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Female Ejaculation Controversy
We know that there is a great deal of controversy regarding female ejaculation and that many people assume that it is urine. It is actually an understandable thing to think as women can urinate and ejaculate at the same time. Questions of where the fluid comes from and how it could possibly be so much if it is not urine are things that must be addressed. We cover this in detail in The Art of Female Ejaculation as there are some very logical reasons for people to question it, but let us give you a glimpse into why female ejaculation is a normal and healthy sexual experience-
As you know we all start off as female in the womb with an X chromosome. Once a Y chromosome is added, a male develops, otherwise, a woman continues to develop. So what happens to the genitals? The clitoris becomes the head of the penis and instead of the shaft going inward it comes out to create the shaft of the penis. It then continues to grow larger, whereas the clitoris remains small. In addition, the gspot becomes the prostate. Let's pause right there... if we know that the gspot is the equivalent of the male prostate and we know that female ejaculation comes from the Skenes glands that make up the gspot then that is something that should not be ignored.
Considering that we now know that draining the prostate in males reduces the risk of prostate cancer, would it not in turn be advantageous for a woman to also drain her gspot? This is just one example of the many issues that female ejaculation brings up when exploring the health benefits of doing it.
Join us as we delve into where the ejaculate comes from, where it goes, what retrograde ejaculation is, the relationship between the ducts in the urethra and the connection to the bladder and much more. You will be amazed at what the female body is capable of and how complex her sexual functioning is when compared to what was once thought. After all, until recently studies focused on female reproduction not sexual functioning, which left many in the dark when it came to such things.
Of course beyond it being a healthy sexual release, it is also very pleasurable. It enhances orgasms and provides a sense of sexual fulfillment that many women find to be quite empowering.
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