Sexual Biology: 2. Female Prostatic Ejaculation – Kekereke
This video discusses the biology of female prostatic ejaculation, one of four possible sources of female orgasmic discharge. It shows both the location and a close up of the female prostate and compares it with the male prostate. The female prostate is still referred to as paraurethral glands by less modern Ob/Gyns and Urologists. In 2002, The Federative International Committee on Anatomical Terminology agreed to support the term “female prostate’, in lieu of “peraurethral glands,” or “Skene’s Glands.”
This gland(s) produces PSA just like the male prostate. The throbbing flow, in sync with orgasmic muscle contractions, is about 5 ml in volume, milky and the taste may vary with the time of the woman’s menstrual cycle. All forms of female ejaculation or emission , are far more pleasurable than not ejaculating on orgasm from what I have been told. Although one woman told me this always happened from the first time she masturbated. She wouldn’t know, having no comparison to a lesser pleasure.
The biological mechanism of ejaculation is unknown in both male and female. One investigator proposes it is due to a build up of endorphins (natural morphine) that triggers the response in both male and female orgasms. That explains the greater pleasure.