Where does female ejaculate come from

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The misconceptions about female ejaculation abound. What is female ejaculation and where does it come from are the top questions. Everyone wants to know the mysteries of the female who ‘squirts’ female ejaculate. What is female cum and from where does it come? These are the question on everyone’s mind.

Like men, women may ejaculate. Unlike men, female ejaculate does not play a role in reproduction. Further, women can ejaculate without orgasm and orgasm without ejaculating. Most people do not understand what female ejaculate is or what part of the body produces it. Let’s explore the female ejaculation. 

Female ejaculation is similar yet different from male ejaculation. The female anatomy is complex. A French researcher decided to study female anatomy.  The goal is to better understand what causes female ejaculation. The unique nature of female ejaculation produces a unique fluid. The misconception that female ejaculation is urine leads to a study. The study explains what is female ejaculation.

Female versus Male Anatomy

The male anatomy is easy to explain. People understand that male ejaculation includes sperm. When men ejaculate sperm it travels through the urethra to evacuate the body. Like men, women have a prostate. Unlike men, the female prostate does not carry reproductive materials.

The female prostate is confusing. The female prostate surrounds the urethra. The female prostate ejaculates a fluid. The fluid excreted contains a small trace of urine. This urine residue created the myth that female ejaculate is urine. But, female ejaculation is not urine; it is fluid from the female prostate.

The clitoris, the g-spot, and the Skene’s glands are important to sexual stimulation. The clitoris is under the clitoral hood. Exposing the clitoris stimulates the female. The g-spot is inside the vagina. The labia lips fold back and expose the vaginal entrance. The Skene’s glands are at the bottom of the bulbs on either side of the labia.

The French Squirt Study

French researchers put the misconception that female ejaculation is urine to rest. Researchers used ultrasound technology to studying women who squirt. The researchers used ultrasound technology to examine the bladder. They examined the bladder before, during, and after female ejaculation. Samuel Salama, a Gynecologist from Parly II hospital in Le Chesney, lead the research.

Salama chose seven women who claim they squirt when stimulated. Milky fluid excreted from the urethra during orgasm is normal, according to Salama. What Salama found uncommon is a massive explosion of female ejaculate. Female ejaculate comes from the Skene gland or female prostate. Salama studied the Skene gland to explain female ejaculation.

For his research, Salama started with urine samples. The women gave urine samples, evacuated their bladder, and submitted to an ultrasound. The ultrasound proved the empty bladder. The women then became sexually stimulated either by themselves or with a partner.

While sexually stimulated but before climax, the women alerted the researchers. The researchers used ultrasound to scan the women as they climaxed. The fluid excreted during the climax researchers collected for the study. They performed a final ultrasound after climax. What Salama and his team discovered was surprising. In fact, the women’s bladders did fill right before the climax. Stimulation is the only reason researchers could establish as the cause. The female ejaculation does come from the bladder. But, is it urine?

Female Ejaculation Urine or Unique

Salama’s study found only two of the seven women produced ejaculate identical to urine. Five of the seven women produced a unique fluid that was chemically different from urine. Salama found a prostatic-specific antigen (PSA) enzyme. The enzyme Salama’s team found is unique to the female prostate.

The PSA enzyme comes from the prostate. In men, the PSA enzyme assists sperm with swimming. In females, the PSA enzyme is what females ejaculate when they squirt. Women who squirt are releasing the PSA enzyme, not urine. The Skene gland of the female produces female ejaculate.

Female ejaculation is not urine and it is a unique fluid produced by the female prostate gland. Yet, a small amount of urine may be found in female ejaculate. While a little pee may come out when a female ejaculates, female cum is not pee. Female ejaculation released through the urethra is a unique PSA fluid. The urethra is not part of the vagina. Leading to confusion about orgasms and female ejaculation.

Orgasms and Female Ejaculation

A few different things happen when a female experiences sexual climax. Vaginal and clitoral orgasms stimulate muscle spasms. But, female ejaculation of PSA fluid through the urethra or squirting is different. Female ejaculation or squirting is the release of PSA fluid from the female prostate. Female ejaculate releases through the urethra. Thus, women can experience one or both types of climatic experiences.

The ability to stimulate both types of release takes knowledge. Stimulating a woman to the point of squirting orgasms is actually possible.

Orgasms are a sexual climax that creates muscle contractions and releases vaginal fluid. The vaginal fluid released during a muscular orgasm is not PSA fluid. PSA fluid released through female ejaculation comes from the female prostate. Stimulating the female prostate and vaginal orgasm at the same time requires skill.

The Appearance of Female Ejaculation

The vaginal fluid produced by muscular orgasm is much different than the PSA fluid. PSA fluid produced from female ejaculation is unique. Vaginal fluid produced during muscular orgasm is thicker than female ejaculate. The PSA fluid from female ejaculation is clear and sometimes milky white. The PSA fluid from female ejaculate emerges through the urethra and appears as a clear fluid.

Both fluids release during sexual stimulation. But, it’s rare that both female ejaculation and orgasm occur at the same moment. Often, women experience either a muscular orgasm or a female ejaculate fluid release. Women who experience both are lucky. On Bunny Cam, you’ll find all kinds of great information about female anatomy and how to stimulate it. On Bunny Cam, you’ll love the information and detailed answers to all your questions. 

What does female ejaculation taste like?

What does pussy taste like? A valid question and it has been probably asked more times than one would actually care to count. 

And really. Good question. Let’s go one step further – What does female ejaculation taste like? Well, that’s another handful right there. 

Let us here at Bunny Cam try to give a proper, almost scientific answers to these questions for all you eager readers out there.


We already knew about the phrase “the scent of a woman”, but taste… Well, we have to be honest – it still makes perfect sense. 

Honestly, this might be a greater concern for women than it is for men. A lot of males know how exactly women taste like down there. However, what about you ladies? Have you ever stopped someone from getting down there just because you weren’t really sure that you’re “fresh” down there? 

Have you been there?

Well, the good news is, unless you have medical conditions, such as bacterial vaginosis, you’re probably good to go. However, you might still feel that there’s room for improvement down there both in the smell and the taste department. 

Well, let us tell you right off the bat that the most popular descriptions (you know, like: fish and chicken), are complete BS. 

You’re probably relieved to know you’re out of the blue. 

However, you still want to know how it tastes. If that’s the case, let us put it this way: There are people out there who will tell you that your pussy kind of smells and tastes like your armpit after a little exercise – not stinky but a bit sweaty with a little kick of a metallic taste with a kick of sweet. 

Are you disappointed? We totally get it if you don’t want your thing smell like an armpit. So, what’s the big deal then?

Well, let’s just say that some of us here at Bunny Cam was also pretty curious and white-knuckled it. That’s right ladies and gents, we took up all the courage and stuck our finger down there. The result? Some of us reported utter baldness when it comes to taste, while others gave descriptions such as “salty”, “tangy”, “sweet”, “sour”, “lemony”… 

Crazy, right? 


Dr. Carol Queen cultural sexologist says that the taste and the smell of a woman’s thing will mostly depend on her body chemistry and generally, on her hormone levels. 

On the other hand, personal hygiene also plays a huge role in the picture. Chances are, if a woman takes good care of herself, she’ll smell and taste “cleaner”. That being said, if she has poor hygiene, she’ll also smell rather, um, let’s put it this way, fishy. 

On the other hand, it’s important to clean that pussy properly, meaning that women should also get rid of soap or another gel residue down there. Most of these compounds are filled with different chemicals which can only make matters worse if “the base” itself isn’t that pleasant smelling to start with. 


As stated already, proper hygiene can have a dramatic effect on the outcome. Some women don’t wipe themselves properly after visiting the restroom so the leftover urine (and, in worse cases, poo) can also make a world of a difference and make their pussy smell and taste just nasty and disgusting. 

Also, yeast infections and other health problems can cause a lot of problems from this perspective, not to mention menstrual blood, which can also make the vaginal fluid have a different taste & can alter the smell of the entire vaginal area

All that being said, it’s important to know that medical conditions, the particular contraception methods women are using, age, periods, and hormones will all play a huge role in determining how a pussy would taste and smell like.

In regard to age, it’s clear that aging can affect the production of vaginal lubricants, meaning that women have the most secretions following puberty, until menopause. 

Stress levels can also affect the picture, meaning that the more stress women have, the more pungent the taste of their vagina may become. 

Also, shaving regularly may decrease the “smell” if there is such a thing as a definitive smell. 

Contraception method, such as the use of spermicide gels can also alter the natural taste and smell of a lady’s thing. According to men, some of these gels do quite a number on both the taste and the smell of the vagina and would advise women to put it in far enough so they don’t have to deal with them. 


Do the things women eat affect the taste and smell of their vagina? Well, just like in the case of men and the taste of their sperm, there’s no actual scientific evidence in regard to this. 

As far as nutrition goes, women have reported that garlic and onions can make the vagina taste a bit bitter, while pineapple has the opposite effect, making the pussy taste sweeter.

Professionals will agree that the best tasting pussy will be a vegetarian pussy because the typical vegetarian diet is really low in saturated fats. Also, alcohol consumption, drug, and tobacco use also have a negative impact both on taste and smell making the pussy taste acidic and rather bitter. Non-alcoholic beverages can also make both the taste and the smell less appealing, however, if women consume enough water, it can “even-out” the taste


Ladies, if you’re concerned about how you smell and taste down there, the best thing you can do is to bathe regularly, keep your thing clean, eat lots of veggies and pineapple. Stay away from alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. Finally, when a man is fully aroused, his senses become rather dull, and he’ll be just happy to get down there. 

That being said, tease the cr,ap out of him, before you grant him access! 


The truth is, that the smell and taste of a vagina will depend on a lot of different things. Periods, contraception methods, age, nutrition, lifestyle, and personal hygiene all play a huge role. 

That being said, if you’re looking for your best options, make sure to take baths or showers regularly, shave your thing, avoid using spermicides, avoid drinking, smoking, and drug abuse (well, you should avoid those anyway). 

Make sure to make healthy decisions in the kitchen by avoiding saturated fat and eating a diet high in pineapple and vegetables.

On the other hand, remember that certain medical conditions can also affect the taste and smell of your vagina. If you think that’s something fishy (sorry) down there, don’t hesitate to reach out to your doctor. Maybe it’s nothing harmful, maybe it’s a just a bad case of yeast infection. Having a professional look at it can save you from doing the guesswork yourself and can hook you up with the right treatment instantly. 

Lastly, if you’re just too concerned about how your vagina tastes and smells just make sure that your partner is aroused enough next time when you’re having fun. When they’re horny enough, their senses become rather dull, so chances are, your partner won’t be able to tell how your thing tastes and smells. 

However, you can also just be honest about your concerns. That way, your partner will know that this is a rather iffy topic and could help you combat it, by actually telling you that there’s nothing wrong down there. It’s worth it if it gives you peace of mind.

We hope that helps. 

On the other hand, if you’re looking for other tips and tricks regarding sex, browse through our blog section

Where does female ejaculate come out of?

If you are a human being, there is no real way to deny that we love sex.  But to make that statement even truer, we should change it to say that “We all love to ejaculate”!  Obviously, every successful sexual encounter ends up in both parties ejaculating their brains outs. And, even more obviously, sex without the proper release is just OK at best.  To be honest for many of us, sex without cumming is almost torture. It’s like almost shaking hands with your idol, to just see them walk right past without seeing you as you stretch your hand out; sex without ejaculating is just quite distressful and sad.  As a matter of fact, on top of this emotional distress, many males report feeling a physical pain that is colloquially known as “blue balls” if they get involved in a sexual situation, get excited but don’t cum.

So even though all of us understand the importance of having to cum, do we really understand much about the actual liquid that comes flying out of our own genitalia?  Let’s keep it real, most of us don’t at all. Once we feel our cum rushing out of us, we are completely imbued with sensations of pleasure, gratitude, and ecstasy. However, once we recover from our post-coital bliss, almost all of us rush to remove the evidence of our good time.  It is typical after a sex or masturbation session for us to clean and get rid of our sex juices as quickly as possible.

But perhaps we should know more about these sex juices that we are so concerned about getting rid of.  Obviously, most of us know that a male’s ejaculate is the primary cause of pregnancy if implanted into the correct female region.  But what else do you really know about either gender’s ejaculate? Do you ever think about ejaculate at all or do you simply concern yourself with its removal?  Do you know where do women cum from? Do you know where do men cum from? Let’s help clear up any confusion you may have about these common, yet rarely spoken-about bodily liquids.

A Man’s Ejaculate Vs A Woman’s Ejaculate

One of the main things that should be initially noted in our journey into the knowledge of cum is that the components and origin points of each gender’s ejaculate are quite different.  On top of this, there is much more scientific information known about the male’s reproductive liquids than there is about the female’s juices. Only recently has there been some clarification on the source of the cum and ejaculate that is produced by the female reproductive system.

Where Does Male Ejaculate Come Out Of?

As we touched on before, we have known the source of male ejaculate for a while.  Male ejaculate, also known as semen, consists of sperm that is held in the testes, prostate fluid that is held in the prostate gland as well as various other sex liquids that are released by the seminal vesicles and Bulbourethral glands.

But what is semen made of?  Many people (especially women) have come to believe that semen can be good for you if ingested or allowed to soak into the skin as a type of “superfood”.  And to be perfectly honest, they are actually quite right! Semen is a potent source of about 200 different proteins and a variety of essential vitamins and minerals.  These vitamins and minerals include calcium, zinc, Vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, and many others.

Where Does Female Ejaculate Come Out Of?

The source of female ejaculate is quite a bit harder to determine.  This is made even more complicated because females have a tendency to ejaculate in two ways: either cumming or squirting.  When females cum during sex or masturbation, they release a milky, white-colored fluid that helps lubricate their vagina for easier penetration.  The primary source of this type of female ejaculate is known as their Skene glands.

However, a woman’s action of cumming isn’t quite as vigorous and explosive as her squirting is (if she can do it).  And to make things more complicated, ejaculate from squirting has been shown to be very different from the ejaculate excreted during cumming.  Recent studies have shown that the female ejaculate from squirting is primarily made up of urine! The reason that the vigorous and forceful squirting action is even possible is that it is released by the female bladder.  Only sometimes will a female’s squirting ejaculate will have a little of their normal cum mixed in with it.  

Now that you know all about the various ingredients that make up male ejaculate and the answer to where do women cum from, you are probably ready to get on with some ejaculating yourself!  If you are looking for a new and novel way to please yourself, look no further than us at BunnyCam.com! Here at BunnyCam.com, we offer you an amazing ability to video chat with some of the most beautiful and sexy women you can find online!  Try us out today and see what type of sparks you can get flying!

How to make a girlfriend squirt

Making a guy climax is as easy as pie. Grab his member by the neck, stroke it like you mean it and voila! However, it gets a little complicated when men try to return the favor and satisfy their female partners. It takes more stimulation, effort, and knowledge to get a woman to scream your name out loud. It’s just the way we are wired and how our anatomy is structured. That being said, even if you mastered helping your partner reach climax, there is still one achievement left to be claimed. The holy grail of female climaxes – the squirting orgasm. Of course, this is not a feat easily accomplished, but We See You Two is here to show you the ropes and help you master the craft of making women cum.

First things first – play the mind game

Here you are expecting to learn what’s the right angle to insert your fingers in her vagina while forgetting the most important part of satisfying a woman – mental stimulation. Before you even lay your hands on her, you’re going to have to solve the puzzle known as her brain. Only when you have her full attention can you proceed to explore her body and satisfy her physically. A good lover knows what to say and when to say it so you better make sure your verbal seduction is on point. 

Don’t neglect proper foreplay

Once you have the conversation going and she’s giving you the look, it’s time to make your move and initiate foreplay. DON’T skip the foreplay and try jumping right into her panties. If you’re planning to make her squirt, you’re going to have to know her body like the back of your hand. Take the lazy route and she probably won’t have an orgasm, let alone a squirting one. In order to get her in the mood, stimulate her clitoris gently by using your fingers and your tongue. Maybe even add some flavored lube to spice things up. Pay close attention to her body language, she’ll let you know when she’s ready for the next step. Different girls get turned on by different triggers so there really is no universal approach to making her panties wet with your words. Getting to know her first will make your job much easier as you will have a better idea what turns her on before you even enter the bedroom.

Find the G-spot

You’re almost there, all you need to do now is to find that famous g-spot and make her squirt all over the sheets. Grab that lube, put it on your fingers and insert them slowly. Start massaging the inner part of her vagina walls until you feel a small bulge. This small sponge-like tissue can be found a few inches inside, almost in level with her belly button. This might be a good time to remind you that your nails should be clipped before you embark on your excavating session. Once you located the g-spot make sure you stick to it and apply pressure as much as your partner can handle. Make sure to listen to her as she gives you instructions regarding speed and amount of pressure. Use your other hand or your tongue to simultaneously stimulate her clit, that will drive her crazy without a doubt. Concentrate on your technique and stay determined. Her legs shaking should be an indicator that she’s about to have a toe-curling orgasm so you better be ready for it. We suggest having a spare pair of sheets next to your bed.

And that’s about it when it comes to tips on how to make your girlfriend squirt. The more you practice the better you will get at it. Remember, women are complex just as much as their intimate parts, so make sure to stimulate them both mentally and physically. Make sure she’s in the right mood, try out different angles and amounts of pressure, and, most importantly, communicate with her in order to get proper feedback.

If you need more help on finding her g-spot make, we wrote an extensive article on the topic so make sure to check out our blog. Furthermore, if you are interested in advice on relationships, sex, and how to become the ultimate lover, we have a bunch of articles that can help you out.