Let’s Talk About: Ejaculation

ejaculationWe’re not just talking grunting dudes and semen, Fangirls, we’re going to hit all the bases of ejaculation. Yep, there’s more than one. And we, as entire educated people, should know as much about all of them as we do about the average male ejaculation. A girl can dream.

So, maybe we can’t hit all of the bases. There’s a lot, just for male ejaculation alone, but we can certainly try. Ejaculation is a pretty interesting thing from all angles, and I think it’s actually a super fun sex topic to learn about. Perhaps that’s just me, though. Regardless, it’s important to understand what so many of us experience so often.

Ladies first. Let’s start with female ejaculation. Female ejaculate is actually two things, one of which is the stuff that you’re probably more used to. When most bio-sex females get aroused, they tend to notice themselves getting “wet”, as it’s often referred to. We’ll call this is female ejaculate type one. Type one ejaculate is more similar to semen in it’s physical qualities, not that it contains sperm and all that stuff. In that way, they are very different. But in terms of the appearance and consistency, they’re not far from each other. Female ejaculate type two is maybe a bit less common, but still totally normal. It’s usually a thinner, more clear, and typically more abundant fluid. Most of us know this stuff through the term “squirting”. When a person is “squirting”, female ejaculate type two is the fluid that is released. There’s a whole lot of hubbub around this topic, and we unfortunately don’t know that much about it. It’s often written off, even by sex positive doctors, and people seem to be settling with it being unexplained. That’s bonkers. Female ejaculation is a real thing, that real women experience, and that no one should be ashamed of. Celebrate your squirts, ladies. I am fascinated by female ejaculation, the science behind it, the arguments surrounding it. So, this is most likely not the end of this discussion.670px-Control-Premature-Ejaculation-Step-2We know a whole lot more about male ejaculation, because most people see it as more “normal” or “routine”. Which is silly. However, it is an extremely normal function that most bio-sex males experience upon orgasm. Or, separate from orgasm. That’s normal too. One doesn’t necessarily mean the other. Typical ejaculation is when the body ejects semen out of the body through the urethra. There’s a bunch of different types of ejaculation, though that process usually remains throughout all of them. We often hear about “premature” ejaculation, though rapid ejaculation is nicer term for it. This is when someone ejaculates not long after penetration or arousal. It’s totally normal, please don’t worry about it if you experience this. If someone cannot ejaculate at all, that’s called anejaculation. We’ve also heard a lot about spontaneous ejaculation, which is what things like wet dreams would be officially referred to as. There’s also retrograde ejaculation, in which the semen is emptied into the bladder instead of the urethra, and will be released when urinating. This is often referred to as a “dry orgasm”, it isn’t harmful, but can sometimes cause infertility.  There’s delayed ejaculation, in which the jizzing is delayed for a number of reasons like if you’re impatient & frustrated about your orgasm, or having to stop sex for numerous reasons.

So there you have it, at least the beginning of everything you would want to know about ejaculation. I know I’m still digging deeper. There’s a lot of nerves around ejaculation; What’s normal, what isn’t, what a certain type of ejaculation means. Most likely, everything is normal and there’s nothing to worry about. If you are worried, talk to your doctor. Be confident in your ejaculation, and be sure to have fun and be safe!

 

 

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