Aristotle had been most likely the very very very first to write on feminine ejaculation, and Galen is thought to have known

Aristotle had been most likely the very very very first to write on feminine ejaculation, and Galen is thought to have known

Abstract

Female ejaculation refers to of a teaspoon (3–5 cc) of fluid expelled through the urethra that appears like watered‐down fat‐free milk, tastes sweet, and will not smell like urine. Analysis regarding the fluid shows it is chemically not the same as urine. Continue reading “Aristotle had been most likely the very very very first to write on feminine ejaculation, and Galen is thought to have known”