For many — men and women included — squirting is a mysterious occurrence. Where does the liquid come from? What does it feel like? And crucially, is it urine? You might laugh, but in the UK banned squirting in porn, apparently because it's difficult to tell the fluid apart from pee which is also banned.
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Jessica Shepherd wants to ensure you have the answers you need to feel at ease. A: Just like when men ejaculate, women can too. But, women obviously can do so. When we have a climax, we do ejaculate. We have glands that are located around the vagina and these glands really are [desgined] to keep the vagina moist and to make sure we can get rid of bacteria and irritants. During climax, when you do have an increase in the amount of secretions that are built up, and then during ejaculation, some of that can be released.
No other sexual phenomenon is as shrouded in mystery as female ejaculation. Even today the concept of squirting is still often met with scepticism. So is female ejaculation real or merely a stunt invented by the porn industry?
You know how people blame Disney movies for giving people unrealistic expectations about love? Well, I blame porn for giving me unrealistic expectations about sex. If porn were any indication of people's everyday sex lives, we'd all be firing off liquid streams of erotic bliss at every climax. Sorry, but no. That said, the elusive sex sensation that is squirting isn't entirely impossible.