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There have been videos and articles streaming the net contending that female ejaculate is urine. However, this is not true. Although some have urinated during intercourse, there is a difference between ejaculate and urine. Female ejaculate does not have the same components as urine but small traces of urine can be found in it.

Female ejaculate has similar components to the ejaculate of a male. Among other things, both male and female ejaculate contain acids and fructose. Female ejaculate comes out of the urethral opening not the vaginal opening.

How does it work? Some women are squirters and some are not, which a 2002 study attributed to the Skene’s gland, also known as the female prostate. It is believed to be located in the same area as the G-spot, which is near the anterior (front) of the vaginal wall. Whether a female has more of the Skene’s glands or not will determine whether she is able to ejaculate. The more glands she has, the higher chance that she will be able to ejaculate, and vice versa. 

How do you make it happen? When a female ejaculates, she feels the urge to pee when close to—or during—orgasm, so females are advised to clear their bladders out before attempting. There are two different methods known to make females ejaculate, but before inserting fingers, make sure the female is well-lubricated. Consider foreplay to help with vaginal secretions or a water-based lubricant.

One way to get a female to ejaculate is to to apply pressure inside the anterior of the vaginal wall. Make sure to go a few inches in. Start making a ‘come hither’ motion with two fingers. The female should feel pressure of the two fingers near her G-spot. Remember not all females like this feeling, so discontinue if there is discomfort. If not, continue to do the motion.

Alternatively, try clitoral stimulation. Again, make sure the area is well-lubricated beforehand. Rub the clitoris in a circular motion. This skin tissue is very delicate, so be gentle. Again, everyone is different, so some may not achieve orgasm or ejaculation from methods stated above.

Want something more than just body part stimulation? Try these toys for ultimate pleasure:

G-Ki by Je Joue Adjustable G-Spot: This vibrator is designed to stimulate the clitoris and G-spot. It has a wider head, a choice of five vibration patterns in five different intensities, and a silicone seamless body.

G Twist by Good Vibrations: This vibrator also stimulates both the G-spot and clitoris. It has a rigid silicone body and is completely waterproof.

Gigi by LELO — said to be the worlds best selling G-Spot vibrator. It can be used for clitoral and G-spot stimulation. It is completely waterproof and rechargeable. It has an ultra-smooth silicone body.

Delight by Fun Factory: Known as the Rolls-Royce of vibrators. Also known for the ‘Royal Curl’ with an ‘S’ shape that provides dual stimulation of the G-spot and clitoris. Made from medical-grade silicone, this vibrator is rechargeable and has eight vibration intensities and three vibration programs. Very sleek design.

Most sex toys can be purchased from local retailers, online retailers like PinkCherry, or directly from the manufacturer.

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