Female Ejaculation: Can I do it?

February 27, 2016

Female Ejaculation: Can I do it?

 

Women can come violently, spastically, enduringly …but copiously?

 

Absolutely! The truth is approximately 20% of women have reported ejaculating in one form or another. Those who have felt the release, strongly recommend it.

My friends over at Libida.com have come up with some suggestions to help those who want to explore the realm of ejaculation – the female way.

 

Put on the Pressure!


Most women report that their first experience of ejaculating came from stimulating the G Spot (the area of spongy tissue surrounding a woman’s urethra – It can be felt 2-3 inches on upper wall of vagina. Pressing and rubbing this spot causes it to swell leading to intense excitation, and orgasm. This is the most direct route to ejaculation.

 

The G-spot is easy to find when it is stimulated, but requires deep pressure to find it when un-stimulated. A firm, angled toy is often needed to apply enough pressure.

 

Spewing contests

 

Strong (PC) muscles have been linked to female ejaculation. Stronger muscles lead to stronger orgasms and more pronounced ejaculation. The best way to strengthen your PC muscles is by doing Kegel exercise. This is simply squeezing your PC muscles rhythmically. A more advance technique is Yoni eggs – read more about this weighted secret

 

 

Don’t forget the (almighty) Clit. Clitoral Stimulation helps to arouse all of the vital elements to move the process along that much more quickly.

 

Seeing is believing:

 

Seeing other women ejaculate answers some of the basic questions that are otherwise difficult to put into words and gives some idea as to what to expect.

 

Whether you ejaculate or not depends on your anatomical makeup. No matter how much stimulation some women get they may have a clitoral or G spot pleasure, and not ejaculate. Whether you do or don’t, (and by the way, I do) it is an excellent excuse to keep trying.  

 

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