A female ejaculation is as normal as a male ejaculation. There is not “ONE KIND” of orgasm for a woman. Women have clitoris ejaculations, G-Spot ejaculations, Deep Spot ejaculations, and Squirting ejaculations. They are stimulated by different parts of the clit or vagina and are of a different consistency. The female ejaculate (squirt) is stimulated by the urethral sponge which is why it makes a woman feel as though she has to pee just before having it. It comes through her urethra like just her pee does. It is clear, has no odor, tastes sweet as it has glucose in it.
If the woman is comfortable and lets it happen without trying to hold it back, it can shoot from her quite far. It is a full-body experience which leaves her shaking and she can have many of them. A clitoral orgasm is caused from direct stimulation to the clit, and usually she can only have one from that as her clit becomes very sensitive quickly. There are as many nerve endings in a woman’s clit as in a man’s entire penis. The G-Spot is stimulated properly by using a lot of lube and firm strokes with a finger. It causes powerful orgasms also. A woman’s orgasms change in consistency from the watery, clear ones of the female ejaculate to white creamy ones from deep inside of her.
A female orgasm is just as much about the mind as the physiological part so you must have a lot of foreplay and let her feel very comfortable so she will relax and just let it happen. Also, never penetrate a woman until her body is ready for penetration. Studies show that only 29% of women have ever had any kind of orgasm!
For women who can squirt, this is one of the most amazing feeling in the world!
New Scientist is making no promises, but for women who would like this experience, here are some tips from US sex educator Deborah Sundahl.
Start with whatever techniques are normally best for arousal, for example stimulating the clitoris.
Next move on to the female prostate, or the G spot – it’s probably the same thing. If the woman is lying on her back, this is directly above the uppermost wall of the vagina, or nearest to her tummy. This area should be stimulated with one or two fingers making a “come here” motion.
It is normal if the woman feels like she needs to urinate, as the prostate tissue surrounds the urethra, the tube through which urine leaves the bladder. She should ignore it and keep going.
With time and practice, a woman may experience orgasm and ejaculate.