Apparently All Women Ejaculate!

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Apparently All Women Ejaculate!

Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Ok so I am watcing an episode of Dr. Laura Berman's Show and she gets a caller who is terribly confused and wondering if he is a urinophiliac because his exgirlfriend used to orgasm and pee on him during it...and he loved it!

She explained to him that a recent study has shown that female ejaculate comes from the same tissue that would have made the prostate gland and that it is chemically different from urine, in fact it's chemically similar to seminal fluid.

In the same study they discovered that women who ejaculated outwardly (squirted) had perfectly normal urine just afterward whereas women who orgasmed but didn't squirt had the ejaculate fluid mixed into their urine! The theory is that every woman does ejaculate but for some of us the fluid travels back up into the bladder and is excreted afterwards.

So if you don't actually squirt you are not abnormal!! She did say that you can learn though....
06/06/2011
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
Always wondered ... with urinary incontinence, would the ejaculate just dribble out instead of squirt? Or just dribble out no matter what?
06/06/2011
That Man from Mars That Man from Mars
Bah, I call BS. The urethra is so close to the opening that I can't see how the fluids could possibly go down the vaginal canal and then somehow completely turn backwards and for no discernible reason go up the urethra (which is often naturally closed off during sex).
06/06/2011
Mr. & Mrs. Peg Mr. & Mrs. Peg
Squirting comes from the urethra. "GUSH" is a great video and has some really great information from the esteemed Dr. Carol Queen.
06/06/2011
That Man from Mars That Man from Mars
It's a widely debated topic. Most biology experts (as well as biology itself) show that the 'g-spot' (which is developed from the same fetal tissue as a prostate prior to the fetus reaching the stage of having an actual sex) is sort of wrapped around the urethra. During intercourse this tissue swells with fluids. About a bottle cap worth at most. The swelling of the tissue tightens it around the urethra and closes it off, which is natural and allows sex to continue without need to urinate. Males have a variation of this as well.

During a contraction, however, it is possible (and perfectly natural) for there to be times when the 'g-spot' tissue flares/contracts, forcibly opening up the urethra and pushing fluids down.

It is debated what these fluids are in entirety, but much of the time it's a mixture of urethral lubrication, urine, and inevitably (as it comes out) some vaginal lubrication.
06/06/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
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Originally posted by Airen Wolf
Ok so I am watcing an episode of Dr. Laura Berman's Show and she gets a caller who is terribly confused and wondering if he is a urinophiliac because his exgirlfriend used to orgasm and pee on him during it...and he loved it!

She explained ...
That's crazy cool! I personally squirt, but I've started to wonder if I pee because my squirting fluid isn't so milky looking anymore like it used to be. It's getting a little yellowish. I did recently change a medication which could have a lot to do with it, but I'm still not sure.
06/06/2011
Sir Sir
Hm, interesting!

Considering the fact that I am into watersports, I suppose that this is the reason why I never cared either way, regardless of what fluid did come out of my partner. HA!
06/06/2011
[Red] [Red]
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Originally posted by ToyGurl
That's crazy cool! I personally squirt, but I've started to wonder if I pee because my squirting fluid isn't so milky looking anymore like it used to be. It's getting a little yellowish. I did recently change a medication which could ...
That Man from Mars makes a good point, though; it's perfectly natural, even if there is a bit of urine in it. It's -supposed- to, that's how it works. So no worries.
06/06/2011
iveversxe iveversxe
I would be hesitant to use the term "all" as it is impossible to prove that all women ejaculate and the research on female ejaculation is limited. There is so much variation among human beings, that I would hypothesize that the amount that women can ejaculate would fit on a bell curve (For those that are unfamiliar with statistics, a similar example would be height - most people are within a certain range but there is a smaller number of people that are extremely tall or extremely short). However, it is only a guess since there have not been any comprehensive studies to date.
06/07/2011
married with children married with children
i am all for it.
06/07/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
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Originally posted by [Red]
That Man from Mars makes a good point, though; it's perfectly natural, even if there is a bit of urine in it. It's -supposed- to, that's how it works. So no worries.
That's very true. I remember even reading a study that said semen from males has traces of urine in it. But nonethless, I am a strong believer in squirting. I have so many friends ask me if they are peeing and they say it feels great but they stop themselves... and I'm like "Girl, you were about to squirt!"
06/07/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
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Originally posted by [Red]
That Man from Mars makes a good point, though; it's perfectly natural, even if there is a bit of urine in it. It's -supposed- to, that's how it works. So no worries.
That's very true. I remember even reading a study that said semen from males has traces of urine in it. But nonethless, I am a strong believer in squirting. I have so many friends ask me if they are peeing and they say it feels great but they stop themselves... and I'm like "Girl, you were about to squirt!"
06/07/2011
REDRUM REDRUM
That's so neat! I learn something new everyday here.
06/07/2011
tim1724 tim1724
Quote:
Originally posted by Airen Wolf
Ok so I am watcing an episode of Dr. Laura Berman's Show and she gets a caller who is terribly confused and wondering if he is a urinophiliac because his exgirlfriend used to orgasm and pee on him during it...and he loved it!

She explained ...
Makes sense. Some men apparently have something similar called retrograde ejaculation.
06/07/2011
tim1724 tim1724
Quote:
Originally posted by ToyGurl
That's crazy cool! I personally squirt, but I've started to wonder if I pee because my squirting fluid isn't so milky looking anymore like it used to be. It's getting a little yellowish. I did recently change a medication which could ...
Male ejaculate can be somewhat yellowish at times, too, depending on the relative amounts of the constituent compounds. So it might not be urine.
06/07/2011
K101 K101
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Originally posted by iveversxe
I would be hesitant to use the term "all" as it is impossible to prove that all women ejaculate and the research on female ejaculation is limited. There is so much variation among human beings, that I would hypothesize that the amount that ...
I get what you're saying. For it to be proven that ALL women do it, we would need to study it on ALL women. 50% or even 90% DOES NOT MEAN ALL women.

I have serious G - spot O's, but it's like a waterfall, not a freakin' water gun & why is it that everyone under the sun seems to be putting another stress on women about doing something. My God women are getting so frustrated at tryingto "squirt" because it's the sexiest thing (fad) right now. It's starting to get old. I'm not trying to say it's an actual stress on women like being a certain body type, but whew! I've been feeling the pressure on it lately. It seems like everybody everywhere thinks women are sexier if it squirts out. WHY? Why not just be happy that she's coming? Does it HAVE to squirt? If we absolutely cannot make it happen like that, say it waterfalls rather than squirts then what? We're not going to be good enough for that too? Not that it's that serious of an issue with every person, but man I've heard a lot of people who are practically demanding their partners to squirt rather than just enjoy the sex and come. Does it really matter HOW it comes out as long as it does?
06/07/2011
newlady newlady
Thanks Airen Wolf. That was really interesting.
06/07/2011
SexyLilPixi SexyLilPixi
Sweetness! As long as I know I can learn, I'm good.
06/07/2011
deletedacct deletedacct
This is fascinating, I wish i could squirt
06/07/2011
Ariel6909 Ariel6909
Quote:
Originally posted by Airen Wolf
Ok so I am watcing an episode of Dr. Laura Berman's Show and she gets a caller who is terribly confused and wondering if he is a urinophiliac because his exgirlfriend used to orgasm and pee on him during it...and he loved it!

She explained ...
I do my man lovessss it!!! And man does it feel great
06/09/2011
Drakoni Drakoni
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Originally posted by That Man from Mars
Bah, I call BS. The urethra is so close to the opening that I can't see how the fluids could possibly go down the vaginal canal and then somehow completely turn backwards and for no discernible reason go up the urethra (which is often naturally ...
Female ejaculation is actually more of a side effect of male ejaculation. We have similar bits that are modified between male and female. Female ejaculate fuild isn't meant to have a lubrication purpose and doesn't come from the vagina. It comes from glands near the bladder that are analogous to the prostate.
11/17/2011
LQ LQ
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Originally posted by Drakoni
Female ejaculation is actually more of a side effect of male ejaculation. We have similar bits that are modified between male and female. Female ejaculate fuild isn't meant to have a lubrication purpose and doesn't come from the vagina. It ...
If I recall correctly, you're a little backwards. All babies start as female (kinda-sorta) & hormonal changes tell them to be male. So really, men are just big copy-cats.

Anyway, I've just started squirting & so done lots of experimentation with white towels and such. I gush. I don't gush pee. I've smelled & tasted quite thoroughly. The fluid is slightly musky (in a normal sex smell way, not a pee way.) It's clear & if there are any vaginal secretions added in, they are minimal.

Anyway... We've got plenty of debate on this in the G-Spot Grotto, so I won't go on and on... but I just had to say "bottle cap worth??" *raises eyebrow*
11/17/2011
ijako9 ijako9
I've heard that ejaculate can contain traces of urine which does make sense in my mind I wonder if she ever found that in her studies
11/17/2011
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