Female ejaculation: What is it, is it real, and are there any benefit
Squirting is a hot topic — here's what you need to know about whether squirting is real, what squirting is, and more. Whether you've experienced it, seen it in porn, or simply heard rumors about it, you're not the only one who's curious about squirting. PornHub data from to even reveals that more and more people are searching for "women squirting" videos. First things first: Is squirting real? Yes, it definitely is. Producing lots of fluids is just one of the many common but unexpected side effects of sex.
My best friend regularly obsesses about her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend, who was a "squirter," and therefore the real-life incarnate of many men's fantasy partner. Porn has encouraged men to believe that when they've truly rocked a woman's body, it starts doing an impression of the Bellagio Fountain in the second-to-last scene of Ocean's Eleven. The average woman, myself included, doesn't know whether squirting is real or fake beyond your standard urban legends, like, "Ashley's friend's ex's friend's aunt's babysitter's college roommate squirts," which does not count. So, like the installment in the classic girl's mystery series entitled Nancy Drew and the Case Of Projectile Vaginal Excretions , I sleuthed with the help of a number of experts in order to solve the mystery.
It can happen when a female becomes sexually aroused, but there is not necessarily an association with having an orgasm. Scientists do not fully understand female ejaculation, and there is limited research on how it works and its purpose. Female ejaculation is perfectly normal, although researchers remain divided on how many people experience it.