Did you know that the women have also the capacity to ejaculate? Did you know that there are women named “spring-women” who have very special sexual secretions, abundant and different from the ejaculatory fluids? Which is the difference between the lubrication liquid, the ejaculation liquid and the feminine exceptional erotic secretions known as “kalas”?
In our society, the sexual education is quite deficitary. Very few people have the minimum of necessary knowledge to what sexuality is concerned.
This education that is lacking is in fact at the basis of a person’s future erotic experience because this education helps a person to be naturally open towards one’s own body and towards one’s own sexuality.
THE WOMEN PERCEIVE THE VAGINAL ORGASM DEEPER THAN THE CLITORAL ORGASM
Generally, women have two types of orgasms: clitoral and vaginal. They may experience one or the other or a combination of the two. Clitoral orgasm occurs through the stimulation of the clitoris, is very powerful, but is also superficial.
Vaginal orgasm, including also the stimulation of the G-point is perceived deeper, and offers an extraordinary sensation of pleasure all through the body.
The G-point is located behind the pubic bone, on the abdominal side of the vaginal wall. Introducing the finger inside the vagina, you may feel that the tissue has a different texture in that area, and there are some folds. This is the urethral sponge, the analogue of the prostate in man, having the same structure of the pleasure organ.
The G-point may also be stimulated from outside the body, through the pressure of the inner abdomen, right above the pubic bone.
Some very sensual women may experience cervix orgasm, when the cervix opens up in the moment of the orgasm. This orgasm is the most profound and the most intense.
When a woman is very excited, her erectile tissue is filled with blood, and there is the possibility of ejaculation, due to the great quantity of energy accumulated in that area.
The prolonged stimulation of the area beneath the clitoris, on both sides of the urethral opening, continuing inside the vagina, to the G-point makes the woman experience intense and powerful orgasms.
The experts and scientist in the field of sexology had have endless debates on the margin of female ejaculation phenomenon.
There are very few women who can make the difference between the lubrication liquid, the ejaculation liquid, and certain liquids that appear spontaneously during lovemaking, named in the Eastern tradition kalas.
The ejaculatory secretions are clear and limpid. It is not urine, although the woman may feel as if she is about to urinate when the G-spot is stimulated.
Some people say that this secretion comes from the glands in the urethral wall. It may vary in quantity from several milliliters to several cups. A woman may have several orgasms and still continue to ejaculate over a long period of time.
Due to the lack of sexual education, women often think that they have urinated when in fact they ejaculated. Other sexologists consider that the ejaculating liquid in the case of women is a mixture of lubricating liquid, liquid from the paraurethral glands, liquid from the Bartholini glands and a small quantity of urine.
The feeling of exhaustion following the feminine ejaculation is similar to that perceived by men after intercourse ended with ejaculation.
The Eastern tantric tradition sustains that there are women who experience very special states of mind during lovemaking and during these states are also manifested some special liquids named kalas.