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Lady in the Street, Niagara Falls in Bed: What Is This Strange Liquid I’m Squirting?

This young woman produces female ejaculate upon orgasm. She has to use a towel to contain all the liquid that surges forth. She is embarrassed, although her partner sees no problem with it, and wants to be rid of this occurrence. Can she stop it?

Case #: 1638


Is female ejaculation normal? I am talking about ejaculation you experience during the height of an orgasm. I have experienced what people refer to as squirting: fluid that women secrete during foreplay or intercourse at the height of an orgasm. If it is excreted from the urinary tract, how is it not urine? Also, is there any techniques that will help you avoid this embarrassment? I don't like it.


Unfortunately, if you are a woman who ejaculates at orgasm, there is nothing that will prevent you from expelling your ejaculate fluid. However, I can assure you that this liquid is not urine. Many people have wondered about this same instance, bringing multiple ideas of why female ejaculate must be urine to the table. Luckily for the squirters out there, science has conclusively proved that what they’re expelling is definitely not pee.

The True Test

To test this theory, samples of urine and the ejaculate fluid were tested for the presence of ammonia, urea, creatinine, glucose, fructose, PAP (prostatic acid phosphotase), and PSA (prostate specific antigen). The latter two chemicals are produced in the Skene’s glands in females, the corresponding organ to the male prostate. The comparison revealed higher levels of PSA and PAP in the ejaculate matter, as well as the exclusion of ammonia, signifying that this liquid is not urine.

Female ejaculate appears to be a fluid created in the Skene’s glands, and concentrated in the urethral sponge during sexual intercourse. At the point of orgasm, the pelvic muscle contractions forcibly extract the liquid, and it gushes out. While it might feel like peeing, the liquid does not originate, nor at any point reach, the bladder.

Social Aspects

I find it interesting when women write in complaining about their ability to ejaculate. I’ve mentioned before how many men and women find it a sexy attribute in a partner. Obviously, because I haven’t experienced it, I can’t know the embarrassment or pleasure therein. But I’m sure that because it’s a departure from what you see as normal sexual behavior, you feel stigmatized by it.

Desirable, Not Horrifying

While it might not make you feel any better to hear it, I think you should know that many women are surely jealous of your aptitude in this realm. I think most of your partners would be thrilled to find out they were dating a squirter, and I hope you can approach sex with a positive mind set. Let your partner know in advance, put down a towel, and have fun! Sex should always be enjoyable, and this is just one thing that makes you who you are. Embrace it!

Control Your Crotch

If you’re very worried about your female ejaculate being urine, you can work on strengthening your pelvic muscles. Your pubococcygeus muscles, which surround your urethra, vagina, and anus, can be reinforced, giving you much more control over your emissions. Aswini Mudra yoga teaches how to tone these muscles, allowing you to feel more at ease in managing your emissions, and giving you better orgasms to boot! Let go, and let it flow.

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