Either you have what we call an ejaculation or "squirting gland" or you don't. Throne of String Share this image Share link Copy link. Also, the sex responds to how much you are stimulated and also has a factor on how much you climax. As the founder of Her Viewpointan online women's health forum, she uses this outlet to focus on addressing taboo topics in a comfortable setting.
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Better Sex Is Coming! An expert breaks down fact vs. But, that's actually something that has come about because of social perception, which I think actually comes from pornography. So we're not transporting anything, so physiologically, there's no reason for our body to projectile ejaculate. Plus, get free weekly content and more. It could be a bit of urine as well because your urethra, which carries the urine from the bladder to the outside of the body, its literally located right below the clitoris. But, women obviously can do so.