What Is Male Ejaculation?
What do you prefer? In or out? Many women loved it when their guys come inside of them, and of course, guys love it too. They say it's a whole new feeling. We're going to tell you what it feels like for women, according to science and other women but first, let's talk a bit about the science behind male ejaculation. This way you'll have the whole picture and maybe you can enjoy it even more.
When a guy is engaging in sexual activities, there are phases that lead to ejaculation. First comes desire, then arousal and erection, and it all ends with ejaculation. Ejaculation or male ejaculation occurs when semen (a sticky white liquid that contains the sperm) is released from the penis, this usually happens during an orgasm. However, men can ejaculate without having an orgasm, and they can have an orgasm without ejaculating.
Ejaculation has two phases: emission and expulsion. The emission phase is when the semen is created and that happens when fluids from the prostate, seminal vesicles, and vas deferens are combined. The expulsion phase occurs when the muscles contract to and propel the semen into the urethra and out of the penis. If everything is healthy and good you'll both have a good time. But, there are several potential problems with male ejaculation that you should be aware of. A guy could suffer from premature ejaculation (when ejaculation occurs before the desired time), delayed ejaculation (not being able to ejaculate in a timely manner after a prolonged sexual stimulation), absent ejaculation (when an orgasm occurs but there is no ejaculation), and retrograde ejaculation (a condition where semen travels backward into the bladder.
What is the science behind it?
There's a science behind male ejaculation. Have you wondered how it happens? What goes on inside the male reproductive system before the main event? Ejaculation is a complex process that takes place in two phases. emission and expulsion; and it involves several parts of the male reproductive system such as:
- Vas deferens: these are the tubes that store and move the semen from the testes to the penis
- Seminal vesicles: glands that make fluids that go into the semen
- Prostate: the fluids that feed and protect the sperm are secreted here
- Urethra: the tube inside the penis by which semen and urine are expelled from the body
- Bladder: where the urine is stored
So, how do all these parts work together to produce male ejaculation? In the emission phase (first part of ejaculation) the sperm are moved from the testes and the epididymis (where sperm is stored) to the beginning of the urethra. This phase is triggered by the automatic nervous system via nerves that go from the male reproductive system to the spinal cord. The first thing that happens is the bladder neck closes so that semen cannot travel backward into the bladder. After that, the prostate and the seminal vesicles add their seminal fluids to the urethra. These fluids help the sperm's mobility because they decrease the acidity. The sperm joins these fluids (by traveling from the testes and vas deferens in the urethra) creating the semen. By this point ejaculation is inevitable. It becomes a reflex reaction that cannot be interrupted voluntarily.
The expulsion phase is when the semen leaves the body. How does this happen? The muscles in the pelvis and penis contract several times causing the expulsion of semen through the urethra and out of the penis. Once this happens, the erection decreases.
What does it feel like for women?
What does it feel when a man ejaculates inside of you? According to some internet surveys, the answers varied from amazing to "I can't actually feel it". It will depend on the women, how stimulated she is before the big event, and how much ejaculate a guy shoots when having an orgasm. Some women say it feels amazing because it enhances intimacy and makes their orgasms feel more intense. There's something very primal in letting your significant other cum inside, they enjoy this psychological intimacy too.
Some women say that they don't actually feel the male ejaculate, they feel more when it's about to happen, the increase in the intensity of the thrusting, and that is what feels amazing. They do not feel the ejaculation unless it's voluminous, which is not always the case. Others say that it will depend on how deep the penis is during ejaculation and how lubricated they are. If the penetration is not so deep, they feel something, again it will depend on the force of the ejaculation, they feel like a tickling or bubbling sensation. Some describe it as a "warm lube".
Women who have had intercourse with guys that are "strong" ejaculators, feel it every time and that's because they "shoot" a lot and they "shoot" it hard. It feels like a water gunshot and then flooding of hot juices that increases the pressure in their vaginas making their orgasms feel more pleasurable.
What Is The Importance Of Cumming Inside A Woman In Terms Of Sexual Satisfaction?
There is some research that has investigated the importance or the role that male ejaculate plays in the sexual satisfaction of women. One of the most relevant findings of this research is that women say that they experience more intense orgasms when men cum inside of them. A study conducted by Andrea Burri of the European Institute for Sex Health shed some light on this matter, and the author said she was compelled to conduct it because she noticed that during her daily practical work women were expressing strong opinions regarding male ejaculate. All the talk was not about clinical terms, it was regarding how they felt about their partner's ability to ejaculate and how that made them feel.
The study took a closer look at how man's ejaculation affects women, their own sexual satisfaction and functioning, and what they consider important. It consisted of a survey of 240 heterosexually sexually active women (ages 20 to 60 years old) regarding their sexual preferences. The first finding was that 50.43% of women considered it very important that their partner ejaculate during intercourse. 22.6% of women indicated that they experienced a more intense orgasm when their partners cum inside them.
According to this study, the importance of a guy cumming inside you during intercourse depends on how important sex is to the woman and how important it is to actually have an orgasm. Some women expressed that for them intimacy is more important and that they didn't care if they had an orgasm or not.
Another finding of this study is that 18% preferred that their partner ejaculates before they reach their own orgasms. Regarding volume (quantity of male ejaculate), 20.9% of women said that they didn't feel a more intense orgasm based on what the subjectively ejaculate felt, but the majority, 37.9% said it didn't matter to them.
When it comes to intensity, you know the grunts and groans, 17.4% of women reported that they definitely had a more intense orgasm when their partner also had an intense ejaculation. However, 17.8% said it didn't matter at all.
Based on this study (which has its limitations because it was self-reported and subjective), sexual satisfaction was achieved when women's partners ejaculate with intensity in sounds and quantity.
Are There Benefits of Cumming Inside A Woman?
The main benefit of cumming inside a woman should be the pleasure that both of you experienced during and after intercourse. However, there are some other health benefits you can reap from ejaculating inside your significant other.
A mood boost
According to science, semen is full of compounds that can boost the mood, it can lower depression symptoms. In a study conducted at the State University of New York in Albany, they compared women who had sex with a condom, with those that didn't use one. Results indicated that women that had sex without a condom showed fewer signs of depression. According to the author "data are consistent with the possibility that semen may antagonize depressing symptoms and evidence which shows that the vagina absorbs a number of components of semen that can be detected in the bloodstream."
Apart from the worn-out after sex (for both of you), that can make you fall into a deep and satisfying sleep. Semen actually contains melatonin, a chemical that induces relaxation and sleep, so when received during intercourse it will enter your bloodstream and can help you sleep better.
Lowers the risk of prostate cancer
According to a study in The Journal of the American Medical Association, the act of expelling the semen has the health benefit of decreasing the risk of prostate cancer. So regularly cumming inside a woman can lower the chances of having prostate cancer in the future.
Many women have said that when a man cums inside them it feels amazing because their own orgasm is intensified. However, if you're not in a committed relationship always be cautious of having sex without protection because there's always the risk of an STD or pregnancy.