Can trans men cum jizz post-phalloplasty?

I’ve seen a lot of folks have questions about our ability to ejaculate fluid post-op. Aka produce c*m. Aka j*zz.

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pin of the skene’s gland.

So there’s two kinds of fluids related to your natal parts to discuss (1) arousal fluid and (2) climax fluid. There are more fluids, but let’s limit to these fun ones– or terrible ones, depending on your view.

{Fine print, sometimes or in some people the (2) fluid happens without an orgasm. Just like you can orgasm without the fluids.}

Lubricant is made in the Bartholin’s gland. Natally it comes out on either side of the opening [the V opening]. That’s usually during arousal. If you tend to make a lot of this, that’d be like prec*m city postop. Very valuable for lubricating an activity some term “a handy”, thus named for the sexual partner, “the hand”.

If you gush/squirt/splooge fluid when you climax, that would be what comes from the Skene’s gland. The Skene’s gland empties out your pee hole, just a half-inch or less away from the V opening. Or a cm-ish. Everybody has a Skene’s gland; in bodies typically assigned male, it is usually bigger, more developed, and called a prostate. But sometimes people with enough golden testosterone coursing through their body develop a sturdy, impressive, robust prostate regardless of sex assigned at birth (fans self). You know how nature remixes gender all the time; hormones can help that along, too.

This Skene’s gland or prostate isn’t so much a stand-alone organ as it is a network of nodes that go along the side of the urethral tube.

{1950s science projector reel voice: “…located along the lateral sides of the urethra, with the tendency to bear proximity to the dorsal and caudal vaginal walls, these nodes respond to intimate insertive pressures, whereby eliciting positive sensory feedback when enacted in the self or partner”

^the moment I choke on my own spit and enter a coughing fit in the middle of health class, because I’m sure everyone knows I have masturbated and this reel must be about me. Everyone is staring at me. I look down. I am naked. This must be a dream! —–Relief.}

Some people’s nodes are very stretchy and collect more fluid during sexual activity. That accounts for some variability in quantity.

Now, I said, “At climax this fluid is released.” BUT, I rounded up. Important~

Just like our friends with the {Culturally Dominant Conception of the Penis and Balls Set-up}™, you can shoot your shot without c*mming.

You can dry c*m: ‘nothin’-doing’ on the fluids.

You can skeet because of sex

or solo play

or because of a dream

or because of magnificent asexual mojo-magic that’s just your own style

or because of… even because of something you weren’t that into but your body did the thing? Mixed feels are ok. And bad feelings.
*Hug* – *serious pause* – – –

Maybe you’ll feel like you had an earth-shattering, toe curling orgasm at the same time.

Maybe you’ll feel like… “wait, did I just… oh jeez, that was literally anticlimactic.”

Oh: you might skeet because of anything in the song “J*zz in my Pants”. If there is no emission, usually the fluid building up in the nodes will then be reabsorbed back into the bloodstream. *bubbles sound effect* *there are no actual bubbles*

(The Skene’s gland has at least five other names. We can go into that if anyone is interested.)

When you have urethral lengthening, the fluid the Skene’s glands will come out of your new pee hole, wherever that is. [Well. Not like AT THAT MOMENT.] Most surgeries also route the Bartholin’s fluid along the same path, but I’ve heard some variation on this one.

If you’ve historically made a lot of fluid at orgasm and/or that build-up-to-gush moment, particularly if it resembled Old Faithful geyser, you may be in for a premium c*mshot postop. [The giving of the c*mshot! Although you might provoke one, too.]

If Yellowstone’s storied fluid blast was a rare-or-never kind of mild… floofsh or a lil… blurp…. for you, you may not notice anything j*zzing at climax. Surgery doesn’t change how much of this stuff you’ll make. But, the volume or effect can change randomly over time. (By randomly, scientists have just recently admitted this exists. Most men don’t truly know about the cl*t and think pee comes out a vagina, so here Science is, overslept class, printing some stuff off Wikipedia to slap up on on posterboard as fast as possible, asking to borrow your glue.)

The j*zz: It’s clear, slightly basic, mild–not acrid or bitter, and more viscous than water. (Why do I feel like I am writing a wine review? Slightly oaky with floral hints of pear…)

According to my surgeon it’s the same squirt stuff trans women make postop vaginoplasty, since they keep their prostate. If somebody had functioning testicles, this clear fluid would mix with seminal fluid and sperm, as an ingredient in what we would think of when we typically refer to spunk. [I won’t call it cis spunk bc that’s a disservice to everybody non-cis who makes the batter and is proud of it.]

So no, you don’t have to ask your doctor to set you up for j*zz-making in particular. Usually we as a community know a whole lot more about this than they do. That is, unless I overshare during an in-office procedure, in which case people like my surgeon know that since a phallo penis has a wide helicoptering axis of rotation– much more flexible at the base than the top-search-engine-result for dick– this phallo sort of penis can be used in every scissoring position. *The more you know~*

A fun fact about this clear fluid from the Skene’s, which *is* prostate fluid: If you have a lot of it on your hands (maybe on your literal hands), enough rubbing with it will make it foam. A *white* foam, soft peaks– Kinda like you’ve whipped up a sexual merengue, if you’re prone to fugues of inappropriate analogy like myself. That’s way cooler in my opinion than the standard spermy stuff, because if you rub that around too much it just gets gummy and smells like religious shame. *Silent room* Just me? Ok.

Fun fact #2: Sometimes it smells like c*m! I mean the j*zz from AFAB trans masc people’s bodies smells like c*m! I’ll be like *whiff whiff, wtf? are there cis people in my house?!* but no. all is well.

Before anyone asks, no, no one can get pregnant from prostate fluid. No sperm. Can you share STDs with this fluid? Potentially– but HIV risk of transfer would be low. If you want to reduce all kinds of risks for a partner, a condom is a thought.

While there are custom size condom makers, there are some other options–

Bigger: If your condom sizing is challenging on the big end, try cutting a nip in just the bottom ring of the larger sized condom. Per doctor’s advice, it keeps the condom from cutting off our more delicate blood supply, which would be a Very Bad Thing. To avoid constriction all together, your partner could wear an insertive condom.

Smaller: I’ve had partners who used XL finger cots for their penises post meta, like a custom condom for the small but mighty end of the penis scale. The internal condoms are an option here, too.

Now, if you’re like me and don’t have UL or won’t have UL, my mild gush happens behind my balls. Is that weird to me? Maybe, but my body has been through so many stages of adventure… Any dysphoria I might feel wiping up my mess is alleviated by the fact that I’m wiping c*m off my ball sack. *Fast blinking* That act feels so muscle-bound yes-daddy that it almost makes me call myself bro. Right then, “Let me clean that up for you, bro,” I say to myself. “Thanks, bro,” I reply. [This is the one-and-only context I use bro.]

One more thing– Passing. You might think the clear stuff is not cis passing, but there are tons of cis guys out there who had to have balls replaced with prostheses and don’t care to talk about it. There are also certain medical conditions, like, I knew a guy in college– I’ll stop myself from a digression into the juicy hoe story [where I am the hoe]. Plus that’s his business. Let’s just agree to agree that it’s not necessarily going to out you as trans if you’re c*mming clear or c*mming with no fluid or blowing a load without an orgasm. All that means to a partner is that you’ve got some other medical stuff going on that isn’t anybody’s business– unless you want it to be their business.

[Vision of crowded reporters holding up microphones to your face after you c*m, calling your name and clambering over each other, ready to scribble headlines on tiny notepads, “Tell us about it!” You shoo them away with a refined flick of the wrist, nose high, “No more questions, no more questions.” There is an uproar. You and your entourage saunter past, flashbulbs lighting up the night.]

I’m not a medical professional, and I welcome any refinements or corrections 🙂 I just like to read about genitals– that being a hobby that I never mention in introductions.


2 thoughts on “Can trans men cum jizz post-phalloplasty?”

  1. thanks for this, not a lot of people are aware of this possibility.
    though i have a question about the Skenes tissue supposedly growing on testosterone (which makes sense cuz i also heard from somewhere that for MTF testosterone blockers and/or the removal of testicles over time make the prostate/skenes shrink in size)

    If the skenes can grow into the size of a prostate, would AFAB people on T have a risk of “enlarged prostate” like cancer in these tissues, like the cisdudes/amab people?

    english not first language so apologies for eventual bad wording 🙂 thanks again

  2. Fun read. I’m not sure if I read this right, but when I get my hysterectomy I don’t need to specifically ask my surgeon to keep a bartholin’s or skenes glands? I’m not sure if I need to be looking for a trans familiar surgeon and will have to travel, find a surgeon that knows how to help me retain my jizz and lubrication abilities. I’m still slightly confused and googling doesn’t help. Do you recommend a particular surgeon? Thank you for your transparency.

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