Why Women Squirt / Why Women Ejaculate

I started writing a post on the science behind girls squirting and as I went about researching, I couldn’t help but notice that 1) scientists seem more than a little clueless on this matter and 2) I have a scientifically valid theory that explains squirting from an evolutionary perspective.

If you want to skip right to the the reason women ejaculate…scan down to the Underlined Heading below.

Now I have communicated with a top scientist on female ejaculation beginning in 2008 so when I say that scientists in this field are kinda clueless…I am speaking from actual experience.  lol.

Let’s put this in perspective.  In the medical community it is well accepted that Renaldus Columbus discovered the clitoris in 1559.   Really. Good for him. I wonder if he asked his wife.

Later, the famous Masters and Johnson’s study in 1966 said squirting is an urban legend…which is in start contrast with my entire sexual history as I’ve seen it far too many times to believe it’s not a real phenomena and in enough circumstances that I am also utterly convinced it’s not involuntary incontinence (as amusing as girls cumming so hard that they pee themselves is to me.)

Now considering this is something that happens all the fucking time (pun intended)… it seems utterly unbelievable that female ejaculation was not discovered and well documented before the year 2000. Then again, it did take them till 1559 to find the clitoris and that’s pretty much out in the open on 50% of human and found frequently by 5 year old girls…so maybe they should get a round of applause for finding out about it so fast.

So by 2007 a team led by Florian Wimpissinger, an Austrian urologist at Rudolfstiftung Hospital in Vienna (The Journal of Sexual Medicine, vol 4, p 1388) managed to actually scientifically document some women squirting.  This is way after I personally observed numerous girls squirting but hey…a big round of applause to them. No one has noticed a wetspot on the bed ever after sex??? C’mon! They can’t feel that, even in the dark? Seriously…it took till 2007. (Putting this more in perspective, we found QUARKS in 1968 through deep elastic scatter which is mindblowingly impressive to me– so this is just 39 years after that.)

They also concluded that women can squirt up to maximum of 1/4 cup of ejaculate at time…to which I personally wrote the researches to say that I’ve personally measured 600ml in one massive gush so their numbers are way off.  Shockingly, I got the response that perhaps it was urine…to which I responded that no, she pee’d right afterwards and the volume of her pee was 1000ml so the girl in question would have to have a bladder larger than on record so…fuck no.

They seemed to doubt that I had actually measured it…somehow doubting the depth of my perversions.

So…I think I’ve made my point that the scientists studying this utterly useless. If they find my blog…fuck yourselves. Maybe you’ll learn something.

My Theory of WHY women squirt 
Ok, first off, I have not seen this anywhere. I have shared it with several researchers but as far as I know it was completely and totally ignored.  But you heard it here first: my theory on why girls squirt. First, the evidence to set it up:

I apologize the presence of pubic hair on this
obviously dated diagram

1) the location of the g-spot at the base of the vagina behind the pelvic bone
2) this spot would be shield from most objects/dicks entering it most frequently with 2 exceptions: a curled finger doing the cum hither motion…or ??
3) I have observed that as women ejaculate, the volume is effected by the pushing of the cervix towards the vaginal opening and women tend to squirt as the cervix reaches the vaginal opening.
4) The ejaculate is a slippery, lubricating substance.

 See how the head pushes right into the same spot?

This is consistent with….childbirth.  That’s why women can squirt.  The head of the baby goes to the end of the vagina and hits the pelvic bone right where the g-spot is. It’s a huge baby head and needs lubrication to get out and it pushed against the female prostate gland located at that location.  So a massive amount of lubrication is produced in order to get the head to clear the bones and leave the vagina during the birthing process.

When the woman bears down to push the baby out…it also encourages squirting to get more lube around the baby so that it can get out of the really small opening.

This is also consistent with reports of large volumes of clear liquid present during births as well as reports of ‘orgasmic type feelings’ by mothers during birth.

And that is the evolutionary reason why females ejaculate. Again, women squirt during orgasm because they are triggering the same mechanisms that is utilized to ease the birthing process.

You heard it here first.

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