can women really squirt/ejaculate?

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Registered: 07-03-2007
can women really squirt/ejaculate?
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Thu, 06-14-2012 - 8:02pm

Are there any real women (and not just porn stars ) that can squirt? I mean normal everyday wives....?

Is this a true phenomenon? has anyone tried jason julius s videos?

is the orgasm with squirting significantly better than regular o?

mel2010
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Registered: 02-09-2007
Tue, 03-04-2014 - 7:38pm

Whether you agree or not that we all start as females... the rest of it is pretty true as far as the anatomy comparison goes.. When I squirt my gspot doesn't necessarily need to be stimulated. Sometimes just my clit. Sometimes I can trigger the squirting on mybown. Other times it's completely unexpected. I would say it's 80% mental. It's about being really turned on.  And squirting is different than other orgasms. I sometimes have a vaginal orgasm right before or right after I squirt. Sometimes I squirt and feel the muscle contractions but not necessarily a peak physically (but a mental one). Either way it really turns on the boys and helps with lubrication. 

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Registered: 10-19-2010
Sat, 08-04-2012 - 7:36am

All babies do NOT start out female.  The presence of the XX or XY chromosone is present from the moment of conception.   Sperm carries the sex chromosone, therefore determining  the sex of the baby.  A baby doesn't  just magically become a boy or a girl. 

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Registered: 05-29-2012
Thu, 08-02-2012 - 10:26pm

Most folks don't know that all babies start out female and become male after a certain length of time, not sure how long, in the womb.

Men and women have basically the same organs in the sexual area. They develop differently, but they are still there.

The prostate is the G spot, the testes become the ovaries, the vaginal lips become the sack, that's why they have the seam on them, the clitoris becomes the penis etc etc.

If a man's prostate is stimulated, his orgasm will be greater in intensity and duration. Since the female has the equivalent to the prostate, when it is stimulated it will release a liquid that is similar to the liquid the prostate makes to carry the sperm from the testes through the urethra and out.

You can see that the female should be able to ejaculate.

The mystery comes from all the ignorance of the G spot being cleared up. Wasn't long ago that they said the G spot didn't really exist.

With the knowledge came experimentation and then the newness of FE.

Don't worry if you don't. From what I have read not all women can or do have FE.

Before anyone says I am wrong on any of this, look it up.  My information comes from several sources and you will find it is accurate.