It’s official: squirting has become “a thing”. Once considered fringe, many people are now eager to have the novel, intense, next-level orgasmic release that squirting offers. Here’s what you need to know to learn how to squirt or to make your partner squirt.
What is squirting?
Squirting is an expulsion of fluid from or near the vagina during or before an orgasm.
Is squirting same thing as female ejaculation?
Most people think the two terms are interchangeable, but the researchers think they’re actually two different things. While squirting is the bigger gush of liquid that shoots out from the urethra, female ejaculation is a much smaller concentration of liquid that occurs in the vagina.
Real female ejaculation is the release of a very scanty, thick, and whitish fluid from the female prostate, while the “squirting” or “gushing” (shown frequently in pornography) is a different phenomenon; the expulsion of clear and abundant fluid, which has been shown to be a diluted fluid from the urinary bladder. Female ejaculate is more viscous and stringier than urine (or regular lubrication) — almost the consistency of saliva.
Female ejaculation, which comes from the female prostate, can happen with orgasm or just tons of stimulation, but since it’s such a tiny amount and some gets pushed back into the vagina, you may not notice it, while some women, can experience squirting and ejaculation at same time.
Squirting doesn’t necessarily always happen at the same time as orgasm, and not everyone finds it pleasurable.
Where does squirt come from?
Squirting comes from the Urethra and not Vagina. When you see a woman squirting on a video, you can’t always tell that it’s coming from her urethra and not her vagina. And sometimes, porn stars fill their vaginas with water and then squirt it out. And that’s why people get the wrong idea that squirting comes from the vagina rather than the urethra. They’re so close to each other and it can feel that way, since there are lots of nerve endings that are similar in the urethra and the opening of the vagina.
But no, anatomically squirting does not work that way.
Can all women squirt??
No, not all women can squirt. Why some women experience these different types of ejaculation and others don’t is not yet clear, says Salama, a sex researcher, but he believes every woman is capable of squirting “if their partner knows what they are doing”. This statement, I am not so comfortable with, because it mounts unnecessary pressure on both couples especially the man. And I am not a fan of having sex with a mission or being pressured!
Is squirting same thing as peeing?
Both fluids are similar. Calm down and understand the two.
Squirting is when fluid is released from the bladder during any point of sexual excitement, stimulation, or orgasm. The fluid has been explained as clear, and with a sweeter taste. There are ultrasound studies that show it definitely comes from the bladder. It makes a lot of sense anatomically speaking, because there is no other structure in that area of the female body that can 1) hold that much liquid and 2) shoot it out with that much force. There are also characteristics that make the fluid similar to urine, but seem like a much more diluted version, as it contained more prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP), more prostate-specific antigen (PSA), and also some glucose. It isn’t exactly urine!
How much fluid is produced?
American sex guru and co-author of the original G-spot book, Beverley Whipple says that typically, the amount of fluid released is around “half a coffee cup-full.”Other experts say some women can produce a quart of liquid at one time from their bodies!
It can happen to some women all the time, where as in some, it happens once in a blue moon, or it might never happen at all. It varies as all women are not same.
Can women sabotage their ability to squirt?
Yes, but for some reasons.
Because some women associate the feeling before ejaculation with urinating, or because they might be worried about what’s going to come out, they may be hindering their capacity to squirt—even unconsciously. And if you’re worried about how much is going to come out of you, there’s no real way to predict it. It can be anything from a few drops to a cup or two of liquid, so if you’re really serious about making it happen, you might want to have a towel or tissues handy (or do it on laundry day).
Pro tip: Pee before having sex, and after that, just focus on orgasm, no matter what kind of pressure you feel in your abdomen.
How to get a woman to squirt
Squirting seems to be triggered by G-spot stimulation. Recent research suggests this area is more aptly described as the clitourethrovaginal (CUV) complex, since it includes your clitoris, urethra, and the front wall of the vagina. Here is how to get a woman t squirt;
1. Talk to to her.
If you want to make a girl squirt, you absolutely need to discuss it with her first. For a lot of women, the idea of squirting bodily fluid all over a man is quite intimidating. Many women don’t like the idea, even once they understand that squirting is the same thing as peeing. Start off by reassuring her that squirting is incredibly natural and sexy. Also emphasize that if she’s able to squirt, she might very well unlock mind-blowing orgasmic potential
2. Set the right mood.
Since a woman needs to feel relaxed in order to squirt, it’s important that you consider the environment beforehand. You need to ensure that you’re playing somewhere she feels comfortable letting go. Make sure the room is the right temperature too, because the last thing you want is for your partner to feel distracted by the heat or the cold while you’re undressed.
3. Do not underestimate the importance of foreplay.
Once you’ve set up the right environment, you’ll want to focus on relaxing your sexual partner physically. When endeavoring to make a girl squirt, she must feel very relaxed and very turned on simultaneously, so foreplay is of the utmost important. One way to arouse a woman is to touch her, but without getting too sexual. An oil massage is a great way to accomplish this, but avoid breast and vagina as long as possible.
4. Master the technique.
To get your sexual partner to squirt, you want to stimulate her g-spot in a very particular manner, triggering the release of female ejaculate. Whereas you might typically stimulate a woman by making the come-hither motion with two fingers inside the vagina, making her squirt requires a different deliberate motion.
To make a woman squirt, you want to use your two middle fingers. With your palm facing up, point your two middle fingers at a 45 degree angle towards the ground. Insert these two fingers into her vagina, and move your hand up and down at a slight angle so that you’re rubbing the g-spot with the bottoms of your fingers (not the tips) with each motion. You’ll want to start relatively slowly so that you can build up pressure and speed gradually over time.
Eventually, you can engage your entire arm in this repetitive movement. After a while, you want to go really fast—so fast that you end up exhausting yourself. You might even need to engage your other hand to help support the dominant arm. Whatever you do, don’t stop midway or try to switch hands. Keep going—even with a dead arm if necessary.
When you start to see her breathe and writhe as if she’s about to orgasm, cheer her on! If she expresses that she’s sensing the urge to pee, encourage her to let it out. Keeping saying things like, “Come for me!” and “Push it out!” and “Let it go!” Repeat these supportive phrases over and over and over so that she feels safe enough to gush all over the place.
5. Chill out afterwards.
Whether or not your partner successfully squirts, you’ll want her to associate the experience with pleasure so that she wants to do it again. If she does squirt, reaffirm just how sexy the process was for your from start to finish. Tell her that you enjoyed giving her so much pleasure, and that the sight of her gushing fluids was a massive turn on. If she didn’t squirt, don’t make a big deal out of it. Explain that you’re honored that she let you try, and that you’re determined to try again one day if she’ll allow it. Whatever the outcome, be sure to initiate post-coital cuddling and hold your girl tight so that she feels safe and secure.
Research and reports from other women, say that this technique could be carried out by oneself to squirt.
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