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The History of Female Ejaculation

Posted by: webmaster2 on Thursday, October 27, 2005 - 08:50 24106 Reads
The History Of Female Ejaculation

By Anne Griza
Psychologist and Sexologist

There might sound a bit strange in the first place, but a woman can also ejaculate. This phenomenon takes place when the female orgasm is too intense. In addition, it’s characterized by the release of a whitish, viscous and inodorous fluid produced by the Bartholin’s glands and secreted by the urethra. The female ejaculation is connected directly to multiple orgasms, to the G-spot sexually linked arousal and clitoral stimulation. Only around 5% of women have already lived up an ejaculation and whoever did it would probably never fell such sex-linked pleasure again.





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