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FEMALE EJACULATION: HOW TO SQUIRT

by Jekaterina Gussarova July 27, 2022 5 min read

FEMALE EJACULATION: HOW TO SQUIRT

FEMALE EJACULATION: HOW TO SQUIRT

What do you think it takes for one to squirt? Have you ever squirted, or would you like to make your partner squirt? What does squirting feel like? This article will inform you of everything about female ejaculation.

Squirting occurs when liquid releases from the urethra of a person's vagina when they are sexually aroused. If you have only seen squirting in porn, it makes sense you'd wonder whether the whole idea is fake. But squirting in real life might not always be so effusive. There is no doubt it's real, and some people understand it. Whether you are curious about why it happens, what it is, or what it feels like to do it, this article will answer all questions you have in mind.

What is Squirting?

Squirting is a release of liquid from the urethra when a person with a vagina is turned on. Erectile tissue surrounding the female urethra is comparable to the male urethra. It is this tissue that contracts to release the fluid. The fluid may appear as anything from a dribble to a spurt. Squirting varies a lot from time to time and person to person. You might experience lots of liquid expelled or a little dribble that slips out slowly.

Squirting and orgasms are not mutually exclusive but can follow one another due to occurring stimulation. People squirt before orgasm, during orgasm, after orgasm, or even without orgasm.

Is squirting urine?

Pastor & Chmel (2018) stated that squirting is a form of urine. In addition to urea, creatine, and uric acid, squirting contains a dash of fluid from the Skene's gland with some vaginal lubricant mixed all in. People need to know if squirting is pee or not. Salama et al. (2015) examined the ultrasounds of participants' bladders before and after they squirted. The study above also noted that the participant's bladders contained liquid before they squirted and were emptied after they finished. Sex is messy; it involves a ton of fluids that aren't always delightful.

How to Squirt

The most commonly reported way to squirt is through G-spot stimulation, especially when combined with clitoral touching. Below are some ways to achieve squirting.

Get it Alone

The first step in learning how to squirt involves masturbation. Strengthening your pleasure pathways by experiencing pleasure can make it easy for one to squirt.

Stimulate Your G-Spot

Once you have tapped into regular orgasms, the key is prolonged stimulation of the urethral sponge. Build arousal through intense and repetitive G-spot stimulation. Chalker (2018) suggested that you can find your g-spot by reaching into the vagina with a vibrator or a finger while moving up in the direction of your belly.

Connect With Your Partner

Connect with your partner to squirt during partnered sex. Connection is more important than any other technique. Take notes from tantric practitioners, sit across from your partner, and look deeply into their eyes. Breath union while tuning into the sensations in your body as you let the breath move in and out. According to Bo et al. (2017), breathing techniques that activate your pelvic floor can help build heat.

Start With Plenty of Foreplay

Start the session with lots of sensation play to squirt with a partner. Let your partner explore your body, focusing on erogenous zones and paying attention to the vulva and clitoris. Building arousal through clitoral stimulation will increase the storage of fluids in the urethral sponge expelled during squirting. Don't penetrate the vagina with anything until the arousal level is high.

Try to Avoid Getting Fixated

Most sexual practices need relaxation and not putting too much pressure on them. It's never okay to pressure your partner to feel like they have to perform for you or the other way round. It should be because you want to if you are trying to squirt. Sex should not be goal-oriented. The possibility of squirting adds an element of intrigue, but it's not the end.

Have Your Partner Finger You

Below are a few tips on achieving squirting if you have a partner to lend you a hand.

  • Have your partner penetrate the vagina with one or two fingers, about two inches deep.
  • Find the urethral sponge, which feels like a small, spongy tissue on the front wall of the vagina.
  • Apply consistent pressure.

The hardest task is fighting the urge to clench pelvic floor muscles. This can be achieved through practice, deep breathing, taking things slow, and internal massage. You can also rub your clit while your partner fingers you.

Have Sex With A Person With A Penis

Positions that allow shallow penetration work best. You are aiming for the top of the vagina; positions that aim for the belly button are the best. Here are some common sex positions that may get you or your partner to squirt:

Missionary Position

The missionary position is when you place a pillow under the butt of the person with the vagina to penetrate the upper part of the vagina.

Board Position

Have the person with the vagina lay on their stomach with their legs together. The penetrating partner should enter from behind. The trick here is to start slow and shallow to try and locate the G-spot. You can also try using a vibrator on your clit when your partner is inside you.

What Squirting Feels Like

Squirting doesn't feel the same for everyone, but one thing people can agree on is that it feels good. According to Pfs (2021), the majority of the respondent reported that squirting improved their sex lives and their partners.

Conclusion

Some people squirt while others can't, which is nothing to be ashamed of. Like an orgasm, it's not necessarily what you need to have a good time or feel as enthusiastic as you want. Some people start squirting when they are older. Your body probably needs some time to work up to it. Remember, squirting is not a prize to be won. You should seek pleasure where it can be found, either on your own or with a partner. Get in a comfortable position when stimulating your vagina to squirt. This exposes the organs to proper stimulations. Touch other erogenous zones to enhance stimulations. Put your mind into the act to have the best feeling. Sex is not a win-or-lose situation. It is all about feeling good. So, don't stress yourself about it.

References

Bo, K., Frawley, H. C., Haylen, B. T., Abramov, Y., Almeida, F. G., Berghmans, B., ... & Wells, A. (2017). An International Urogynecological Association (IUGA)/International Continence Society (ICS) Joint Report On The Terminology For The Conservative And Nonpharmacological Management Of Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. International Urogynecology Journal, 28(2), 191-213.

Chalker, R. (2018). The Clitoral Truth. Seven Stories Press.

Påfs, J. (2021). A Sexual Superpower Or A Shame? Women's Diverging Experiences Of Squirting/Female Ejaculation In Sweden. Sexualities, 13634607211041095.

Pastor, Z., & Chmel, R. (2018). Differential Diagnostics Of Female "Sexual" Fluids: A Narrative Review. International Urogynecology Journal, 29(5), 621-629.

Salama, S., Boitrelle, F., Gauquelin, A., Malagrida, L., Thiounn, N., & Desvaux, P. (2015). Nature And Origin Of “Squirting” In Female Sexuality. The Journal Of Sexual Medicine, 12(3), 661-666.

Jekaterina Gussarova
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