Female Ejaculation: The Latest Findings

Confirming What the Ancients Observed

Since it was first reported in modern sex research in the early 1980s, controversy has surrounded female ejaculation. But recent research—most of it conducted in Slovakia in Eastern Europe—strengthens the case for female ejaculation, and suggests that the fluid comes from the same gland that produces most of the fluid in semen, a female analogue of the male prostate gland.

Female Ejaculation: The Latest Findings

In this article:

From the Paraurethral Glands to the Female Prostate
Confirming What the Ancients Observed
Urination on Orgasm?
Definitely Not Urine
Women Have a Prostate
Skene’s Glands Are the Female Prostate
The Remaining Mystery
What About the Copious Squirting in Porn?

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