How Does Female Ejaculation Occur?
The female body is completely complicated, especially when it comes to sex and sexuality. However, one of the most controversial questions about the female body is female ejaculation. Is female ejaculation the same as squirting? Do they mean the same thing? These are important questions even some females do not understand about their bodies. If you need to understand the female body better, or you’d like to understand the differences between these two, you should read this content to the very end. Getting clarity between these two concepts is very significant, as it helps you understand some important activities that happen in your body as a female. If you are a man, and you are reading this, it’s definitely going to help you understand your spouse’s body better.
What is female ejaculation?
Irrespective of what you’ve heard, read or made to believe, you do not need to have vaginal sex or any form of penetration before you ejaculate. All you need is your urethra, which is the tube that facilitates the movement of urine out of your system.
So, in a nutshell, a female ejaculate when fluid (doesn’t have to be urine) is released from the urethra during orgasm or sexual arousal. Note that this is very different from the vaginal fluid. What this does, is lubricated your vagina and keep sex enjoyable. When this happens, you haven’t orgasmed or ejaculated; you are simply “wet.”
How frequently does ejaculation occur?
You’d be surprised to note that ejaculation is somewhat different from person to person. While other ladies might have ejaculation 15 to 20 minutes into stimulation of the clit or having sex, others take longer. There are different factors responsible for this, and this factor could predict if a lady would ejaculate or just maintain the vagina wetness throughout the sex. Most times, you might experience ejaculation during orgasm so, be sure you and your partner are doing all it takes to make you orgasm. Having orgasm when having sex is one of the few means of enjoying sex; it is one of the pointers that you enjoyed the intimacy you both shared. You can also visit cam sites, watch live squirt cam girls and see how they achieve ejaculation. It’s an interesting means of learning about the female body, especially in live sessions.
Is ejaculation the same as squirting?
Several persons use these terms interchangeably, although ejaculation and squirting are two different things. Note that squirting is the release of fluid, and it’s always more than ejaculation. So, squirting is then defined as the gushing of fluid from the urethra. This fluid is primarily urine, but with a bit of ejaculation. It should be noted that this squirting comes from the bladder through the urethra, the same mechanism as when you pee – only sexier.
Ejaculation, on the other hand, is the release of a thick, whitish fluid that has the appearance of diluted milk. So, it could be compared to the release of semen in men. In a nutshell, ejaculation and squirting are not the same. Although most persons believe they are the same.
What does ejaculation feel like?
Peradventure, you are confused about the feelings you get from ejaculation, squirting or even when you are wet; this would help out. However, be sure to note that these feelings may vary from person to person. Ejaculation for some persons feels nothing different from having an orgasm without the main ejaculation. So, they get the same feeling when they orgasm and ejaculate and when they only orgasm. For others, it’s like a rising warmth felt between their thighs or a tremor about to come down from between their legs.
It is worthy of noting that true ejaculation happens when you orgasm. However, it could happen from mere clitoris stimulation to G-spot stimulation. Also, you should note that the position you take during sex, as well as the intensity of the sex, could determine how you’d feel when ejaculating.
Can one predict ejaculation?
Ejaculation is not riding a motorcycle, it’s not similar to riding a horse, but you can perfect the concept of ejaculation. It’s possible to control and predict when you ejaculate; however, it takes a lot of practice. First, you need to understand your body, find out what works for you, and how your body responds to touches and sexual advances. Once you know this, it becomes easier to predict when you ejaculate. But having the opportunity to feel what feeling good is about is one of the best feelings ever.
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