Squirting or gushing

Duration: 14min 41sec Views: 1258 Submitted: 06.05.2019
Category: Bondage
My best friend regularly obsesses about her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend, who was a "squirter," and therefore the real-life incarnate of many men's fantasy partner. Porn has encouraged men to believe that when they've truly rocked a woman's body, it starts doing an impression of the Bellagio Fountain in the second-to-last scene of Ocean's Eleven. The average woman, myself included, doesn't know whether squirting is real or fake beyond your standard urban legends, like, "Ashley's friend's ex's friend's aunt's babysitter's college roommate squirts," which does not count. So, like the installment in the classic girl's mystery series entitled Nancy Drew and the Case Of Projectile Vaginal Excretions , I sleuthed with the help of a number of experts in order to solve the mystery.

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The science behind female ejaculation | The Independent

Pic: Unsplash Most of us are conditioned to believe that women don't ejaculate. But that's not true. Did your partner just pee during intercourse? That gush that almost led to coitus-interruptus… what was it? But what we know, according to various studies on the subject, is this: that wet spot on the bed sheet is ejaculation.

“Real” Female Ejaculation vs Squirting

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Female ejaculation is characterized as an expulsion of fluid from or near the vagina during or before an orgasm. It is also known colloquially as squirting or gushing , [1] although these are considered to be different phenomena in some research publications. There have been few studies on female ejaculation.