wet and wild

September 2011
Cleo;Sep2011, p164
The article discusses female ejaculation, which refers to a situation when a woman expels fluid as she reaches a climax during sexual activity. Sex therapist Pamela Supple explains that women have a prostate in the area known as the G-spot. She points out that letting go of fear and relaxing is important to achieve female ejaculation. It notes that female ejaculation gives men a confirmation that they are doing what is right. Tips for experiencing ejaculation are presented.


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