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... vary greatly in size. Supposedly, they couldn't even find the Skene's glands in two of the cadavers. They were not surprised that vaginal orgasms and female ejaculation are impossible in some women. ... (21 replies)
... too, but what it meant was something more along the lines of what you said. The clitoris extends much deeper than the little bit that we see externally, and all orgasms involve the clitoris in some way. ... (21 replies)
... ion to the entire inside part of the clitoris. There are enough woman around having 'vaginal' orgasms without exterior clitoral stimulation that just because the vaginal doesn't have enough nerve endings of its own doesn't mean the stimulation isn't getting through to the good parts. ... (21 replies)

... i recently read in one magazine that vaginal orgasms do not even exist as the vagina doesnt contain enough nerve tissue. ... (21 replies)
... and she absolutely loves it, but, obviously, i don't do that everytime, because variety is the spice of life! ... (21 replies)
... spot is that it isn't supposed to be a physical spot on the vaginal wall, but an area where you can stimulate this gland which surrounds the urethra and the closest spot to it is via the front of the vagina. ... (21 replies)
... The distinction is usually that it actually 'ejaculates' from the body and the general opinion is that female ejaculation comes from the urethra. Also, do you recall what the glands are called? ... (21 replies)
... I am multi orgasmic and I have had numerous orgasms but only as I have aged..lol. Sometimes the urge to pee is actually female ejaculation and comes from within the vagina. ... (21 replies)
... With women alot of the orgasm has to do with her mental state and emotions, unlike men. If you are not really into the guy or you r stressed and worried, its harder to orgasm. ... (21 replies)
... Your right, he is obsessed with it. And yes, I'm perfectly happy with the ones I do have. I guess after reading all the stuff on this board about how awesome the vaginal ones are it would just be nice to experience it. ... (21 replies)
... It seems from your postings that he's the one obsessed with it. You mentioned you had several orgasms with him the other day... were you not happy with that? ... (21 replies)
... Geez... I sure hope this isn't the case. I'm still holding out hope for the vaginal type. Like one person on here said I think you can talk about this until you are blue in the face. I even asked my GYN and couldn't get a straight answer. ... (21 replies)
... Think of the clitoris as having "branches" and one or more branches end in the vagina. If you stimulate the end of the branch (perhaps the G-spot?) you get a different sensation than if you stimulate the clitoris directly. That's one theory, anyway. (21 replies)
... Exactly. They are all basically orgasms, it's just a matter of how you get there. Some women feel the orgasm 'centered' more in one place or another depending, but for me they are pretty much the same, sometimes stronger or weaker, regardless of what's been stimulated. (21 replies)
... Hmmm.. so, what's this having to pee sensation that women talk about from having a vaginal orgasm. I've never had one, but the way they describe it and the feeling, it sounds much different then the clitoral type. ... (21 replies)
... or do they feel any different? ... (21 replies)
... So, from what others have posted on here, is it true that all this is still just an extention of the clitorus, only internally? (21 replies)
... So... the spongy area you are referring to, is this the g-spot or something else? (21 replies)
... I disagree with you on the urethra ejaculation Thisby... there are little spongy "pocket glands" inside the vag that can secrete fluids if stimulated the right way. I am a female that ejaculates and it is definitely not from my urethra. My BF can feel the "gush" when i have an orgasm while he's still inside. :eek: (21 replies)
... Female ejaculations come from the urethra, not from the vagina, and certainly not from the clitoris since there is no hole in the clitoris for anything to come through. And even though it might come from the urethra, it is not supposed to be urine. You would know if it was urine or not. (21 replies)




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