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Hey! What's up? My name is Jason Julius and I’m the creator of orgasmarts.com. In this video, I’d like to talk to you about one of my personal favorite subjects, female ejaculation, a.k.a. squirting orgasm. Female ejaculation is when a woman orgasms so hard that she actually ejaculates at the time of orgasm. Now, a lot of people debate whether or not female ejaculation is actually real. And that’s because one, most men are naïve and ignorant about women’s bodies and don’t know how to give them to them. Two, most women have never experienced one. And three, what you see in pornography is typically not real female ejaculation. So there's a lot of misconceptions about it.
Real female ejaculation is actually a full body experience and the truth is, every single woman is capable of female ejaculation and its one of the most intense orgasm a woman will ever experience. When a woman ejaculates, the ejaculate that comes out of her urethra, not her vagina and that’s means its coming out of her pee hole but its not pee, its ejaculate from the female prostate.
Now, female ejaculation, the ejaculate that comes out actually contains glucose so it has a bit of a sweet taste and it’s similar and consistency to male prostatic fluid and that’s because it comes from the female prostate. The female prostate is also known as the skene’s glands or the periurethral glands. Women typically achieve female ejaculation from direct stimulation to the inside of the vagina like G spot stimulation. When you learn to stimulate the G spot correctly, you will feel the vaginal walls begin to swell as the urethral sponge fills with ejaculate. Now, often times, the urethral sponge will swell up too much that it will actually push you out of her right before she explodes. Many women who actually experienced vaginal orgasms, what they’ll do is at the time of orgasm, the clinch what's called their PC muscle which will hold back the ejaculate and it has nowhere else to go so its forced up into the bladder. When this happens, she holds back half the orgasm and only gets a little taste of what she could actually feel if she had let out the ejaculate.
Now, a good sign that she’s holding back her ejaculate is that if your partner goes to the bathroom and urinates after sex, that’s a good indicator of it. What she really needs to do is learn how to release her PC muscle at the time of orgasm and let the ejaculate out. And I want to teach you how to do that.
Now, as I mentioned earlier, if we want to get a woman to ejaculate, the first thing we have to do is give her a vaginal orgasm with something like G spot stimulation. I have a G spot stimulation technique that I want to show you. However, while this demonstration isn’t exactly pornography, it might be a little bit much for this public site that you're watching this video on. So what I’d like to do is invite you over to my website, orgasmarts.com where you can check out my free female orgasm secrets video. Not only will I teach you an awesome G spot stimulation technique, I’ll also continue your education to female ejaculation and also educate you on the different types of orgasms that women are capable of.
All you’ve got to do is, if you're watching this video on YouTube, just click on the link in the description or otherwise just type in, orgasmarts.com. Come check out my free video and I’ll see you in a little bit.