Skene's gland

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Skene's gland

 (skēnz) or Skene gland (skēn)
[After Alexander Johnston Chalmers Skene (1837-1900), Scottish-born American gynecologist.]
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The G-spot is often referred to as a female prostate because it functions similarly to the male prostate.
To see fluid shooting with velocity and forced out of the glands and ducts that surround the urethra--what is called the "urethral sponge" of the clitoris, now officially the "female prostate"--through the vaginal opening, provides a new script for female sexuality and repositions the female body as powerful, active, and autonomous.