Family, Relation and Sexuality

7 things to know about squirting women

The term “fountain woman” makes people blush, wonder or fantasize. Often associated with porn imagery, we hear about it without really understanding this phenomenon related to the female orgasm… which can concern all women!


A veil of obscure mystery surrounds what is called “squirting women”. The representation that we make of them is often truncated by the images conveyed by the pornographic industry. We imagine living geysers, which can excite some and make others anxious. This physical reaction is far from being a heresy or reserved for a minority of women. They have become a kind of myth because it took a long time to address the issue of female pleasure. Moreover, no scientific term exists to evoke this phenomenon. The first studies on female pleasure date from the 1970s, and science is still at the stage of hypotheses.


What do we mean by fountain women?

These are women who expel a certain amount of liquid during sex, sometimes quite forcefully. This amount can sometimes be as much as 300 mL. This may be in conjunction with an orgasm, or it may be due to stimulation alone. Whatever the case, the phenomenon is linked to intense pleasure.


Female ejaculation and squirting are two different things

Most people think that the two terms are interchangeable. However, a woman can have an ejaculation without having a squirting reaction. The two fluids emitted have two different origins. Female ejaculation produces a small amount of fluid, which can go unnoticed.


What is the expelled fluid made of?


The liquid produced during female ejaculation mixes with vaginal secretions and emanates from the Skene glands, a kind of female prostate. The liquid expelled during the phenomenon of female fountains is produced by the kidneys, it comes from the bladder and goes out via the urethra. However, it is not urine at all, rest assured, but a by-product with a virtually zero urea content, which can be assimilated to water. This non-fertile fluid, without reproductive cells, is colorless and odorless.


All women can be fountainheads


There are no fountain women and no other. Anatomically, there is no difference between them. Thus, several experts such as Dr. Samuel Salama affirm that all women are unknowing fountains. However, a minority of women experience it: 6 to 36% of women, depending on the study.


The fountain phenomenon is not systematic


Being a fountain woman is not a definitive nature. Some discover it the first time they have sex, others much later. For some, this expulsion will occur at every orgasm and for others, it is a rather occasional fact. The fountain woman can be any woman and there is no particular profile. Science has a hard time explaining how this phenomenon occurs. The only fact common to the different testimonies and experiences is that it takes a great deal of letting go on the part of the woman to reach this state.



A phenomenon that intrigues all over the world


The fountain woman was already spoken of in China and in ancient India with Tantrism. Today, in Asia, the expelled liquid is called “lotus nectar”. In Rwanda, traditional sex education favors female ejaculation: it is a sign of fertility, fulfillment and marital happiness, and therefore highly sought after! Fountains are thus elevated to the status of goddesses, since they release “kunyaza” or, in French, “sacred water”. This Rwandan tradition echoes a historical fact: a queen terribly frustrated by the wars that kept her husband away resolved to call upon her servant. The latter feverishly approached his penis to the queen’s clitoris, which provoked kunyaza, a tradition recounted in a documentary by Olivier Jourdain.

One thing is sure, the subject leaves no one indifferent. On Google, there are more than 1,500,000 queries about this phenomenon, whose secrets you now know!