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[NSFW] What's your opinion of female ejaculation?

Asked by ETpro (34247 points ) January 21st, 2012

SWIM wanted me to call upon the cleverness of the collective on this cumming issue. As you may know, the subject of female ejaculation is controversial. Medical science has yet to reach a consensus on whether it even exists, or is just a release of urine some women experience during the pelvic contractions of orgasm; and if it exists, what sort of fluid is involved.

Since it seems tied to very powerful orgasms, it may not be an easy subject to study in a laboratory setting, so some skeptical scientists may just not believe in it because they can’t figure out how to bring it into their lab for study. More’s the pity, because I am sure they would immerse themselves in their research if they could routinely produce female ejaculation in their lab.

Here’s what SWIM would like to ask the Fluther collective. Have you observed or experienced female ejaculation? If so, what can you tell SWIM about what the liquid is like? What orifice/s does it emanates from? How does it differ from the usual vaginal lubrication a woman pours out when she’s sexually excited? Does it look the same? Does it smell the same? Does it taste the same? How can you be certain it’s not a minimal release of urine during the pelvic contractions of a powerful orgasm? What sort of sexual stimulation seems to most often bring on female ejaculation? For ladies that have experienced it, does it feel different from a non-ejaculatory orgasm? How so?

SWIM notes that his woman seems to squirt when he burries his face in her cunt, and tongue caresses her clit just right, and she gets a very powerful orgasm. He doesn’t put a finger up her vagina, so no g-spot stimulation is involved in his case. When it happens, there isn’t much additional fluid released, and SWIM doesn’t know where it comes from. But the smell of it is incredibly sexy to him.. He loves her standard sex scent, but her ejaculate takes sex scent to a heavenly plane. It grabs SWIM right by his reptilian brain and he goes wild eating her out, so that she usually comes to yet another cum in short order. So he’s pretty sure female ejaculation is a real phenomenon and that it surely isn’t pee. SWIM just wants to know what the collective can add to his FED (Female Ejaculation Database).

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tranquilsea's avatar

I’ve experienced orgasms of varying strengths for years and I’ve never experienced this even with the strongest of them.

Aethelflaed's avatar

Yes, I ejaculate sometimes. I know it’s ejaculate and not urine because I pee right before I have sex, and there’s just no way my bladder fills up with that much liquid in that short amount of a time unless I’ve just chugged a Big Gulp. It comes from my vagina. It’s mostly the same as regular fluids, but a little bit thinner and slicker, and a slightly more neutral taste and smell. I don’t entirely have it figured out why I ejaculate sometimes and not other times (it’s not a strict clit vs g-spot thing, or the both of them… I dunno). But, it really doesn’t relate to how powerful the orgasm is for me. If I’m ejaculating, that really doesn’t mean it was an extra-hot orgasm for me, it might even be a fairly mild, mediocre one. The only difference is, then there’s all this extra liquid.

King_Pariah's avatar

Just find a squirter, you’ll know it’s ejaculate and not urine, especially when eating them out.

ETpro's avatar

@tranquilsea That is widely reported. If there is such a thing, it is very clear that not all women experience it.

@Aethelflaed Thanks for the confirmation. That’s a clever way to eliminate the pee theory. Naturally, SWIM loves extra fluid. “You can’t swim in a dry pool.” he’s always saying. Can you feel it happen, or is it just there after a cum with no difference in feeling?

@King_Pariah Hehe! Just read the question details. You’ll find that’s exactly how SWIM knows it’s ejaculate and not pee—not that SWIM would object to the latter. SWIM is a real kinky type, that’s for sure.

Aethelflaed's avatar

@ETpro I can’t feel it initially emerging from wherever it does (g-spot, cervix, wherever…), but then there’s all this extra liquid running down the crack of my ass, and that I feel.

ETpro's avatar

@Aethelflaed What a tragic waste of divine deliquescence.

Aethelflaed's avatar

@ETpro I know, right?

RealEyesRealizeRealLies's avatar

Tell SWIM that SWIY will have to SWING a lil’ bit more to find out.

ETpro's avatar

@RealEyesRealizeRealLies I’m sure he gan swing it. :-)

Aethelflaed's avatar

“Hi, um, I’m trying to do a scientific study on female ejaculate, would you be open to being a participant in my research, wherein I go down on you a lot?” “Yes, please.”

ETpro's avatar

@Aethelflaed Talk about being the head researcher. :-)

augustlan's avatar

I can do it. I’m pretty sure it’s not urine, but not completely sure. Even if it actually is urine, I have to say… it is awesome. That is all.

zensky's avatar

Tastes like chicken.

mattbrowne's avatar

I would ask the question: Can anatomists pinpoint the glands creating it and describing the underlying mechanism capable of producing the ejaculate? Tasting like chicken or not.

bkcunningham's avatar

It is the paraurethral glands.

ETpro's avatar

@bkcunningham That’s a contested topic, Some have proposed the paraurethral glands as @bkcunningham notes. But others have pointed out that the Skenes glands are capable of making well more fluid in a short period of time than it typically measured in female ejaculation.

nikipedia's avatar

Can we maybe be a bit more judicious in our use of the c-word? Not sure why but it really bothered me in this context.

And here are some scholarly articles on the topic.

Coloma's avatar

Yep, it’s real. It is from G-spot stimulation and in my experience men with a nice curve to their penis hit the spot, pun intended. ;-)
The first time a woman experiences this is mind blowing, I remember thinking ” OMG! Did I just wet the bed, what WAS that?” lol

ETpro's avatar

@nikipedia Excellent links. Thank you

@Coloma Maybe the G-Spot helps trigger it, but as SWIN explained to me, when he produces it solely through clitoral stimulation, there is no way the G-spot it causing it, His tongue isn’t that long, and isn’t down in that opening anyway.

HungryGuy's avatar

As has been said, it’s not completely understood. My theory is that some women produce prodigious amounts of vaginal secretions and have very powerful kegel muscles. The two conditions, together, produce a sort of ejaculation effect from the vagina during orgasm.

Keep_on_running's avatar

@nikipedia “Can we maybe be a bit more judicious in our use of the c-word? Not sure why but it really bothered me in this context.

I had the same reaction. The amount of detail in the question also freaked me out…

Coloma's avatar

@ETpro

Hmm…well, one of the great wonders of the female world. ;-)

bkcunningham's avatar

I agree with your theory @HungryGuy.

Blackberry's avatar

I’m not sure what it is: is it urine or what?

ETpro's avatar

@HungryGuy & @bkcunningham My theory is that it comes from the Skene’s glands and that is what has led so many to conclude that the fluid is urine,

@nikipedia & @Keep_on_running To each his own. I have the same sort of reaction with the prudish seek to censor others. My attitude is if you find something offensive, don’t read it.

MilkyWay's avatar

Oh it exists alright. It smells and tastes different from urine. It is NOT urine, it feels different when it’s coming out. Passing urine feels hotter, whilst squirting doesn’t.
I’ve had lots of times when I needed to go to the bathroom and pissed there, after squirting shed loads. And it’s not just from g-spot stimulation, I’ve also had it from clit stimulation.

Keep_on_running's avatar

@ETpro I couldn’t really help reading the ‘c word’ as I didn’t expect it coming, but I’m certainly not trying to censor anyone, I just didn’t understand the need to use it in this context, like it’s an acceptable everyday word. Of course if you don’t find the word offensive, it is just that. But, would you consider people not using the ‘n word’ prudish? Hmm, just wondering, honestly not trying to start an argument. Also I was kinda joking in the second part of my comment. :)

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

I don’t think it’s urine. It doesn’t smell or feel or taste like urine. It also doesn’t feel like I’m urinating when it happens.

MissAnthrope's avatar

I dated a woman who would ejaculate when having an intense orgasm. Hers seemed to be mainly G-spot driven; she intentionally had toys with larger heads and curves and things for this purpose.

I never tasted it, mainly because it would usually happen while I did her with a strap-on, so I can’t comment there. I will say that the smell and the viscosity were completely different from a woman’s general wetness. More viscous than urine, less viscous than girl ‘come’. The temperature was very warm and we would have to put absorbent pads down because the amount was often fairly profuse.

I came pretty close to doing it myself once, with her help. She took her time, used an amazing toy, and walked me through it. It felt like an immense amount of pressure that would feel really, really good if I could release it, but I just couldn’t let go in the right way. It did feel as if I had to pee, so maybe that hung me up, being afraid I was going to pee all over the place.

judochop's avatar

Q: What is my opinion about female ejaculation?

A: Pretty dang neat.

Aethelflaed's avatar

@Keep_on_running The n word and the c word aren’t really that comparable. There’s no context in which the n word is good, while in this context, the c word is a thing to be loved and worshiped. For some people (like myself, in this context), it is an acceptable, everyday word.

nikipedia's avatar

@ETpro, it is difficult to simply un-read something one has already read.

That said, for what it’s worth, I generally agree with you about censorship.

IzzyAndHerBeans's avatar

I’ll be honest. I think female ejaculation is a blessing and a curse. It’s a curse because it’s impossible to achieve within like 45 minutes. It’s a blessing because the emotions felt both during and afterwards are unimaginable and create a sense of euphoria. But, truthfully, I’ve never been able to obtain a full-fledged orgasm without spending hours at it. Who knows if something is wrong with me or not. However, there have been instances during sex where I’ve felt like there was no turning back and I’d see some fluids on the bed afterwards.

Ponderer983's avatar

As a woman I ejaculate, but not all the time. It’s not urine, otherwise I think guys would freak out and I’ve kissed guys after and there is no urine smell. It happening does not depends on the intensity of my orgasm. Although, I do notice this happens more often with a second, third, etc orgasm of my sex session. Not so much on the first. It is thinner than regular vaginal lubrication and doesn’t seem to have as much of a smell as well.

ETpro's avatar

@Keep_on_running There are several “c” words in this discussion, and some people find each of them objectionable. I did not write any of my OP or responses to discussion with the intent of offending anyone. But as sure as I subsititute a different euphemism for whatever “C” word it is that toasts your noodle, the substitute will be on someone else’s offensive word list.I really do not know how to discuss this topic without resorting to language that some people will be offended by. I put the NSFE warning at the beginning of the post and tried mny best to word the OP with language that would define what would be discussed without resoprting to crude language. But the question should be enough to forwarn what might “come up” (sorry fopr the pun) in the discussion.

Keep_on_running's avatar

@Aethelflaed The n word and the c word aren’t really that comparable. There’s no context in which the n word is good, while in this context, the c word is a thing to be loved and worshiped. For some people (like myself, in this context), it is an acceptable, everyday word.

I’ll just have to agree to disagree on this one.

Aethelflaed's avatar

@Keep_on_running If you want to be offended, be offended. I’m just pointing out how widely opinions vary on the matter, and given that I can’t think of one single term for the female genitals that doesn’t offend someone, I don’t think this was an obvious error on @ETpro‘s part.

judochop's avatar

Later for giggles, let’s see if we can set up a shooting range in the bedroom. Woot!

ETpro's avatar

@Keep_on_running & @judochop Thanks for getting my back. @judochop You too, I think, but is that a gun barrel I feel sticking in it? :-)

judochop's avatar

bang bang

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