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I have been with my girlfriend for four years now and we have a decent sex life, doing it most days and very experimental.
Recently she has requested that I spend a lot of time on her in foreplay so she really gets hot for me before I penetrate her.
Since we have been concentrating on foreplay, I have become obsessed with wanting my girl to squirt like in the porno movies where fluid shoots out of the vagina at the moment of orgasm like a type of ‘gushing’.
When she is laying back with her legs spread and watching me working on her giving her my fingers and tongue, she gets really turned on to the point of no return.
I then start to give her some intense thrusting as she’s always soaked at this point. The thing is when she’s coming hard, she tells me and covers my fingers with wet but I never actually see a squirting of fluid like when a man comes.
How do I know if this is the same gushing that’s called female ejaculation?
IT’S a controversial subject, not least because pornography writers highlight the women who ejaculate at orgasm giving the impression that every woman produces a jet of fluid when she climaxes – just like a man.
As a result, some younger males are puzzled if their partner doesn’t. The reality is female ejaculation isn’t all that common.
In Masters and Johnson’s famous lab experiments with over 400 women, they did not record any female ejaculation. Yet, family planning doctors and gynaecologists indicates there is a minority of women can ejaculate.