Healthy tips for a happy sex life Women's health Sexual health Wellbeing Is my liquid 'female ejaculate'? Sundahl describes it as a birthright and essential part of female creativity. Our most recent research suggests that at least a third of all women say that at some time in the past, they have experienced 'female ejaculation' during a sexual climax. Research in this area has concentrated almost exclusively on attempts to prove that the ejaculate is not urine,   measuring substances such as ureacreatinineprostatic acid phosphatase PAPprostate specific antigen PSA glucose and fructose  levels. Having said that, there is evidence to show that the elusive G-spot can bring women intense sexual pleasure when stimulated, even if it doesn't necessarily cause ejaculation. Becoming frustrated with the neverending clickbait, she jumped at the chance to work for a site whose ethos revolves around honesty and empathy. Most of the interest had focused on the substance and structure rather than function of the glands.
Sexual functions, and orgasm in particular, remain poorly understood scientifically, as opposed to politically and philosophically.
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