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Female ejaculation, squirting and women’s prostate glands: another huge sexual breakthrough!

Female ejaculation, squirting and women’s prostate glands: another huge sexual breakthrough!

Yes, they CAN! According to scientific surveys, somewhere between 10 and 50% of women are capable of ejaculating. Yes, you read that right: ejaculating! Whether it’s accompanied by an orgasm or not, women are able to produce a veritable flow of erotic juice when they are stimulated in the right way. Commonly known as ‘squirting’ in the porn industry, it’s one of the hottest topics in the world of sex nowadays. Today we will be looking at this phenomenon, its history, the science behind it and…with a bit of guidance, how to make this amazing sensation occur.

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First, a bit of background. Dating all the way back to the ancient Romans, writers reported that women produced a thin fluid that “flowed like a river when they experienced the greatest pleasure”. What is more, it is mentioned in the Kama Sutra as well as centuries-old Japanese erotic literature that describes fluid gushing from women’s genitals during orgasm. So, given that we have known about it for thousands of years, how come it has only recently been recognised? Why is it that such esteemed sex researchers as Alfred Kinsey, and sex therapists Masters and Johnson, dismissed female ejaculation as nothing other than extra thick vaginal lubrication? Indeed, many women themselves are aware of releasing fluid and yet they are reluctant to admit it, as they feel embarrassed about ‘peeing’ when they come.

To find the answer to this mystery, we have to go back to the 1880s and the work of the Scottish gynaecologist, Alexander Skene. Skene discovered a series of tiny glands— later called Skene’s glands— situated in the tissue surrounding the urethra. He went on to prove that they produced fluid. Later research carried out by American sexologists in the 1980s showed that vigorous stimulation of the G-spot, located on the front wall of the vagina, increased the probability of female ejaculation. Exploring the sensitive nerve endings of the G-spot by using two fingers or a sex toy is a great way to find out for yourself. However, it was the work of the Slovakian researcher, Milan Zaviacic that has proved key in our understanding of this sexual enigma. Based on medical evidence showing that enzymes characteristic of the male prostate as well as PSA itself (prostate-specific antigen) are present, he argued that the fluid comes from the female prostate, a gland that many people denied existed for over 100 years. In conclusion, he stated that, in actual fact, the Skene’s glands are the female prostate and should thus be renamed.

Female ejaculation, squirting and women’s prostate glands: another huge sexual breakthrough!

Nonetheless, if women possess a fluid producing prostate gland just like men, why don’t they all ejaculate? At the moment, the answer is unclear. No doubt, more research needs to be done. It may even be that some women simply don’t ejaculate. But for those men who, like the writer, love to give a woman the greatest pleasure imaginable, making it your own personal research project can only lead to having a happy lover, whether you achieve it or not.

At this point, it’s probably worth pointing out that it’s best to approach this amatory technique with realistic expectations; the kind of wild, copious squirting by porn actresses in the throes of ecstasy is no guide to what happens in real life. Various books and videos on the subject are now widely available. For those who would love to investigate this red-hot theme, there can be no better, more understanding companion than the kind of highly experienced, super sensual young ladies who are available at barcelonaescorts.com. Skilled in all the arts of love, these dazzling escorts possess just the kind of open mind and willingness to try out new things required for breaking new sexual ground and, who knows, maybe finding the answer to an age-old question.
Female ejaculation, squirting and women’s prostate glands: another huge sexual breakthrough!



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