Female ejaculation is one of those things that's wildly misunderstood. Most people think it's pee that comes out when someone squirts spoiler: it's not. And some are even unsure if it's a real thing erm, it is.
What you describe—clear, odorless fluid released when the "right spot deep inside" is stimulated—is classic "female ejaculation. For some women, direct stimulation of that spot on the vaginal wall releases the fluids from that gland. Not all women experience this, but it's certainly noticeable for women who do!
Those of us lucky enough to have achieved or witnessed a squirting orgasm can confirm: Yes, they are startling and the sheer volume of cum may necessitate a few extra towels, but the truth is…squirting orgasms ARE REAL! Lab analysis has revealed that the fluid seen flying across the beds and down the legs of women everywhere is very similar to male ejaculate in chemical composition. The sensation women experience while having a wet orgasm is frequently described as warm and intense and often accompanied by clitoral and vaginal contractions.
Elusive and magical, female ejaculation has always been a mystery for both women and men. While achieving an orgasm for most guys is often attainable; according to research, only 1 out of 3 women experience an orgasm. If you are one of the few who can orgasm or have always been curious on how to achieve your own orgasm, here is an informative guide that can help you reach a climatic sexual experience time and time again.
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When I first heard about female ejaculation, I thought it was a bullshit myth invented by women who accidentally pee during sex, and one supported by fetishists who wanted to believe in it — until it happened to me. I was 25 and had been having sex for about 8 years not consistently, I should say. I have no idea why my body chose that moment — in the middle of a reverse cowgirl with some dude I'd just met a few hours before — to bust out its new parlor trick; in fact, there were a lot of things that confused me about what happened, like, "Where did that fluid come from and what is it?
You hear a gasp. If you can relate, I hope your experiences with female ejaculation have been slightly more romantic. My boyfriend at the time seemed somewhat tickled by it after the fact, but even he— a physician —had it wrong.
When she gushes, it is a clear fluid, almost like water that just pours out from her. I have heard about this and I don't have a problem with it but I would like to know more on this subject and to put my girlfriend at ease. As you say, there is really no problem.
General consensus seems to be that squirting or gushing is the release of some fluid during or just before orgasm. However, not all women experience any sort of ejaculation of liquid at orgasm. Another study found that those who reported orgasming from inside the vagina ie, G-spot were more likely to report a spurt of fluid at the moment of orgasm.
Fair warning, this article will make reference to squirting, gushing and the G-spot. While pornography featuring female ejaculation has been banned in the UKit represents the third most searched category in Australia and has been a consistent point of curiosity throughout history. Many of you may be surprised to learn that females are capable of ejaculation, however, the phenomena has been written about from as early as 4 Century China, where the liquids excreted during orgasm were believed to be imbued with mystical and healthful properties.