Female Squirting: How do you squirt?

Can everyone squirt? or is this a pleasure reward for the sex gods amongst us? In this article we dive into the essentials of female squirting. What it is and how can everyone do it; if everyone can do it.

Sex educators, journalists and bloggers have over the years discussed and attempted to demystify female sexual experiences; attempting to generalise female sexual encounters and provide answers to people with probing questions.

Questions like is female orgasm real quite often make it to the trending sexuality questions on Google. A stuff for legends and desire for amateurs, female squirting like female orgasm is another of the top trending sexuality questions often asked from Google. On the mid of sexual pleasure seekers; often shrouded in mystery lies the age old question: How do you squirt?

Female Squirting: How do you squirt?
Female Squirting: How do you squirt?

Can Every Woman Squirt?

Quite often at some point, ladies and sometimes men ask Google pertaining questions about female sexuality. Amongst them includes “how do you squirt?”, “how do women squirt?”, “is squirting the same as pee?”, “can every woman squirt?”.

These questions mean that people are interested in the matter of female squirting and the high interest has led to sexologists and sociologists examining the topic with keen interest; even sex toys collections aimed at helping a woman achieve squirting status.

What is Squirting? Seriously What exactly is Squirting!!?

So what is squirting? Well in simple words it is the expelling of intra vulva fluids from the g-spot as a result of being super aroused.

Long answer: One has to understand the structure of the vulva, which has a spongy tissue known as the urethral sponge or the g spot, located about 2 to 3 inches inside the vaginal canal on the front facing wall. This spongy tissue is usually found with a come here sign when a finger is inserted into the vagina.

The spongy tissue can become very very aroused like the clitoris, and it fills up with bodily fluids. At a tipping point the urethral sponge will expel these fluids and that is what squirting is all about.

What is Squirting? Seriously What exactly is Squirting!!?
What is Squirting? Seriously What exactly is Squirting!!?

If you are familiar with X rated movies, you might observe that “squirting” involves heavy fluids gushing out of the body sometimes at alarming amounts and in alarming volumes. That like in most movies, are exaggeration of a much less dramatic and often leaky or few drips and dribbles of bodily fluids.

Isn’t Squirting the same as Female Orgasm?

Well that isn’t exactly the case. Female orgasm is a complex contortion of muscles and spasms that involve all the erogenous zones; the squirting which is sometimes wrongly called “squirting orgams” and female orgams are two separate and different experiences, albeit related because they are caused by sexual arousal hitting high peak.

But they don’t often occur at the same time, and in some instance female squirting can occur before an orgasm and sometimes even without an orgams.

Isn't Squirting the same as Female Orgasm?
Isn’t Squirting the same as Female Orgasm?

It is key to point out that some ladies have described squirting to be exactly like an orgasm and others have described it to be similar but not the same. Most ladies do not realise they are squirting at all as it is often a quiet and non dramatic event.

There are recorded cases of women who only squirt during masturbation, but rarely during partner sex, it has been described as a calming release whist orgasm has been described as a high energy eruption. Some women might notice a slight wetness on the bed after sex indicating the eruption of bodily fluids; or squirting.

Quick Question: Is Squirting Pee?

Quick answer: no, squirting fluid is not pee. The fluid make up of squirting is called prostatic fluid which has a different biochemical makeup than the chemical nature of pee.

Long Answer: Whist other researchers have identified, common compounds like urea and creatinine, it is certainly not the same fluids. Urine has a general odor and yellowish coloration, whilst squirting fluids are clear and odorless with a mostly tasteless nature.

Quick Question: Is Squirting Pee?
Quick Question: Is Squirting Pee?

There is no official distinction between pee and squirting fluids, but if you suspect that you pee during sex, then it is recommended to have a chat with your health specialist as peeing during sex can be an early sign of urinary incontinence, which can cause you to pee during sex or when pressure is applied on your vulva. This condition can also be exhibited in women who have given birth and is as a result of a weak or overly tight pelvic floor which can be remedied by pelvic floor exercises.

Can I learn how to squirt and can everyone squirt?

Around 10% of women report squirting over their lifetime, however there is a suspicion among researchers and sex educators that the phenomenon could be in higher numbers, except that it is not noticed amongst many women as it is often a very subtle and undramatic event.

Taking these into consideration; we can observe that in theory the majority of women should be able to squirt, it is not known for sure; for instance in theory not all women with nipples enjoy nipple stimulation or nor all women with ears enjoy having their ears licked, in that light not all women with a vulva will have a high enough stimulation in their g spot to cause the expulsion of squirting fluids.

How to Squirt (Alone or with a Partner)

Squirting, very much like orgasms varies from person to person. But there are general steps one can take to achieve squirting. You have to be aroused and sexually super turned on in order to experience squirting.

1. Getting Wet

Getting wet and ready, aroused and sexually turned on is the way to getting the juices flowing and your g-spot sponges filling with fluids. You cannot get squirting juices flowing until you are turned on and in the mood.

If you feel uncomfortable, then you have to prepare yourself with a bit of self stimulation or sex toys like love eggs, vibrators and dildos. When you are good and all turned on, with proper engorgement of your clitoris and arousal of your g-spot, then you have to stay turned on, this can be achieve with slow stimulation of your nipples, experimenting with butt plugs to stimulate your anal erogenous zones, or using a clitoral rabbit vibrator to stimulate yourself.

2. Find Your G-Spot

With well manicured and clean fingers, or with your partners’s fore finger, reach inside the vagina and locate the spongy soft spot that will be about 2 inches to 3 inches inside the vagina. It is located on the front facing wall of the vagina, and is usually stimulated with the fore finger performing a come here sign inside the vagina.

Once contact is made with the g-spot, you should feel a spongy quarter sized zone that is extra sensitive to touch and stimulate this area with a wiper like motion or soft come here signs. You might have to work on the zone for a longer amount of time as there are varying sensitiveness when it comes to g-spots.

Stimulating the g-spot gives the sensation of pleasure and if you feel like you want to pee, then you have not been aroused enough and have to go back to step one, taking time to ensure that you are turned on enough.

3. Toys Designed For Squirting

Once you have found the g-spot, then it is time to work on more pressure stimulation and firm rubbing with your forefinger and g-spot wand stimulators. These g-spot want sex toys are designed to touch, reach and stimulate the g-spot with little effort, leading to the engorging of the g-spot with fluids, and leading to the build up and release.

4. Mix Things Up: Stimulate your Nipples and Clitoris

Mix things up with stimulation of other areas of your body, including your clitoris, nipples and even experimenting with nipple and clitoris suction toys and stimulators and vibrators.

In short, do what feels good and do it for a long time, experiment and mix things up, a bit of oral sex, sex toys, hand stimulation and vibrators, dildos and as much as you can feel good, until you get a release.

What If You Didn’t Squirt?

So you did not squirt, well not all women do, and remember the here is to explore your body and find your limitations; what you enjoy the most and what you find less enjoying.

Exploring your body allows you to find new kinds of sensations which fel good and are actually a good way of learning how to please yourself or be pleased by your partner.

Learning to squirt might take more than a trial or two, but regardless of if you squirt or not, you will have identified new zones in your body that turn you on and give you sexual release and satisfaction. You are now a master of what your body likes.

Why You Should Be Chilled If You Can’t Squirt

It is fun to explore your body, try new techniques and see how your body responds to these, not all sexual organs are created the same and ultimately, what excites someone will not excite your body.

There is no need compare yourself to how someone else’s body reacts, you can achieve sexual satisfaction and sexual pleasure at your own pace with how your body reacts.

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