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Where does it comes from? Is it pee? And how might I make it happen for me? The first time Gilly, 41, squirted, it left her on a high.
I took a photo of the wet patch so I could reassure myself that it really had happened. Tash, 26, was a bit more floored — and worried about the carpet. I mopped up the rug, then had a google. In the 17th Century, Dutch anatomist Regnier de Graaf wrote a groundbreaking treatise, Concerning The Generative Organs Of Women, describing the fluid and linking it to an erogenous zone inside the vagina that was much like male prostate. This broad spectrum of findings is partly due to differences in how studies are conducted and definitions; but many specialists view female ejaculation and squirting as distinctly different things.
One of the biggest questions surrounding squirting is whether the mysterious fluid produced is simply urine. And certain research hints it could just be wee. In one study, a sample of women were asked to go to the loo prior to sexual activity and then undertake ultrasound scans to prove their bladders were empty.
After the women became sexually excited they were given a second ultrasound, which showed their bladders had re-filled ificantly. Scientific analysis of expelled fluids conducted by American sexologist Beverly Whipple in the early s and then subsequent studies by others discovered that urea and creatine — chemical constituents of pee — were only present in very low levels.
One of these was prostate-specific antigen, or PSA. In men, PSA is produced by the prostate. Anecdotally, scores of women who squirt agree.
Scientists have even suggested that squirting may have a purpose beyond pleasure: to keep women peeing painlessly post-sex. Some scientists have hypothesised that ejaculatory fluid could flush harmful bacteria out of the urethra after they have made their way up there during intercourse, helping prevent uncomfortable urinary tract infections. Ultimately though, however the body squirts, what it squirts out and whether or not this has bonus benefits — why should any of that matter if it feels good?
Many women who do ejaculate say that what gets them there is stimulating the G-spot: an area about cm inside the vagina. It's on the front wall so towards your belly button, not your back and sometimes feels slightly rougher or more textured than the surrounding flesh. And this we now know to be like an iceberg: the hood and head you can see on the outside of the body are merely the tip of a much bigger organ that extends downwards around the vaginal passage.
Other hot tips? Put a towel down first. And, as we're all made differently, remember that not everyone actually likes this kind of stimulation. And definitely stop if you're not having a good time. Some women feel there are expectations placed upon them to summon up Niagara Falls from their nethers by partners who might have watched squirting-themed pornography.
So what viewers see on camera — and try to copy at home — may not be fully feasible. The lesson?
Approach it with a sense of open-minded fun, not obligation or stigmatisation. A final note on squirting in porn, and the law. Ending racism in business: 'We've still got work to do'. Alix Fox 5 August Share this:. Copy this link. Warning: sexual content. So, what is the liquid produced during ejaculation and where does it come from?
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