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Has anyone ever experienced female ejaculation?
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Yes, a few times, but Very rare, with me anyways!

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I have, it actually isn't that rare for me which is kind of annoying/embarrassing. But it's a normal thing so I guess I should be embarrassed :S
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FYI, female ejaculation tends to be a lot more rare, with the current evidence, than is reported by users at the boards here, especially considering the disparity between reported ejaculation and a big lack of reported orgasm and general sexual fulfillment (and bearing in mind that we aalso get a lot of users reporting multiple orgasms in numbers which just don't occur, period).

I'm not saying users are lying at all, but that it's likely quite a few confuse female ejaculation with vaginal lubrication or urine. It's also though, possible that we don't have enough good studies yet, OR that in those studies, ejaculation is measured at too high a rate -- in other words, too much fluid is being expected to call such ejaculation.

Most existing studies done on the subject show an everage range of about 6 - 15% of all women who are ejaculators. And from what stuides I've seen, it tends to happen more often in women past their twenties, though again, that can be a data issue since one cannot study the sexual response of minor women.

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I've had several partners who ejaculated, to the point of gushing. A couple who were nearly identical to the movies you see about a fire hydrant suddenly opening and flooding the sidewalk. A few who were suddenly splashing about with only a cupfull or so of additional juices. I've been hit in the face with it unexpectedly and it knocked my glasses off. I've seen it quickly and quietly cover the top of the couch we were on.

There should be nothing at all embarrassing about ejaculating. It's a natural and normal thing to have happen, and it is a compliment to one's partner sometimes.

And to the other 85% or so of my partners who do not ejaclate - not a problem either.

Both sides should realize that they are perfectly fine. Perfectly normal. And that the journey can be much more fun than the 'goal'.

All the above anecdotal commentary is purely my personal experience and opinion.

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Sometimes, if I masturbate when I really have to pee, fluid comes out, and it seems to be clear, and doesn't smell like pee, but pee doesn't always either. It surprised me like heck the first time it happened. I don't know if that counts or not.
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