AskMen may get paid if you click a link in this article and buy a product or service. We won't judge you for being curious we are, too : Can women really, um, squirt? You've seen it in so many porn vids you've lost count and when you talk to that one dude who always brags about his sex life and his size , he can't stop going on-and-on about how he makes his girlfriend 'come' every time they get naked. But while squirting — or its actual term, female ejaculation — isn't a myth or impossible, it'll take some true studying of her body, practice and being very comfortable with a big mess hey, she's been putting up with yours all this time to make magic happen in the bedroom. This makes it a fun endeavor for couples who have been together for many years, as it provides a way to shake things up in the bedroom and challenge your limitations and sexual education.
What causes it? And should we care? Salama and many other researchers say female ejaculation and squirting involve different fluids that originate in different parts of the body, both of which can be expelled during extreme arousal. Yes, some women have a prostate!
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For millennia, humans have been fascinated by the mysteries of female ejaculation — where does that gushy stuff come from? What makes it burst forth? And what are its demands in our earthly realm? A team of French researchers recently conducted a small but high-profile study about squirting, which concluded that most of the liquid that comes out when females ejaculate originates in the bladder, and is composed primarily of urine. This, of course, has led to debate, both from other scientists who think the research was shoddy, and sexuality activists and female ejaculators themselves , who say this is all just another excuse to tell women that their own experience of their sexuality is wrong.