Mention ‘G-spot’ and you know the topic of ‘female ejaculation’ isn’t far behind. The reason why they sit so comfortably together, like two old friends, is because stimulation of the G-spot is what seems to cause women to ejaculate.
The urethral sponge tissue contains between 30 to 40 paraurethral glands and ducts (para just means ‘near’). These glands are thought to be responsible for the production of the fluid females ejaculate.
Give the G-spot what it likes and ejaculatory fluid is sometimes produced, flowing from the glands through the ducts into the urethra before finally making its escape out of the body.
Straight onto your newly washed sheets.
Note the use of the word ‘sometimes’. The jury is still out on whether females can ejaculate – so the short answer to the headline question is, we’re not sure!
But here’s what we do know so far…