Ever felt like you needed to pee during sex, were just about to, held back, then lost the urge completely? You may have unwittingly stopped yourself from a female ejaculation.
Just like the G-Spot, the exact mechanics of this sexual marvel are yet to be fully decoded, but the most accepted theory is that a liquid (made up of glucose, prostatic acid phosphatise, and two ingredients commonly found in urine) builds up in the spongy tissue of the G-Spot when it is repeatedly stimulated, before shooting out of the urethra.
“Female ejaculation is very rare, and it’s not understood how it happens,” says Janice Hiller. “It’s not really related to sensations or feeling good, so it’s not something to try and achieve or aspire to with your partner. Chances are, you can’t do it.”