Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Women's Experiences of the Sexual Relationship at the Age of Onset of Female Ejaculation
by Plapp, Marram Emily Jane, M.A., Prescott College, 2013, 222; 1537725
Abstract (Summary)

Ten women were interviewed about aspects of the sexual relationship they were in when they first experienced female ejaculation. Interview data was analyzed using phenomenology. Analysis revealed the women experienced their first female ejaculation in various types of sexual relationships all of which had some type of personal connection. Three types of personal connections defining their relationships are identified and described including "intimacy, closeness, friendship, or attraction;" "functional;" and "sexual exploration, discovery, learning, or experimentation." The women were experiencing elements that were distinct and unprecedented in the sexual relationship they were in when they first experienced female ejaculation compared to previous and subsequent sexual relationships in which they did not. The most important "primary" elements and differences the women were experiencing are in the following areas: (a) trust, (b) positive traits and behaviors in their partner, (c) sexual receptivity, (d) comfort, (e) feelings for their partner, (f) sexual stimulation, (g) undergoing a biological change or transition, or (h) the overall personal connection that defined their sexual relationship. These "primary" elements and differences in turn created many equally important "secondary" elements and differences the women were experiencing. The "primary" and "secondary" elements and differences the women were experiencing in their sexual relationship when they first ejaculated can help explain the wide range in the age of onset of female ejaculation.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Minson, Nancy
Commitee: Fry, Nina E., Rand, Marsha
School: Prescott College
Department: Counseling Psychology
School Location: United States -- Arizona
Source: MAI 51/06M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Counseling Psychology
Keywords: Ejaculation, Female prostate, G-spot, Orgasm, Phenomenology, Women's sexuality
Publication Number: 1537725
ISBN: 9781303095306
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