Female Ejaculation 101: Can Women Ejaculate?

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Female Ejaculation 101: Can Women Ejaculate?

Female ejaculation. It’s not a new concept, but it’s one that’s only more recently been studied by scientists.

That’s right, females can ejaculate just like their male counterparts.

But can all girls ejaculate?

I’ll answer that question, and more, below. So keep reading if you want to learn more about female ejaculation.

What Is Female Ejaculation?

Ejaculation is the expulsion of a thick, milky white fluid from the urethra during arousal or climax. This is a common occurrence in men, but women can ejaculate too.

Where Does It Come From?

If women don’t have a prostate, then where does their ejaculatory fluid come from?

While women don’t have a prostate, they do have two very similar glands on the inside wall of the vagina near the g-spot. These are known as the Skene’s glands, or the female prostate.

Just like the prostate, the Skene’s glands fill with fluid during periods of arousal. During climax, they release this fluid which either travels through the bladder and then out of the urethra (squirting) or immediately releases from the urethra (ejaculation).

What Is It Made Of?

It’s only in more recent years that scientists learned just how similar male ejaculate and female ejaculate is.

Obviously, female ejaculate doesn’t contain sperm. It does contain prostate-specific antigens among other things found in male ejaculate like glucose.

Ejaculation Versus Squirting: Are They the Same Thing?

While ejaculation and squirting are often used interchangeably, they’re actually two different processes.

As described above, female ejaculate is thick and milky white. It may also have a distinct flavor. Squirting fluids, on the other hand, are colorless and odorless. It is also produced in much larger quantities than female ejaculate which is more a trickle than a gush.

Can All Women Ejaculate?

How many women ejaculate? There have been various studies performed over the year.

One cross-sectional study followed women aged 18 to 39 from 2021 to 2016. The researchers concluded that 69.23% of participants ejaculated at least once during orgasm.

But there’s a difference between how many women do ejaculate and how many women can ejaculate.

It’s my belief that with the right stimulation techniques, any woman can ejaculate during orgasm assuming they have the appropriate anatomy (i.e. Skene’s glands).

How to Make Yourself or Your Woman Ejaculate: G-Spot Stimulation

So if you’ve gotten this far, you know the answer to “can girls ejaculate” is a solid yes. But if you or your partner have never done so, you may be asking “how?”

The answer is g-spot massage and stimulation.

The g-spot is the internal extension of the clitoris into the vagina. It’s on the front wall very near to the Skene’s glands.

How to Find the G-Spot

To find the g-spot, insert a finger into the vagina and gently hook it as if you’re doing a “come hither” movement with your finger. Feel around until you feel an area of tissue that’s fleshier than the surrounding tissues. That’s the g-spot.

The spot or area may differ slightly from woman to woman. The g-spot is generally on the top wall of the vagina, though it may vary slightly from one side to the other. The depth can also vary, though one-knuckle deep or two-knuckles deep are the most common.

All women have a g-spot, so in theory they should all be able to squirt. Psychological and emotional issues are typically what stops her ejaculating, not the physical side of things.

If you’re having trouble finding the g-spot at first, just lay back and relax. The tenser you are, the more difficult it will be to feel the difference between the g-spot and the surrounding tissues.

How to Prepare for G-Spot Stimulation

I don’t recommend you just find the g-spot and go to town. You or your partner need to properly prepare. This includes:

  • Trimming your nails and filing them down to avoid sharp corners
  • Laying down towels to keep the bed clean and dry
  • Getting out your high-quality lubricant

Now it’s time to prepare sexually for g-spot stimulation.

Just like going straight for the clitoris isn’t recommended, neither is going straight for the g-spot.

If you’re warming yourself up, then do whatever you know turns you on. This could be watching adult entertainment, reading erotic literature, or just feeling yourself up to the thought of past sexual encounters.

If you’re warming up a partner, you can start working your way from the top. Begin with kisses and slowly make your way down to the neck, the breasts, the stomach, and the mound. Avoid touching more sensitive areas directly (like the nipples and clitoris).

Once she’s more thoroughly warmed up, you can go into breast massage and even nipple play. This will be sure to get her dripping wet and ready for g-spot stimulation.

How to Stimulate the G-Spot

Now it’s time for the main event! So, what are the best ways to stimulate the g-spot?

The Come Hither

If you’re just starting out and looking for something simple, you can continue with the “come hither” motion you did to find the g-spot in the first place.

Find the g-spot and then rest your fingers just behind the g-spot. Now slowly flick your fingers over the spot in the “come hither” motion. Continue this smooth movement over and over. If you like this technique the most, you’ll be glad to know there are actually sex toys that stimulate this technique. One such sex toy is the Onda Massager.

The Clit Pull

Use your fingers or a sex toy to gently “hook” the g-spot and pull it towards you. Start slowly and gently, though you can eventually increase the speed and intensity as you get more aroused. Once completely aroused, you can even begin to knead the g-spot tissue for a more intense sensation.

The Moonwalk

If you’ve been using just one finger for the above techniques, then you’ll need to ensure you’re using two fingers for this one.

Place two fingers at the very top of the g-spot. Now alternate moving each finger across the surface of the g-spot towards you. The alternating fingers will make it feel like one continuous touch. You can vary the speed and pressure once your fingers get more adept at the movement.

The Clit Sandwich

The Clit Sandwich is an interesting technique that combines internal and external pressure to “sandwich” the g-spot between your fingers. Here’s how.

Using one hand, insert one or two fingers into the vagina and press upward onto the g-spot. The g-spot can actually withstand more pressure than most other areas of the vagina, so don’t be afraid to press firmly.

Now using the entirety of your other hand, press down on your mound from outside (where the pubic hair grows).

This “sandwiches” the g-spot so you are better able to apply pressure internally. You can move your fingers on the g-spot while holding that pressure, or slowly rock your hips so your fingers move naturally with the curve of your body.

What If My Girl / I Can’t Ejaculate?

The good news is that ejaculating during orgasm doesn’t add pleasure to the experience. It will feel the same either way.

But I can understand wanting to experience it at least once.

So if you can’t ejaculate the first or even the fifth time using the above techniques, then I recommend you continue to enjoy yourself and give it time.

There are plenty of women who don’t ejaculate until later in life. Just have fun “practicing” and let there be no pressure for it to happen. It will come when it comes (pun intended).

Frequently Asked Questions About Female Ejaculation

1. Does Female Ejaculate Have a Taste or Smell?

Just like male ejaculate, female ejaculate has a mild taste and smell. It can vary based on where you are in your cycle, your diet, and other factors. In general, female ejaculate has a slightly sweet taste and a mild musky odor.

2. Does Female Ejaculate Contain Pee?

Unlike squirting fluids which do contain diluted pee, female ejaculate does not contain urine. That’s because female ejaculate travels straight from the Skene’s glands and out of the urethra. It does not travel through the bladder.

3. How Do I Know If My Girl / I Ejaculated?

Believe it or not, some women ejaculate and they don’t even know it. It just trickles down and mixes with all of the other fluids near the vagina (i.e. lube, natural wetness, male ejaculate). One way to tell is to inspect the urethra immediately after orgasm. You’ll notice a milky white fluid dripping from the urethra.


If you’re a woman who’s always wanted to ejaculate, then you’ll be glad to know that it is possible. However, as with most new things, it can take time and experience to achieve.

If you or your girl can’t ejaculate right away, that’s fine. You can still have fun experimenting with all of the above techniques. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the journey.

Laura Rose Halliday

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