned for more blogs on squirting. Yes I shall divulge the nitty gritty details on how to make a girl squirt. Stay tuned!
Ivy 12 February 2018 at 10:52 am
I have squirted before, but it doesn't happen every time. I'm super curious to know why, because I've tried doing the same things sexually, but it just hasn't happened regularly. My orgasms aren't any stronger when I do squirt, though. It happened to me for the first time in over two years the other week. It's pretty cool, but makes no difference with orgasm sensation or length, for me personally.

Interesting read!
Bobby 13 February 2018 at 6:39 pm
You need to be relaxed and aroused at the same time and the right zones in your body need to be stimulated.
Maggie May 15 February 2018 at 7:40 pm
Bobby has a good point. Watch our blog site for future articles which talk about exactly this - how to achieve the squirt. Best part of it all is - practice is the key. Sure for some women it cums (ahem) naturally but for others who have yet to experience it, practice is the key. And practicing squirting is not like when your mum asked you to practice your times tables. Getting to know your "right zones" as you called it, and being completely relaxed and lost in the moment, is a sweet subject to practice... There is truly nothing sweeter. Thanks for your comment.
Ivy 1 March 2018 at 2:16 pm
Thank you Bobby for telling me how female orgasms work.
Maggie May 15 February 2018 at 7:37 pm
Ivy thank you for your post. I love hearing from women and their sexual experiences especially on such a taboo and misunderstood topic. I shall be posting a blog in the near future on how to achieve ejaculation which I'm sure you will enjoy reading. Being present to the sensation and pleasure to the exclusivity of all else is essential in the art form of squirting. Would love to hear from you again.
Shels 13 February 2018 at 6:56 pm
I’m a 55 year old woman who has just reached my peak and has begun ejeculating/squirting. It’s the most amazing feeling. Loving it. Bring it on.
Maggie May 15 February 2018 at 7:43 pm
Shels I particularly enjoyed your comment. Women can at times be reserved about sharing their own sexual experiences as they are afraid it will be too "negative" or even too "positive". But in reality there is not negative or positive - our sexual experiences are just that. They are what they are and they are ours - no good or bad. So I really appreciate your sharing. And how inspiring that you are at your peak at 55. You give hope to so many women with this comment. You go girl!
Nevs chick 16 February 2018 at 5:02 pm
Hi Shels. I'll be 52 this year and I've found the same thing happening. It's almost like sexual awakening. I feel a lot less self conscious and more confident. Although I'm no longer married but in the process of getting back with my last ex who really opened my mind sexually by just loving me for who I am (a chunky girl) . On the subject of squirting it's happened to me only once but it was incredible. I'd love to be in that zone again and am enjoying trying to get there LOL Thanks for the great article by the way Maggie.
Jim 14 February 2018 at 8:43 am
My partner had never experienced the female ejaculation before. Her first, as the articles state was a shock to her and an embarrassment. Once she got past that point it became the doorbell to a strong clitoral orgasm followed by the euphoria of an amazing vaginal climax for us both.
I think the pleasures we both get from this is enhanced by our relationship, a very open & honest one whereby we talk a lot and are pretty well aware of each others needs, not just sexually and are comfortable. We are in our mid years and I would like to think we have a lot more fluids left in us both.
Maggie May 15 February 2018 at 7:45 pm
Jim I am officially stealing your line "I think we have a lot more fluids left in us both". Love it! Thanks for sharing your experience - it is wonderful to hear how sexual intimacy can enhance a couple's experience of the relationship. Hope the two of you have a lot more wet and wild sex on your To Do List to tick off! Enjoy!
Greg 14 February 2018 at 7:30 pm
Hi All, Female ejaculation is a wonderful moment for the partner of a woman having an intense orgasm, it confirms your intimacy. Personally I get great satisfaction from the experience, what turns me on the most is knowing I am pleasuring my partner. I feel very lucky to have experienced female ejaculation, from conversations, it appears many men have not been as lucky.
Maggie May 16 February 2018 at 8:57 am
Greg your take on a woman's orgasm is spot on. It is pure bliss when a woman shares her intense orgasm with her partner - squirt or no squirt. A higher vibration of intimacy is reached when partners share something as personal and intimate as orgasms. You are indeed fortunate to have experienced such a bond. Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed reading your comment!
Kelly 16 February 2018 at 10:18 am
i have always been interested in squirting. This is a great article which introduces female ejaculation. I am looking forward to the next post. The comments were also interesting to read and give me hope that despite being middle aged perhaps I too can learn how to squirt. It's never too late it seems. Thanks MM.
Maggie May 19 March 2018 at 8:25 pm
Kelly - I am glad to hear you have enjoyed this article. As I mentioned to one of the other readers below, it has been interesting to note that most women who have shared their experiences have been middle aged. With maturity comes growth and wisdom and a certain acceptance of oneself, of life, that helps us navigate throughout this world a little smoother than our younger self. It is for this reason that more older women are discovering their sexuality. With that growth comes relaxation and acceptance and with that acceptance comes the ability to open oneself up to sexual pleasure and the present moment and that my dear Kelly is the key to squirting. So go on - start practicing. I'm sure you'll get a lot out of it and no it is definitely never too late! Just last weekend I met a 92 year old man who has a 74 year old wife and she told me that she cannot keep up with him in bed. I believed her as his lust for life was out of this world. I truly thought he was in his late 70s. So no - it is never too late. Thank goodness!
Shaun 19 February 2018 at 4:45 am
Hi maggie may, your my dream because you are very informative
Im aware of the 9 different area`s a woman can be stimulated to orgasm, but Im trying to find out how to be sure I can make her orgasm with a creamy white discharge. Is this a climax ?
Thanx
Maggie May 19 March 2018 at 8:20 pm
Shaun - I am happy that you are enjoying the blogs.

As I mentioned to Chris, sometimes discharge can be creamy sometimes it can be clear. This all depends on where a woman is in her cycle. The discharge can be a sort of "pre cum" or a female erection. Often times women will find it on their undies and not even know they really had it until they visit the toilets. When a woman ejaculates (squirts or gushes), the cum may vary also. As I am sure you have noticed, some men have very thick creamy cum and others don't. This same rule applies to women and many various factors play a role in to the why. I will be posting an article in the near future about how to make a woman orgasm but it is important to note that everyone is different and the best approach is to really connect with our sexual partner (be it male or female) and relate to them on an intimate level which focusses on truly exploring The Other. Have fun Shaun!
Nat 24 March 2018 at 8:43 am
Educate me please what are the nine areas of female stimulation for climax
Angela Peterson 21 February 2018 at 2:32 pm
It’s about time people started talking openly about this topic! This is so important for both men and women to understand and be aware of... I would even go as far as saying I believe this topic should be discussed at an earlier age, rather than leaving it till later as it tends to happen to many women and in turn missing out on all the fun! Looking forward to your next article
Maggie May 19 March 2018 at 8:15 pm
Angela - I like your enthusiasm and am glad you're on board. Please spread the word and hopefully we can get more men and women aware of this glorious mysterious world of female cum. Towel manufacturers will surely thank us!
Chris 21 February 2018 at 5:04 pm
I once had a pre-orgasmic girlfriend who started squirting about 6 months into our relationship - amazing for both of us.
For the record the emission of fluid comes out the urethra not the vagina - I'm sure that has a name, but it isn't a 'squirt', maybe a dribble?
Maggie May 19 March 2018 at 8:13 pm
Chris - I am glad to hear you and your girlfriend reaped the benefits from sex filled with squirting/dribbling/gushing. The source of fluid (all sexual fluid) is something scientists have argued about for many decades. Some claim it is urine. Some claim it is not urine at all but rather vaginal sexual fluids. And others say it is a mixture of both plus some other goodies thrown in there. The urethra is a tube which connects the urinary bladder to the urinary meatus. Its purpose is to remove urine from the body. Urine doesn't come out of the vagina, it just goes over it as the urethra is located above the vagina and below the clitoris. Often times when a woman is excited, not necessarily during sex, she can have "dribble" coming out of her vagina. This can often be a clear, stringy or slightly creamy secretions. This is NOT gushing or squirting. It is one of the signs that a woman is excited and can occur during the day at any point and not due to sexual activity. Similarly, a woman's clitoris becomes hard and swells up (ever so slightly) when a woman is aroused.
Emma 24 February 2018 at 12:35 pm
Through the years I have on and off, but it wasn’t a sure thing. In my 40’s now and will cum almost every time. 7 times yesterday, it was a good day ;)
Maggie May 19 March 2018 at 8:06 pm
Emma - 7 times in one day is a solid amount well done girl! How much more relaxed are you afterwards?!

It's an interesting point to note that most women who have shared their stories seem to have started squirting once they hit their 40s and 50s. This is hardly surprising as generally women are more comfortable and secure within themselves at this age - our 20s are riddled with insecurities about who we are and what we want. Very few young women take the time to get to know themselves and accept themselves, thus blocking their ability to release their sexual essence. I am glad you have reached a point in your sexual development where you can enjoy orgasm and squirting as a "sure thing".

Now why not try for 8?!
Marie 3 March 2018 at 3:27 pm
Im in my 40s and have started this wonderful sensation of squirting, it happened the for the first time 18mths ago, with my new partner, was very embarrassed when it happened as didn't know what was going on really, and well it has happened every time since, no matter what position, so now part of the routine is to have plenty of towels in the bedroom to place underneath us lol, he is also very proud of himself lol satisfying for us both, especially at our age :) i think it really comes down to being with the right person and having that connection between you both, as it has been mentioned being relaxed and open definitely helps.
Maggie May 19 March 2018 at 8:02 pm
Marie - Thank you for your interesting sharing, I'm sure many readers will get something out of it. Most definitely having that connection with your partner AND yourself is the key to being able to squirt. Towel on!
Nat 24 March 2018 at 8:40 am
Very informative, can you please do a blog on “fanny farts” I have found that since I hit my 30 it’s a very common thing for me and a lot of mates that I talk to about it
Louie 13 April 2018 at 10:51 pm
I've always been a squirter and loved every minute of it. Best thing was when I met up with a guy years later that wanted another round because he thought I'd pee'd but a few years later he discovered female cummin and squirting and figured out what he'd missed out in but no second chances you enjoy it or it's gone
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