Female ejaculation - Definition


Female ejaculation refers to the physiological phenomenon characterized by the expulsion of a colorless, odorless, and flavorless liquid before and/or during an orgasm. A woman displaying this ejaculatory phenomenon is called a squirter. This liquid is produced by Skene's glands, or the paraurethral glands. Female ejaculatory liquid has a composition similar to vaginal fluid and may take part in vaginal lubrication. Female ejaculation is currently the object of much scientific research.
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