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Because as international sex educator Deborah Sundahl told me, “Men don’t own ejaculation, it’s just been taken from women.”The world of female ejaculation is ripe with mystery and magic, and those who have experienced it will attest to the latter.

But a great deal of skepticism still revolves around the act.

The way women experience sexual pleasure is hard to deconstruct.

Our genitalia are located on the insides of our bodies and we don’t regularly experience the same physical proof of orgasm that men do. Men, on the other hand, aren’t (typically) afforded that same ability. And these explosive orgasms are often understood to be unique to the male sexual experience. Maybe men and women aren’t as different as we thought.

There’s a statistic that reads, “70% of all women need clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm.” In fact, it’s a stat I’ve used many times before.

Sundahl told me, “I ask women in my lecture to raise their hands—and I’ve done this for years so I have big anecdotal evidence—how many women stop in the middle of making love to go to the bathroom. And then I ask how many of you wait until you’re done making love, meaning, they have to pee during lovemaking, and they have to wait to go, and another 30% raise their hands.Younger generations may think it’s a stunt invented by the porn industry, and in a way, that makes sense.But there’s a very big difference between what the porn industry calls “squirting” and what sex educators know as “female ejaculation.” Namely because not everyone is built to “hit the wall,” so to speak.As Sundahl writes in her book, Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot, “Men and women’s ejaculates are similar in chemical makeup, though of course women’s ejaculate does not contain semen.Female ejaculate is predominately prostatic fluid mixed with glucose and trace amounts of urine.”Block tells me, “It smells different, it tastes different (and yes, I have tasted it), and it smells nothing like urine… and it’s very clear.” She added that the most notable difference between female ejaculate and urine is that the former won’t stain your sheets.

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