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this is the last video in the sequence on female ejaculation. The uterus is a possible source of ejaculatory fluid as well as the prostate and urinary bladder. A vaginal orgasm is the notion that women can have an orgasm through stimulation during intercourse or other vaginal penetration, entirely without clitoral stimulation. However, the vagina has few nerve endings, and therefore cannot create an orgasm on its own. Studies show that approximately 83 of men experience a nocturnal emission at some point in their lives. 2 there is a difference between nocturnal orgasms and nocturnal emissions, because males can have a nocturnal orgasm (a sexual climax) without ejaculating (an emission of seminal fluids). female ejaculation occurs when fluid not necessarily urine is expelled from your urethra during sexual arousal or orgasm. This is different from the cervical fluid that lubricates your. air emissions, or queefs, from the vagina occur most commonly during sexual activity or exercise. Vaginal flatulence, also known as a queef, is an emission of trapped air from the vagina. during sexual arousal, blood flow to the vagina, vulva, and clitoris increases, causing swelling known as vasocongestion. At this time, a sweating reaction occurs that lubricates the vaginal walls. The combination of vaginal mucus and lubrication makes up womens sexual secretions, which can contain carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins, and. each womans final scan showed an empty bladder, meaning the liquid squirted at orgasm almost certainly originated from the bladder. Fluid in the vaginal keeps the tissue moist and healthy, and provides lubrication during sex. The vaginal fluid consists of a mixture of secretions from various mucous, oil and sweat glands 3. During sexual arousal, vaginal secretions increase due to seepage of fluid through the vaginal wall due to increased blood flow into the tissue.