Squirting, or female ejaculation, has become a desire of many women and a fantasy of many men. It is not uncommon to find thousands of porn videos online and DVDs-a-plenty featuring the squirting “fetish.” Many find it incredibly hot!
Regardless of its sex appeal, the subject continues to perplex many. They want to know: What is it? Is it real? And, why can’t my partner make me squirt? These are all valid questions. Look no further boys and girls! I have found the answers and provided step-by-step instructions for you to make a real effort at achieving your fantasy!
What is squirting?
Squirting is the slang term for female ejaculation, and, yes, it is real. Inside every woman’s vagina is a gland called Skene’s gland. This gland has functions relating to both urination and female ejaculation. There is a lot of controversy over exactly what the secreted fluid is composed of and from where it comes. Some of the scientific community even makes a distinction between “female ejaculation” and “squirting.” It may be the Skene’s gland that fills with the fluid which is later squirted out – a fluid found to include mainly sugars and waters (many say the ejaculated fluid contains enough fructose that the liquid is actually sweet tasting and smelling). In some cases, the fluid also includes PSA, an antigen also found in male ejaculate. To ease any thoughts of squirting being urine – female ejaculation is clear and smells sweet; urine is neither of those!
More good news: many medical professionals who have studied squirting believe all women are capable of doing it. Often times, the reason that women are not experiencing female ejaculation is simply due to a lack of arousal. Regardless of how horny a woman may be, her body must also be properly primed. She must be completely wet and ready! Also, most women are unable to experience squirting during intercourse.
1. Drink LOTS of water! You need to be sure that you have plenty of water in your system for the Skene’s gland to fill. To reiterate: water is one of the main components of the female ejaculation fluid.
2. Urinate before sex to make sure your bladder is empty.
3. Relax. Personally, I don’t find it necessary to be super relaxed, but you should definitely work this step in for your first time. Take a hot bubble bath, play soothing music, light some candles, or my personal favorite method to relax: have your partner “tickle” your back. That’s what I call it, but it’s really VERY VERY light rubbing with your partner’s finger tips all over your back. Not only is this very relaxing, but it is also a good tool for arousal.
4. Put a towel down. Squirting can be a very wet process and a towel makes for easier clean-up.
5. Be certain that you are completely aroused. So, once you’re completely relaxed, enjoy plenty of foreplay, ensuring that your pussy is completely wet and you are fully aroused. Focus on the clitoris and other erogenous zones on the outside of the body.
6. Next, your partner should begin by fingering you with one or two fingers, palm up, to stimulate the g-spot. The fingers should be entered to about the second knuckle and bent upwards. Your partner should be searching for a spongey, balloon-like spot. This is the g-spot. Have your partner gently but firmly massage this area while also playing with your clit. If you don’t have a partner, use your fingers or a g-spot vibrator or dildo.
7. It could take a while, especially the first time, but eventually you will feel as though you are going to pee. Don’t worry. You won’t. Once you REALLY feel like you are going to pee, your partner should begin trying to make you cum through vigorous clitoral stimulation. This can be done with fingers, tongue, or a vibrator, whatever you want!
8. When you feel like you are going to orgasm, push with your pelvic muscles to help squirt the fluid out. It may take a few tries for you to accomplish this, but eventually you will be able to squirt like a water fountain and do so pretty quickly.
Bonus: Once you do squirt, you have a greater chance of squirting multiple times while getting it on. If you want to squirt, it’s always a good idea to start out as described in these steps, and then move on to intercourse. Once you begin having sex, your body should be able to continue squirting.
That’s it! Now you know exactly what squirting is and what to look forward to. Let me know when you try it and how it works! Let’s get squirting!
Learn more about squirting in The Slutty Girl’s Guide to Squirting – Part 1