How To Make Yourself Squirt And Facts About Squirting

Meaning of Squirting: 

Squirting is a release of liquid from the urethra that happens when a person with a vagina is turned on

How to make yourself squirt
It can happen to some women all the time, once in a blue moon, or it might never happen at all — but yes, you can make yourself do it. That angle between the urethra and the bladder is like a kinked hoof when the bladder gets full. When you want to release it, you squeeze the muscles and it contracts like a balloon — and it pushes open that kinked hoof, and then you can pee. This is why when you push on the G-spot and a woman is not aroused, she feels like she has to pee and it can be really uncomfortable. But when she is aroused, meaning the urethra is full of blood, it feels really good because it pushes up against the erectile tissue.

So basically, teaching yourself to squirt is learning how to relax a certain set of pelvic floor muscles while pushing up on that area in the G-spot, and opening up that angle, and then allowing yourself to relax enough to out with the bladder at the same time. Eventually you will just sort of learn those steps, and your brain will record it as muscle memory — and then you associate that with tremendous amounts of arousal. And voila, you’ve learned how to do it.

“There appears to be erectile tissue surrounding the female urethra quite analogous to the male urethra,” “It is this tissue that contracts to release the fluid.”

The fluid can appear as anything from a dribble to a spurt to a gush. “Squirting varies a lot from time to time and person to person.

“You might experience a lot of liquid expelled out quickly, or a little dribble that slips out slowly.”

Is squirting the same as an orgasm?

Not at all! According to, Squirting and orgasms are not mutually exclusive, but can follow one another due to occurring stimulation. [People] have been known to [squirt] before orgasm, with orgasm, after orgasm, or without orgasm altogether.

Female ejaculation is perfectly normal, yet people do not discuss it very often. Different estimates suggest that between 10 and 50 percent of women ejaculate during sex.

Squirting does not come out of the vagina

Squirting does not come out of the 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 I have people swear up and down all the time it comes from their vaginas. 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. Think about it like when you hurt your neck, and you may feel it in your shoulder too. That doesn’t mean it’s where the pain is actually happening.

Now for what you’re really wondering: Is it pee?

Pretty much! One study referred to the sexy elixir as “a form of urine.” In addition to urea, creatine, and uric acid (components of urine), squirting contains a dash of fluid from the Skene’s gland (your prostate if you have a vagina) with some vaginal lubricant mixed all in. It’s like a sexy soup.

And people really need to know if this is pee or not. One small study examined the ultrasounds of participants’ bladders before and after they squirted. Researchers found that the participants’ bladders contained liquid before they squirted and were emptied after they finished.

But honestly, does it really matter? Sex is messy. It involves a ton of fluids, ones that aren’t always cute. Why are semen and vaginal lubrication any sexier than a special type of pee? You’re washing the sheets anyway. Our advice: Don’t worry too much about it.

Female ejaculation isn’t the same as squirting

Like squirting, female ejaculation refers to an expulsion of fluid the vulvas during arousal. However, the secretion is distinct: a small amount of thick, milky fluid that comes from the Skene’s gland, usually during orgasm.

So while squirting and female ejaculation can totally happen at the same time, they’re separate phenomena.

It’s not like it appears in porn.

People want to rate their sexual experiences — especially guys — and this is why squirting gets a lot of popularity. When you have something like porn demonstrating it very clearly, and as something that always happens — all of a sudden guys now want to teach their woman how to squirt because in their eyes it means she had a good orgasm. Which is kind of silly if you think about it, because pleasure is all accomplished in the brain.

You can have an orgasm in your sleep without even touching yourself. And if you take all of porn to be your measuring stick, then that’s a whole other problem.

Sex positions for squirting

If you’re with a man, penis-having partner, or using a strap-on, try cowgirl or doggy style sex positions.

Cowgirl sex position allows you to be in complete control over both body and sensation, making it easier to feel your way to your G-spot.

Doggy style sex positions means your partner can apply pressure on the frontal vagina lining.

Remember, it may happen on your first attempt or it may take a few years… The most import thing is to be at ease with your body.


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