She shoots…she scores?

Female Ejaculation is something that society can’t quite wrap their heads around.  To be honest, female bodily fluids in general, are something that most people just don’t want to talk about.
Years ago, menstruating women were said to cause crops to fail and livestock to die and were pretty much locked in a room during their menstruation cycle, and even now menstruation is seen as something that we should hide.  Most tampon and sanitary napkin ads are more concerned with covering up the fact that we menstruate than actually helping us
absorb menses in a sanitary way.
…and let’s not forget that even our sweat is considered less than appealing.
Women don’t sweat…they glow?

So, you can understand the disconnect most people feel when female ejaculation is brought up.  Of course, there are some people who find female ejaculation appealing, but in general, it is seen as just a big ol’ mess. It’s so very important for women to accept their bodies and everything that comes with it and from it. Be it sweat, urine, menses or ejaculate, there is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of.

According to Wikipedia:
Female ejaculation (commonly known as gushing, cumming or squirting) refers to the expulsion of noticeable amounts of clear fluid by human females from the paraurethral ducts through and around the urethra during or before an orgasm.

When it comes to ejaculation, get as wet and as messy as you want!
The fact is, the majority of women produce copious amounts of bodily fluids when aroused and some women even experience ejaculation. It isn’t anything to worry about.  It’s completely natural!

– petey

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