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Orgasmic Expulsions of Fluid in the Sexually Stimulated Female

8m 36s
United States
Directed by: Mark Schoen, Ph.D.
Produced by: Mark Schoen, Ph.D.
Original Format: 16 mm
Consultants: Beverly Whipple, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N.

This is the original film of the early research on the “G spot.”
What accounts for the fluid expelled from the female’s urethra and described by some lab technicians (uninformed of its origin) as "semen without sperm”? The film depicts the event, describes the Gräfenberg Spot (felt through the anterior wall of the vagina and which, when stimulated, seems to trigger orgasm in some women), shows how to find the Gräfenberg Spot, and discusses the embarrassment felt by some women who mistakenly believed they urinate during orgasm. The fluid expelled in this film was not analyzed and is in greater quantity than fluid that was analyzed and found to be statistically significantly different from urine in chemical composition. Female ejaculation is about a teaspoon (3-5 cc) of a whitish colored fluid. The fluid expelled in this film is what is called "gushing" and has more recently been demonstrated to be diluted urine with some of the components of female ejaculation.  The film examines preliminary evidence of the existence of, at the time of the filming, a yet-to-be fully explained sexual function and/or anatomical feature.



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Orgasmic Expulsions of Fluid in the Sexually Stimulated Female

Posted by Smartbayers (2245 days ago)
The research displayed in this video is severely outdated. Several small-scale studies in the last decade have rather conclusively demonstrated that "female ejaculation/squirting" (meaning the forceful urethral expulsion of any noticable quantities of fluid) is indistinguishable from urine in its chemical composition. Studies that can be referred to regarding these results: 1. "Urethral Expulsions During Sensual Arousal and Bladder Catheterization in Seven Human Females", Schubach et al. 2001 2. "New Insights from One Case of Female Ejaculation", Rubio-Casillas et al. 2011 3. "Nature and Origin of âSquirtingâ in Female Sexuality", Salama et al. 2015
Posted by Anonymous (4877 days ago)
So... 30 years have passed. Where's Part two where the Grafenberg Spot is explained?
Posted by videopnut (5340 days ago)
Required viewing for all those who still think squirting is nothing more than loss of bladder control during orgasm.