Lesbian Sex Questions Answered by Lesbian Sex Expert Felice Newman, author of The Whole Lesbian Sex Book: A Passionate Guide for All of Us
I have a question about ejaculation. Can anyone female ejaculate or just some women? How can you tell if you are an ejaculator or not?
From Felice Newman, author of the Whole Lesbian Sex Book:
How can you tell if you ejaculate? You might notice a gush of wetness right before orgasm. Or you might experience a nice big spray of come at orgasm. Potentially, all women can ejaculate and if you'd like, you can learn how.
You can explore your urethral sponge (or G-spot) with a firm, curved dildo or your fingers. Insert your fingers or dildo, aiming for the front wall of the vagina. Stroke this area with a "come hither" motion. If you use your fingers, you'll feel the difference in texture between this area, which is rough, and the rest of the vaginal walls, which are smooth. Some women like to stimulate the opening of the vagina just below the urethra. You can also press down on your pelvis with your free hand, applying pressure just above the pubic bone. Stimulate your G-spot until you feel intensely turned on and like you're about to pee. As you approach orgasm, push out, as if urinating. The stream you produce is ejaculate.
Publisher, Cleis Press
Author, The Whole Lesbian Sex Book
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