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Is female ejaculation real, or a myth made up by the pornography industry? The ejaculation squirts out of the vagina? Perhaps a crazy question, but I'm sure it's one that many women want to know the answer to.
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Female ejaculation is real, and according to experts is something you can learn. Many women ejaculate, and scientists have proven that the ejaculate is not urine even though it comes out of the urethra. It typically occurs during G-spot stimulated orgasms. The idea is that women automatically tend to tighten and squeeze their pelvic floor muscles during orgasm. If you release those muscles during a vaginal orgasm and push out, almost like trying to urinate, ejaculation will come out. Give it a try!
FROM: Behind Closed Doors: Sex Therapy
Published on November 04, 2008
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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