Female Ejaculation

Female ejaculation is a phenomenon that some women may experience during sexual excitement or orgasm. It is the expulsion of fluid from the Skene glands, which are located inside the vagina near the opening of the urethra. The fluid produced during female ejaculation can vary in quantity and composition, but is usually clear and urine-like.

Female ejaculation is often confused with vaginal fluid, which is produced by the Bartholin's glands and may be present during sexual arousal, but is not associated with orgasm.