Female ejaculate is a small amount of whitish fluid that occurs during or just before you climax. Female ejaculation has been documented as far back the ancient Romans. A group of glands are embedded in the tissue around it, the paraurethral glands. Since then, several other paraurethral glands have been identified.
Female ejaculation isn't a myth. Learning to squirt when you come can add an astonishing dimension of profound ecstasy to your orgasms. We'll demystify the how and why of "VAJaculation," and show you which sex toys can help you achieve the powerful, gushing explosions. The biggest misconception about the squirting orgasm is that the liquid involved is pee. It isn't.
Despite how sexual you may be as a woman, very likely have you never experienced the amazing experience of squirting. It is like the Holy Grail for women to be able to say that they know how to squirt, and for men to say that they've been with a girl that can squirt. What a lot of people wrongly assume, however, after years of never experiencing squirting, is that you or your partner are physically unable to squirt.
Everyone knows men are capable of ejaculating during orgasm. Female ejaculation is commonly referred to as squirting. Squirting is the expulsion of fluid from the female body at the height of orgasm.