Female Source

The female prostate

The female prostate consists of erectile tissue, situated around the urethra. The prostate tissue has numerous glands and tubes that end in the urethra and the mucous membrane around the urethral opening. Length and form may vary; and as there are so many glands, the flow of joy may be prolific. The ejaculation fluid is produced in these glands; it will find an exit through the urethra and adjacent channels.

Schematische Darstellung der weiblichen Prostata

© Frauenkörper – neu gesehen. Hg. Föderation der Feministischen Frauen Gesundheits Zentren USA

The rippled tissue of this highly-sensitive region is best felt when putting a finger into the entry area of the vulva. When this tissue is stimulated and swells, it may cause a feeling of having to empty the bladder (not surprising, it’s very close-by). This area is called the G-spot.

The pelvic base

Schematische Darstellung der Klitoris-Muskeln im Bereich des Beckenbodens

© Frauenkörper – neu gesehen. Hg. Föderation der Feministischen Frauen Gesundheits Zentren USA

A well-trained pelvic base is the key to physical and sexual well-being. One doesn’t have to be pregnant or wait till advanced age to get intimate with the surrounding muscles. The pelvic base is a highly active sexual organ. Treat it well and consciously and you are ensured of a lively sex drive and an all-over affirmative attitude to life.



What I really want is to spread the word about women’s sexuality and to build up – especially – women’s confidence in themselves. For sexuality is a creative power that fills us with energy and lets us flourish.

Discussions around sexuality are still weighed down by all kinds of ballast. Recent surveys have shown that 60% of all those questioned, but especially women, find it hard to talk about sex. German government studies of the centre for sexual education have even concluded that knowledge about sexuality is diminishing. Serious, progressive education has a hard stance against the distortions spread in the public arena. Sexual images, it seems, remain firmly in the hands and minds of visual media and advertising companies. Teaching materials used at schools are reticent about describing and showing details of the female anatomy, many of them are simply incorrect. About female ejaculation and the prostate hardly anything may be found. Ignorance creates dependancy, it weakens potency and female desire. As a rule women do not have “sexual dysfunctions“ or “blocked orgasms“ – that is, in any case, what the pharmaceutical industry makes us believe. There is a serious lack of knowledge about sexuality and what is equally lacking is an empowerment for masturbation and self-exploration. If a woman does not know what she likes, how can she tell others?

I want to make women curious. Curious to know themselves inside out, to find lust without shame and to be able to share such feelings with others. Each and every one will have their very own way to find out. So:

Viva la vulva! Have fun trying out whatever makes you feel good.

Yours, Laura Méritt

Laura Méritt has a Ph.D. in the science of social communication with a wide experience as a sexologist. For 20 years now she has been involved in sex education nation-wide and internationally. Her open invitation is addressed at everyone to engage in an affirmative dialogue on sexuality. As a feminist academic she is well-versed in an wholistic approach that brings together theory and practice, verbal and non-verbal communication techniques. She emphasizes the social context of body politics, and takes this term literally, that is, as valid for all kinds of bodies. Her trademark is laughter in all its variants, her preference a language that is clear to all, is direct and friendly