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Besides creating intimate products for women, we have developed a pleasure-positive sex ed program on female sexuality by working with experts to bring you reliable and accessible content. This week, let’s talk: female ejaculation! Once we leave porn myths and bait-click content aside, what’s the real deal?
It can be a bad experience for those who get it, but others who have never had one, female ejaculation is a holy grail. Often taboo, it is actually still poorly understood today. Here are some beliefs about female ejaculation, challenged by a sexologist.
False. Some women actually secrete, during a sexual intercourse, a liquid that can be abundant – up to 150 ml, that is half a can of soda – and which is not of the cyprine, the vaginal secretion produced during the excitation phase.
False. Barely acknowledged 20 years ago, “squirting” is now the 7th most popular search criterion on pornographic media sites … So, female ejaculation is by no means disgusting, on the contrary: it is quite arousing for many.
In part. The emitted fluid contains urea, creatinine and uric acid – components of the urine. It may also contain a small amount of a liquid secreted by the Skene glands – the female prostate.
Not necessarily. While some say they only ejaculate when the orgasm is very intense , others testify that it happens to them every time. In reality, female ejaculation would be more a story of letting go than pleasure: the more the woman indulges in her pleasure, the more likely she will ejaculate.
False. Like for male ejaculation, the woman does not control it once it has been triggered. On the other hand, it is not inevitable: emptying your bladder just before sexual intercourse can decrease the probability that it will happen. On the other hand, it’s useless to drink litters of water hoping to provoke that phenomenon … Again, female ejaculation is a story of letting go: the more we chase after it, the less likely it is to happen.
Sex ed, when any, is often restricted to important yet fear-mongering topics, and it leaves out the fun part of sex. That’s why, along with our collection of intimate products for women, we work with experts to bring you reliable and valuable tips about sex.
Vaginal stimulation, clitoral play, labia sensitivity…. as we design our vibrators for women,we stay up-to-date with the latest research on female anatomy and pleasure by working with the medical community. Sensual toys are great tools to explore one’s body, but having access to reliable knowledge about sex and anatomy is key to unlock one’s pleasure potential. That’s why we invite sexologists on our blog. This week, we talk clitoral vs vaginal orgasm: what’s the real deal?
Our mission is to normalise the perception of female sexuality. Part of our work is to create friendly intimate products for women to enjoy their sex lives.