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    • While I was aware of Skene’s glands and Bartholin’s glands, I was never aware that Skene’s glands were termed a female prostate.
      Looks like the joke’s on me.
      Thanks for the knowledge.

  1. Sorry…the putz that transcribed the report should have caught that….oh wait, it was probably EMR…see the doc DO still need us hovering to catch crap.

    • I take exception to the word “putz”, but it should have been caught, unless it was offshored to India, in which case you get what you pay for. I’d be guessing you meant “..the docS do still need…”

      Ahem.

  2. A past girlfriend of mine, who, upon intense stimulation, ejaculated. Once. The only time I’ve ever seen a woman ejaculate – it was definitely something to see, I’ll tell ya’.

    And echoing Clinton’s sentiments above (“may have been… ah… enthusiastic in bed as a result of a female prostate”), this particular girlfriend had the highest sex drive of any woman I’ve ever been with. And, yes, she was a biological female.

  3. Err, women have prostate glands as well…

    The Skene’s gland, also known as the paraurethral gland, found in females, is homologous to the prostate gland in males. In 2002 the Skene’s gland was officially renamed the prostate by the Federative International Committee on Anatomical Terminology.

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