Female ejaculation, commonly called squirting , is a natural phenomenon which actual existence has been questioned in today's society by a number of people. Often confused with urine, the most solid medical explanation on its origin says that it comes out from the urethra , and not from the vagina. Although there exist countless myths and misconceptions about it, the truth is that it is nothing but a healthy, natural phenomenon that can happen at any time, to any woman: during and after pregnancy, after menopause , or even after a hysterectomy. In women, the glandular tissue located below the bladder and surrounding the urethra appears to be homologous to the male prostate.
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?
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