Using a semen extractor for a woman? (Science shows are weird sometimes...)

A few days ago I saw a science show that was explaining that morphologically, a woman's "g-spot" is the same component of the reproductive system as a man's prostate. Same program mentioned female ejaculation (in which a clear fluid is expelled from a woman's eurethra during (certain types of) orgasm), but didn't draw what seems to be an obvious connection between this and the "g-spot" being equivalent to a male's prostate (i.e. whether anyone has traced the fluid's production to the "g-spot" (which would make sense given the first point)).

Other than the mention of the morphological similarity between the two structures, nothing particularly new as far as information...


  1. Dare

    Dare on 01/21/2006 4:12 p.m. #

    This is far in time, but this post just turned up in a search(hail Google), so:<br />
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    1) A woman could definitely place it by feel, all those nerves are good for several things ;)<br />
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    2) A G-spot orgasm doesn't always produce "ejaculation". However, it appears that only G-spot orgasms can produce "ejaculation", and I believe in the connection.<br />
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    3) Finally, a bull ejaculator doesn't produce an orgasm, merely ejaculation.

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