Preview: Jack Foley
WANT to learn more about female ejaculation and the G-spot? If
the answer is yes, then get yourself down to the Townhouse, in
Beauchamp Place, London, on Wednesday, May 14, for the latest
slice of sexy fun, CAKE-style.
Finding out about female ejaculation in the UK is tough at the
best of times, but CAKE has announced an evening of fun (for women)
that should straighten things out!
Should you decide that the phenomenon has to be seen to be believed,
you may be pretty upset to hear that the BBFC (British Board of
Film Classification) censors it.
In what CAKE describes as a clear example of discrimination,
the censors flatly refuse to consider any films for R18 rating
that show female ejaculation.
As far as they are concerned, it doesnt exist, so any women
doing it on film are urinating - end of discussion. When a UK
documentary was made to try and shed some light on the topic,
they banned that too.
Thankfully, Feminists Against Censorship (FAC) have challenged
the BBFC to justify their stance on female ejaculation and note
"Ejaculation is not qualified by gender, hence it
would seem reasonable to assume that [the Board] would permit
female as well as male ejaculation. However, this is not the case.
[In a previous ruling] The Board reasoned that the film did not
show female ejaculation because, according to the 'expert medical
advice' received by the Board, female ejaculation does not exist."
(Louise Achille and Catherine Wilkinson, FAC).
According to CAKE's leading sexperts, the decision by the board
is in clear contradiction with scientific research, as well as
And judging from the experiences of CAKE.Girls in the UK
there is no denying that female ejaculation exists!
As one CAKE.Girl in the UK noted, 'the first time I had an orgasm
was by myself with a vibrator and the result was a shooting stream
For the full lowdown on this member's experiences, visit the
CAKE.London website, accessed by clicking the link on the right
of this page.
However, back to the subject at hand, and findings which suggest
that some researchers deny that female ejaculation exists, while
others are unconvinced and see it as being akin to urinary incontinence;
others still believe it exists but are uncertain of its cause.
For those women who have experienced ejaculation, and for a lucky
few who have learned to do it regularly, being told it doesnt
exist is hardly inspiring!
According to CAKE: "The way society views the female bodily
fluids and their release during sexual stimulation can have long
lasting implications for female sexuality and sexual pleasure.
"Some women who are worried about the lack of control they
have over the release of fluids such as vaginal lubrication, ejaculation
or sweat, have been known to avoid sex altogether rather than
risk feeling embarrassment in front of their partner."
As a result, CAKE believes that a more open debate is required
on the issue, and more research needs to be done.
"The last thing we need is for the issue of female ejaculation
to be brushed aside, ignored, belittled or banned," it maintains.
Given that CAKE is about sharing knowledge, and prompting change,
the organisation wants to know more.
"We want to get people talking about it and sharing their
experiences, good or bad, so we can all benefit. So get in touch
and tell us what you think!"
In order to do so, why not visit the CAKE website and become
a UK member, where details of The Lowdown event and membership
passes can also be obtained.
NB. The event is strictly for women only.