Female ejaculation, also known as squirting, is the release of a fluid from the Skene's glands, which are located near the urethra. The fluid is usually clear or milky in color and is expelled through the urethra during sexual arousal or orgasm.
It is important to note that not all women are able to squirt, and the ability to do so can vary from person to person.
Squirting is not something that can be forced or controlled, it happens naturally, and it may or may not be accompanied by orgasm. It is also important to note that what is often referred to as "squirting" in pornography is not always a release of the Skene's gland fluid, but rather the release of urine.
The process of squirting is not fully understood by scientists and researchers. It is believed that the Skene's glands fill with fluid during sexual arousal, and then release the fluid during orgasm. Some experts believe that the fluid is similar to prostatic fluid, while others suggest that it may be a combination of urine and other secretions. One is certain - it is what all women desire.