Is it normal to squirt during intercouse?
If you’re like us, you’ve experienced the stigma around talking and learning about sex and admitting your curiosity. In these articles, we hope to add excitement and enjoyment in your life, by answering the sexual health questions you're too afraid to ask. Have additional questions? Contact our friendly "sexperts".
Yes. It’s a sexual reaction and not incontinence.
No. Researchers have determined that the fluid emitted shows all the characteristics of male ejaculate but without sperm.
Not every woman can easily ejaculate, so don’t be disheartened if it doesn’t work as you expect. It may be more difficult for some because of your physical makeup, weak pelvic floor muscles, inability to properly relax, etc. However, every woman has the biological anatomy to ejaculate — so it is possible, in theory, that if you pay attention to this very special body part you will reap the rewards.
Depends on the woman, it can be between a few teaspoons to more than a cup.
It depends on the woman. However, some research suggests women who ejaculate may have stronger pelvic floor muscles than women who do not ejaculate.
It depends on the woman and the movie.
We simply don’t know.
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