Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Female ejaculation, aka squirting, has become a lot more mainstream in the past few decades, thanks in part to porn. Indeed, many a porn video has led us to believe that if you stimulate a vagina in just the right way, it'll transform into a free-flowing, wellspring of ejaculate. But long before squirting was its own porn category, female ejaculation had mystified and fascinated sex experts. These days, sex experts offer workshops for people to learn how to squirt , although the occurrence is still somewhat mysterious, or at least misunderstood.
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Sex researchers address everything you've always wanted to know about squirting. Female ejaculation has something of a mythical reputation when it comes to sexual health topics. Everyone has questions: Can a vagina actually ejaculate like a penis? If it can, is that even normal? And what comes out, anyway?
Female ejaculation: can you teach yourself to squirt during sex?
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? Or worse: just pee? And can every woman learn to squirt?
Squirting, or when fluid comes jetting out of a woman's genitals often with an accompanying orgasm during sex is basically the Loch Ness monster of female sexuality. Some people swear it's real, some people swear it's a conspiracy; some say the liquid coming out is pee , and some say it's anything but. To make it even more confusing, there isn't a lot of data out there about what exactly squirting is. The answer is This suggests that women have the ability to ejaculate sort of like how men do.