How to Female Ejaculate
During G-spot stimulation, many women have experienced a rush of clear fluid (not urine) from the urethra during intense arousal or orgasm. For some women, female ejaculation happens naturally and without their control. For others, female ejaculation is something that they can teach their body to do. Many women who do ejaculate naturally have tried to hold back their ejaculations out of embarrassment or because they’ve mistaken it for urine. To those women we say, ejaculation is a gift! Let your fluids flow!
What is Female Ejaculate Made Of?
Female ejaculate is a clear fluid that is not urine but is actually very similar (chemically) to the prostatic fluid found in men, and is created by periurethral glands. This fluid is released through the urethra, which has led many people to confuse ejaculate with urine, but we assure you they really are different. The average amount of female ejaculate is estimated at around 1-2 teaspoons.
How Does a Woman Achieve Ejaculation?
The most common way to achieve female ejaculation is through stimulation of the G-spot, which is an area of spongy erectile tissue located inside the vagina along the vaginal wall. It is also known as the periurethral sponge. The periurethral sponge surrounds the urethral opening, which is where urine exits the body, and is located approximately 1- 2 inches or more inside the vagina along the front wall (towards the bellybutton). Since the PC muscles help push fluids through the urethra, learning how to both relax and contract the muscle may also help the ejaculate release from your body. It is possible, though less common, for women to achieve female ejaculation through clitoral stimulation.
You may find that ejaculating is easier in certain positions, especially if your hips are higher than your head. While a pillow or two definitely makes it easier, if that doesn’t do the trick, check out sex positioning pillows. These pillows give you great support, have a machine-washable cover and are the right angle for G-spot play for lots of folks. Plus, they make it easier to combine G-spot play and oral sex!
Since some people ask what the G in G-spot is for, it’s named for Ernst Gräfenberg, a German gynecologist who published some of the first research on this sexual organ.
Other Useful Ejaculation Tips
- Being able to contract and release your PC muscle can help with achieving female ejaculation. You can strengthen your PC muscles (as well as learning how to relax and contract them) by doing Kegel exercises. This article explains where the PC muscle is and how to strengthen it: What is Your PC Muscle?
- Worrying about whether or not you will ejaculate is a sure way to throw yourself off (just like worrying about an orgasm), so make sure you’re in a comfortable place and try not to pressure yourself. If it happens, great. If not, don’t stress about it and have fun.
- Adding clitoral stimulation to your G-spot stimulation might be just the ticket to get your ejaculate flowing, so always make sure to listen to your body and do what feels good. Not only does this have its own rewards but it might turn out to be just the thing to set your fluids free.
- If you are worried about accidentally urinating while relaxing and contracting those PC muscles, create a space for yourself that will let you explore your body in peace. If placing towels beneath you, or even moving your exploits into a bathroom, will give you the freedom to let yourself go, then do it. Trying anything new for the first time (especially when it involves your body) can seem embarrassing or even a little scary; what matters most is that you make yourself as comfortable as possible and try to enjoy what the experience has to offer you.
So grab your partner, your fingers, or your favorite G-spot toy and start exploring. You might even realize that female ejaculation is something you’ve done before. And if female ejaculation just doesn’t seem to happen for you, at least you’ll have fun trying.