Ejaculate is a combination of several body fluids- primarily prostatic fluid, fluid from the cowper’s gland and (in men) sperm.
The contractions of the pelvic muscle help propel the ejaculate fluid out of the body.
There is a lot of fuss about ejaculation in the sex education world: men want to learn how to withhold ejaculation, and women want to learn how to ejaculate. Both goals are seen as markers of enlightenment or sophistication.
Some traditions discourage frequent ejaculation, citing the emission of precious fluids as depleting to overall health and vitality. Modern medicine, however, encourages frequent ejaculation to maintain prostate health and hormone levels.
It is our position that ejaculation is just one of the many pleasurable options for sexual climax, and is neither more nor less advanced that non-ejaculatory orgasms.
Arousal, Erection, Orgasm and Ejaculation are often considered to be a package deal for men: you can’t have one without the other. To enjoy more sexual pleasure and erotic freedom, it is essential to dismantle this myth and understand these events to be complementary experiences that may come in any combination.