O yes they do! (Well, Wiki says they do.)
Female prostate gland
The Skene's gland, also known as the paraurethral gland, found in
females, is homologous to the prostate gland in males. However,
anatomically, the uterus is in the same position as the prostate gland.
In 2002 the Skene's gland was officially renamed to female prostate by
the Federative International Committee on Anatomical Terminology.
The female prostate, like the male prostate, secretes PSA and levels of
this antigen rise in the presence of carcinoma of the gland. The gland
also expels fluid, like the male prostate, during orgasm.
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