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Clue is on a mission to help you understand your body, periods, ovulation, and so much more. Start tracking today. Ejaculation is a powerful bodily experience that has long been associated with penises and male sexuality. But ejaculation from the vulva or vagina can also happen—before, during, after, or without orgasm. Squirting is just one part of that. During sex, some people with vulvas experience the involuntary emission of fluid.
Accurate information and conversation about the sexual realities of female-ased folks—whose bodies are still often subject to myth and mystery—is fantastic. That creates a lot of unnecessary pressure! It seems that we have been ejaculating for a long time. Inurologist Joanna Korda and her colleagues combed through translations of ancient literary texts and plucked out multiple references to the ejaculation of sexual fluids 1.
The Kamasutra written in — A. Infemale ejaculation was banned from UK-produced pornography. The ban was met with considerable protestas it implies that ejaculation from a vulva is somehow perverse, while ejaculation from a penis is completely normal.
There is no conclusive agreement among scientists regarding the composition of female ejaculatory fluid Although still unclear, female ejaculate fluid has been demonstrated to contain urine, and may also contain a combination of other fluids as well InDoula and Sex Researcher Dr. Amy L. Gilliland saw that existing studies of female ejaculation failed to take into the experiences of the people ejaculating, so she interviewed 13 women about their experiences 6. Now, it happens often and I feel like I have much more control over it.
I can squirt much further distances these days and larger amounts of liquid.
With time my feelings have definitely changed: as long as the surface is OK to squirt on, I really enjoy squirting and find it very pleasurable. I was all wet, it felt so great! These days I squirt mostly at the beginning of my cycle: the first week or two after my period finishes. I really feel good about squirting. I like how it makes people happy or surprised. Every time I have sex I identify as a different gender, or as someone with every gender possible. When I squirt I feel really good with my body and my gender.
So sometimes I can orgasm after, but usually after squirting I need to stop the sex — squirting is already something intense for me. I was masturbating in the shower with the pressure stream from the shower head, and I just came really hard, squirting out. Now I squirt every time there is the right pressure put on my G-spot or when I masturbate with the shower head.
Most of the time I orgasm and squirt at the same time, but sometimes I will squirt shortly before or after I come. I feel great about it and have done since the first time. I feel very sexy and powerful when squirting. I was so scared to pee myself, so I said stop. I relaxed, and I ejaculated. It was very nice, a bit messy but very intimate. My partner was excited too.
I think seeing someone let go is a sexy thing. Now I ejaculate more often. It happens before orgasm, then if I keep fucking a bit I will come afterwards. Breathing techniques have helped me to relax, to ejaculate, to control my orgasm and also make orgasms stronger. It could also be that more people ejaculate than they think, just in smaller amounts that go unnoticed. Instead of focusing on a destination, why not just put a towel down and enjoy the journey?
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