IT’S NOT PEE!
Okay folks, who wants to make the T-shirts, bumper stickers and coffee mugs?
Here are some questions and comments I frequently get when I teach about Female Ejaculation:
So why all of this association with pee and ejaculation? Here are a few reasons:
- It has the same consistency as pee
- It also comes from the urethra
- It can feel like peeing when a woman ejaculates
- It can leave a huge wet spot on the bed
While all of these are legitimate reasons to think that female ejaculate is pee—it’s not!
Female Ejaculation is made up of prostatic fluid because it comes from the female prostate; otherwise known as the G-Spot
The female prostate surrounds the urethra with tiny glands inside the urethral sponge called the Skene’s Glands which build up and fill with fluid during arousal and G-Spot stimulation. The glands feed into the urethra and the prostatic fluid is released when she pushes the fluid out or releases it during orgasm. The fluid, which is often clear and watery, can come out in various amounts from a few drops on up to a few cup-fulls. It can spurt, squirt, splash, drip, drizzle, downpour, etc. The fluid can be actively pushed out or passively released. It can accompany an orgasm, be orgasmic in itself, or occur completely separate of an orgasm.
Because it can be experienced so diversely by women and information about it is not widely known, many are already ejaculating but do not realize that is what is happening and instead feel shame or guilt because they think they are incontinent.
All women have a G-Spot/prostate which produces prostatic fluid but not all women ejaculate. There are several reasons why women don’t ejaculate the fluid; a major reason being that they simply don’t know it is possible and are not educated about female ejaculation and the G-Spot.
So the verdict is out: Female Ejaculate is not pee!
Scientifically it has been determined to be prostatic fluid.
And, most importantly, if you have ever ejaculated or been a partner of a woman who has, you can taste, smell and observe that the fluid is clearly not urine.
I don’t want to create a hierarchy of bodily fluids here by adamantly stating that it is not urine or by insinuating that it would be the end of the world if a woman were to pee during sex or arousal. I am an advocate of women following their pleasure (responsibly) and releasing shame and guilt around their desires and sexual expression and tapping into and surrendering to their empowered and authentic unlimited sexual expression. Is that so much to ask?? :)
My workshops, videos, eBooks and private coaching sessions give you all the info you need as a woman or her partner to learn about this amazing, healing, empowering, transformative and ecstatic experience. It changed my life forever and I am here to be in service as an advocate, activist, educator, and resource about Female Ejaculation, Orgasm and the G-Spot.