How I Mastered Female Ejaculation

Science can't explain where it comes from or why it happens, but quite frankly I don't care. Pass me a towel.
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Science can't explain where it comes from or why it happens, but quite frankly I don't care. Pass me a towel.

The male ejaculation is a well-documented physiological phenomenon. It is part of the reproductive process, and essential for the continuation of not just the human species, but many others as well. Stimulation of the male member, or penis, results in the release of seminal fluid containing spermatozoa into the female vagina. The little sperms swim away up into the fallopian tubes and hopefully one of them will fertilise an egg.

Are we all now clear on that? Is it quite clear from my introductory paragraph that i studied biology at A-level (twice) and actually listened in the sex ed bit? Yes, male ejaculation is fully understood by the world in general. It is accompanied by an orgasm, and shortly afterwards, sleep.

But female ejaculation is still a cause of debate amongst the professionals.  People still don’t really know for definite what it is made of, where it comes from or why it happens.

My relationship with my own ejaculate began half a lifetime ago, at the age of 17. I had read about it in More! magazine (the source of almost all my teenage education and inspiration on sex) and it aroused my curiosity. I wondered whether I would be able to do it to myself, and set out on a journey of self-discovery and masturbation. I remember it as if it was yesterday; the feeling of liquid shooting out of me, soaking my hand and my sheets. It was an incredible feeling - different to when I had come before. Afterwards, I felt amazing and exhausted. And open to a new way of achieving orgasm.

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Once I did it the first time, there was no stopping me. Yes, I had to change my sheets as often as any boy my own age should; but I did learn that lying on a towel was an easy way of keeping the mess to a minimum. It was such a liberating feeling; for me, it was far more intense and exciting than the orgasms I had from my clitoris. They only came from inside me. It is an empowering feeling - afterwards I feel shaky and out of breath. Much more so than if I don’t gush.

I’ve researched other people’s experiences on the internet and there seems to be a consensus amongst people on two things. Firstly, that no one knows what causes it or why it happens. Secondly, that it is a very very good thing, and people who have been on the receiving end of a hot jet of liquid shooting out of their lover’s vagina find it  huge turn-on, when they know how sexy they can make someone feel.

It’s not pee, but it probably comes from the bladder. It’s probably something to with with the previously unheard of female prostate, or maybe the Skene’s glands, or the g-spot, or who knows. It’s another mystery of the workings of the female body. Like the synchrony of periods, or PMT, or recognising the smell of your new-born baby, our bodies are complex things that scientists simply can’t explain.

And quite frankly, thank god for that. Having things in my body that can’t be explained by science or experts or logic adds to the mystery and allure of woman.

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