Thursday, September 16

shejaculation - NSFW

Think female ejaculation is something only porn stars and fetishists do? Sex columnist Dorothy Black says not so.

Look, I will state it categorically and without hesitation: I love my vagina. In one of those lists they ask you to write about what your top, most favourite body parts are, I would have to write:

1. Vagina

2. Eyes

3. Hair
4. And so on…


Though, frankly, after ‘eyes’ anything not directly related to the senses wouldn’t mean much to me. (‘Lips and tongue’ for tasting, sucking and licking as opposed to ‘my smile’ etc etc.)


My vagina and I have had some good times together. I reckon our grand relationship really comes down to the fact that because I look after her and pay her attention she gives me all manner of fantastic orgasms. And this pleases me.

Except, I’ve recently come to realise that she’s been withholding on one major punani pleasure. The
piece d’resistance of orgasms. The Holy Grail of orgasms.

No. Not the g-spot, a-spot or u-spot. Those are all so last season.

I’m talking about female ejaculation. Once considered a mythological tale akin to that of the Yeti and the US moon landing, shejaculation is The Next Big Thing of women’s sex topics. Read more...

oh how do you gush my lovely

I love how the first two comments on the column are like 'oh that topic's just so passé we (or my lovers) gush ALL the time. yawn.'

funny.

for the rest of us mortals...

'Amrita' is Sanskrit for 'elixir of immortality' or 'divine nectar' and refers to female ejaculate which is considered to be both mystical and powerfully healing.

i get lots of mails for info about g-spots etc etc and i'll write up a full 'orgasm points' post soon... for now, pics...

although this pic shows the organs as separate. they're really not... so it looks kinda like this:

which is why, if you pop your finger in like so...


you'll probably feel a rough little patch where your g-spot, or g-area, is and because the bladder's so right there, it's probably why you might feel the need to pee when you start giving your g some loving...every woman is different though so...

oh and the skeens gland, where they think the fluid might be coming from and which i talk about in the column as 'draining' from a point near the urethra, like so:

so. there you have it then. anyway. can't chat. long overdue article. editor. breathing. down. neck. argh.