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Ask Fanny: Is My Girlfriend Having Orgasms?

Friday, November 13th, 2015

Deborah Sundahl G-spot expertG-spot and female ejaculation expert Deborah Sundahl, a.k.a. Fanny Fatale, answers your questions about female ejaculation and G-spot orgasms. She is the author of Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot, 2nd Revised Edition.

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Dear Fanny,
I have an amazing girlfriend (I am a guy). When I start licking her pussy, after a minute she squirts, and then shortly thereafter, she will squirt again, and even a third time and fourth.

She speaks very little English, so communication is somewhat a problem. Only the very basic things can we communicate about.

So I will ask you, is she having orgasms?



Dear Charlie,

Guess what!  Orgasms and ejaculation—in both women and men—are two separate functions. Ejaculation is a release of fluid, and an orgasm is, well, an orgasm.

Some women ejaculate small amounts with very little stimulation. Some women ejaculate small amounts just pushing out their pelvic floor muscles. So, your girlfriend is normal.

How to get her to build and release a lot of ejaculate? Intercourse from behind with slow and steady movements, removing your penis when you feel her pelvic muscles try to push your penis out of her vagina. Why? Because she is trying to ejaculate all over you!

Have fun and let it flow!


Check out the Ask Fanny article here at Fatale’s blog, “Is She Ready to Have a Squirting Orgasm?”

For more detailed information, check out Female Ejaculation for Couples, a great starter DVD guide to learning about and having G-spot orgasms!

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Ask Fanny: Is She Ready to Have a Squirting Orgasm?

Friday, February 27th, 2015

Deborah Sundahl G-spot expertG-spot expert Deborah Sundahl, a.k.a. Fanny Fatale, answers your questions about female ejaculation and the g-spot.
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My wife and I are trying to explore female ejaculation. I can find her G spot, make her cum and become pretty wet. Sometimes create a wet spot on our bed. How can I take her to the next level where the gush becomes more and she can squirt?

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Dear Steve,
Is your wife ready to have a squirting G spot orgasm?

Many women cannot ejaculate profusely, i.e., arc outwards, spray all over, with something in her vagina. That means toys, fingers, penis—all have to come out of the vagina in order for many women to have that lovely fountainous explosion.

Also, if a woman’s vaginal muscles are weak or tense, it will be harder, if not impossible, to ejaculate. She needs to do her Kegel exercises. For a great device to use in strengthening these muscles, try the Kegelmaster. The Kegelmaster site has great information about vaginal muscles and exercises.

There is also a chapter on PC muscle strength and flexibility in my book, Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot. The second revised edition is now available.

Lastly, I cannot emphasize enough that a woman has to want to go to the next level. She needs to take this into her own hands. Often, a woman’s partner wants her to do things she is not ready for, or not interested in.

Pressure and over-eagerness by a male or female partner will backfire, causing a woman who is not ready to gush or have a squirting G spot orgasm to shut down rather than open up.

Better to tell her your desires. Find out if she wants to learn to do that for you, and then give her time and space to get to it on her own. It takes time for a woman to realize that spraying so much or squirting is okay, and time for her to realize that gushing is natural and to adjust.

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P.S. Check out Deborah Sundahl’s Female Ejaculation for Couples DVD for video demonstrations of how to female ejaculate and achieve gushing, squirting G spot orgasms.

Ask Fanny: Female Ejaculation During Pregnancy

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Deborah SundahlG-spot expert and author Deborah Sundahl, a.k.a. Fanny Fatale, answers your questions about female ejaculation and the G-spot.

Dear Fanny,

Thank you so much for enlightening us with your knowledge on female ejaculation. My partner has been able to ejaculate effortlessly for the past number of years due to the beautiful insight from people such as yourself, Shannon Bell, Carol Queen and Susie Bright to name a few. She is currently 8 months pregnant and already lactating. It was just until recently she started clit pumping to make the clitoris as erect as possible for maximum pleasure, and then finishing with an Hitachi Magic Wand to spray everywhere. Since the past few weeks we have noticed an increase of ejaculate, and lactation occurring without even masturbation of the tits. How come there is more ejaculate when a woman is in her third trimester? Is it normal for a pregnant woman to masturbate herself 3-4 times daily this late in one’s pregnancy? What damage if any will occur from clit pumping?

Thanks for your time, and many blessings.

Regards, Pjr


Dear Pjr,

Since the female prostate was only sanctioned as an anatomical term by the medical profession three years ago, very few studies have been done on female ejaculation. Therefore, studies during pregnancy are many years away. What we rely on are personal experiences, so in that regard I thank you for writing in to tell us your experiences as your partner brings her baby to term.

Therefore, it would be interesting to hear from your partner about why she is pleasuring herself so often, and how it feels to be ejaculating so profusely. I surmise her ejaculate is very clear and exquisite in its “energetic taste and smell” during this special phase in her life.

I would encourage you to drink it, because her ejaculate is likely very full of vitamins, minerals and hormones. Ejaculate is a healthful elixir even without the supposed added benefit of pregnancy.

I am not surprised to hear that ejaculate increases during pregnancy, as do all fluids in the female body. Pregnancy is the prime “fertility goddess” phase in a woman’s lifecycle. Juicy, erotic, full, ripe… all pregnant women should be loved up and honored for the feminine archetype that they represent: fertility and abundance, creation, motherhood and love eternal. Flowing female ejaculate is its symbol. I encourage both of you to spend a little time reflecting on this higher meaning of pregnancy by digging a little deeper into its sacred mysteries.

The erotic sensation created by enlarging the clitoris with a sucking pump device can be appealing for some women. With such an exquisite ability to ejaculate so freely during pregnancy, I encourage her to back off a bit from the clitoral stimulation and focus visually and sensationally on the G-spot. The G-spot orgasm triggers 2/3 of the pelvic muscles, whereas the clitoral orgasm triggers only the first 1/3 of the pelvic muscles. Having stronger G-spot orgasms can help keep those important muscles fit for childbirth. In addition, it is much harder to ejaculate with a strictly clitoral orgasm, so if there is a lot of ejaculation now, there would be even more! Also, the G-spot’s natural orgasmic sensation is one of deep love—a wonderful heart opening in which to bring a new child into the world.

I’m sure the baby is benefiting now from all the endorphins running around in your partner’s body from all the good loving she is gifting herself with. You might want to consider going all the way; i.e., birth your child in the ejaculate waters. This practice was commonplace in ancient times, and some midwives today are reviving it. Since your partner is feeling so completely erotic—and it’s great that she is free enough to let go into ejaculating freely—why not embrace also the erotic feeling that is the inherent nature of pregnancy. The baby’s head will bear down upon that G-spot and ejaculate will flow along with birth blood and fluids, so have the orgasm to ease the pain, and birth your baby in the ejaculate waters! The child will surely be blessed.

Best wishes,



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P.S. The revised 2nd edition of Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot by Deborah Sundahl (Turner Publishing, 2014) is in stock and available now.

P.P.S. Learn more about female ejaculation and the G-spot! Sign up now for Deborah’s webinars–Feminine Fountain Webinar Workshop for Women or Webinar Talk for Men.


New Poll: Is the G-spot for you?

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Last month, we asked what kind of sex you wanted to try this year. Looks like a lot of people are ready and willing to try something new! Lots of variation across the board. Check out the results.

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This month, we want to know what you think about female ejaculation and the G-spot. We ask:

On a scale of 1-5, how do you rate female ejaculation and G-spot orgasms?

Vote now! The poll is on Fatale’s home page and 100% anonymous.

Till next time, we wish you fabulous sex.

Nan and Christi

P.S. Want to learn more about female ejaculation and the G-spot? Take a look at G-spot expert Deborah Sundahl’s bestselling Female Ejaculation: The Workshop and Female Ejaculation for Couples.

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The Spot…The G-Spot!

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

Deborah SundahlKudos to female ejaculation and G-spot expert Deborah Sundahl for an excellent article in the Santa Fe Reporter by Hunter Riley of Self Serve Toys in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The spot, the zone, the district: Deborah Sundahl helps women and couples find the joys of the g-spot” is a really worthwhile read about how Deborah teaches couples and women how to have amazing gushing orgasms.

Better orgasms,” as Deborah Sundahl puts it.

Article snip: “Sundahl has helped thousands of women feel good in their bodies and experience pleasure in a way they haven’t felt comfortable doing so before.”

You can read Deborah’s “Ask Fanny” advice column at Fatale’s blog.

You can follow Deborah on Twitter @DeborahSundahl and Hunter Riley @HunterORiley. Follow Fatale @FataleMedia.

Here’s to great orgasms!

P.S. If you haven’t seen How to Female Ejaculate: The Workshop by Deborah Sundahl, do it. It’s a solid primer for learning about female ejaculation and the G-spot.


G-Spot Lessons

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Deborah Sundahl Female Ejaculation ExpertDoes G-spot sex come naturally to you? To a lot of people, it doesn’t, and for that G-spot diva Deborah Sundahl offers a wealth of resources.

Want to learn where the G-spot is, what it is and how to make your woman have the deepest, sexiest orgasms you ever imagined? Then Female Ejaculation: The Workshop is for you. An all-woman cast provides a safe space in which to talk, to touch, to explore.

Female Ejaculation for CouplesWant to explore G-spot orgasms in a straight couples context? Then we recommend Female Ejaculation for Couples. Three straight couples talk openly and learn to have G-spot sex under the tutelage of expert Deborah Sundahl.

Deborah also offers in-person workshops. These intimate, loving sessions are just right if you want or need guidance from an experienced, gentle teacher.

Deborah guides you to learn where the G-spot is, what makes it so vital to fulfilling sex, and how to massage the G-spot to achieve maximum pleasure. Workshops are either for women only or for couples.

Her female ejaculation and the G-spot webinars are perfect if you want to participate but aren’t in the neighborhood where Deborah is teaching.

Now through November, she’s in the U.K., Europe and Ireland giving workshops and lectures. Countries include England, Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, Copenhagen, Poland, Belgium and France. She returns to the U.S. at the end of the year.

Check out Deborah’s complete events calendar, including webinars.

See all Deborah’s DVDs and female ejaculation book on Fatale’s site.

Ask Fanny: Keys to Female Ejaculation

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

Deborah Sundahl Female Ejaculation ExpertG-spot expert Deborah Sundahl, a.k.a. Fanny Fatale, answers your questions about female ejaculation and the g-spot.

Dear Deborah,

I’ve identified some things that help me ejaculate: being relaxed; massage on the whole body; lots of stimulation and preliminaries before masturbation starts; pressure on my pelvis; performing oral sex on my partner while she masturbates me. Are they all “procedures” you would recommend? Any others to add?


Jane C.

Dear Jane,

This is good that you know your body and what it likes!! Most women ejaculate when they are relaxed and feeling happy with themselves and their partner. Often, a woman going through a divorce or difficult time with her partner will stop ejaculating. This is because female ejaculation is tied to our emotions; the G-spot is emotional by nature! Good news for women who can now express themselves fully during lovemaking and through their G-spot orgasms.

Therefore, how you touch a woman or how you touch yourself is not a procedure; rather it is a time of self-loving and expressing love to your partner. The more you connect on this level, and let your body talk and lead by getting your thoughts out of the way, the more pleasure you have and the more you ejaculate. Then, you will be shocked at the large quantity that you can ejaculate, and the fun you both can have, and the dance that occurs without effort, seemingly on its own.


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P.P.S. Ask Fanny’s advice columns, including “G-Spot Ecstasy,” sex tips and more, are located here at the Fatale blog in the category “Ask Fanny.”

Who’s Porn Good For?

Friday, November 16th, 2012

Sometimes we take for granted that porn is good for everybody! It is, when you want to celebrate sexuality, to celebrate romance, to spur that special someone into exploring new sexual territory.

But are you making your list and checking it twice? We can say that, being consummate list-makers. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to make lists and think about those special people in your life.

Female Ejaculation for CouplesFor people who aren’t sure if they’re ready to explore wider sexual turf, porn can be the perfect introduction.

Want to know more about the G-spot? Let female-ejaculation expert Deborah Sundahl show the way in her highly regarded couples video.

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Whether it’s romance or pure lust that stokes your flames, we hope your dreams and fantasies all come true.

Yours in good love and sex,

Nan & Christi

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Sex Tips: How to Tell If Your Partner Is Faking It

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

There are a thousand reasons why people fake it in bed. Sometimes it might even be a good idea.

But what if you’re the one who feels like maybe your partner is faking it. How can you tell?

First off, just because she doesn’t gush doesn’t mean she hasn’t had an orgasm. Real orgasms don’t always mean gushing female ejaculations, even if you have stroked her G-spot. You can have an orgasm without gushing.

That said, here are our top tips on how to tell is she’s faking it:

1. She’s not really even that wet. Put your finger(s) down there. You’ll be able to tell.

2. She’s not working up a sweat.

3. Her nipples aren’t hard.

4. Her moans and/or murmurs or screams don’t sound like her usual.

5. This is the most important one: she shows no signs of satisfaction or joy.

These are mostly physical signs of faking it, but the emotional content is inherent.

If your partner fakes it once or twice, don’t worry about it. But if it’s chronic, talk to her. Find out why. Find out what she needs to be satisfied in bed.

Female Ejaculation for Couples DVDMore conversation here, in dozens of Fatale Sex Tips and expert advice about female ejaculation and the G-spot.

Female Ejaculation for Couples is a perfect resource if you want to explore G-spot orgasms.