The Complete Guide to How to squirt during sex?
Ah, squirting. It’s the holy grail of orgasmic pleasure, and yet, it can be so difficult to achieve! Over the years, I’ve gone through many (sometimes embarrassing) attempts to learn how to squirt during sex. I’ve tried different positions, different angles, different toys, and even different lube… and I’m happy to report that I’ve finally cracked the code!
It’s time we had a splashy discussion about the mystical phenomenon known as squirting. Yes, the notorious gush that’s drenched many a bedsheet and baffled scientists and sex educators alike.
Get your raincoats ready because we’re about to dive into some wet and wild waters of pleasure exploration.
How to prepare yourself?
Preparing to squirt during sex is like prepping for a marathon: hydration is key. Whether you’re engaging in solo play or partnered sex, being comfortable and relaxed can make your voyage toward squirting smoother.
Invest in some high-quality silicone dildo to help with sexual stimulation, especially if exploring the G-spot area feels like finding a needle in a haystack (check out how to use it).
How to start squirting?
Think of the G-spot as a hidden treasure on the front wall of the vagina.
To stimulate, insert your middle and ring finger into the vagina, about 2 to 3 inches deep.
Make a “come hither” motion towards the belly button with consistent pressure. You’re aiming for a slightly rougher, ridged area of the vaginal wall, also known as erectile tissue. It’s like pressing an interior doorbell – ding dong, pleasure’s calling!
Using sex toys designed for G-spot stimulation can also be quite helpful. One that I love is the nJoy Pure Wand. Its curve and weight help to apply pressure just right, a worthy ally in your quest (find out more).
While you’re at it, why not bring pelvic floor muscles into play? Kegel exercises aren’t just for women’s health; they can also intensify squirting orgasms and increase your chances of learning to squirt.
Can I squirt during clit stimulation?
Yes, you can squirt during clit stimulation. Sex doesn’t stop at the G-spot. Remember, clitoral stimulation is a classic hit in the symphony of female orgasms. Use your fingers, sex toys… As you like.
Should I change sex positions or angles?
Experimenting with sex positions can contribute to squirting during sex, too. The best position for female ejaculate often varies. Positions like doggy style, missionary, or the Coital Alignment Technique (the CAT for short, because it’s purrr-fect) can hit the spot, literally.
If you’re going old-school and using your fingers, the ‘come hither’ motion is a classic hit. If you’re opting for a toy, think about one that’s designed to hunt down the G-spot like a heat-seeking missile. And remember, one size does not fit all. What’s the perfect angle for Jane might not work for Jill, so have fun figuring it out.
Busting the Myths
Squirting is real. No, it’s not just a talent of adult film actresses or an urban myth. It’s a natural occurrence linked to the G-spot, an erogenous zone nestled in the vaginal wall. In case you’re wondering, G-stands for Grafenberg, not “Gee, I didn’t know that was there!”
“Some scientists believe that squirting either does not happen or is rare. However, a 2017 study found that approximately 69% of participants experienced this ejaculation.” (1)
Okay, let’s get one thing straight—sex isn’t the Indy 500. It’s more like an adventurous road trip on Route 66 of self-discovery and sensual enlightenment.
Sure, squirting can be one heck of a scenic stop, a Kodak moment on this journey. But let’s not get it twisted—it’s not the be-all and end-all. It’s not Disneyland at the end of the road.
So, whether you’re conducting a solo symphony with your own body’s rhythm or mastering the salsa of partnered hanky-panky, remember to stop and smell the roses. It’s all about the ride, not the destination, and every moment of pleasure, every gasp, giggle, and goosebump, is a part of the journey worth celebrating.
Health is an important part of female sexuality. Understanding your body can greatly enhance your quality of life. So keep exploring, keep learning, and most importantly—keep enjoying.
Now, go forth and turn your bedroom into the wet spot of your dreams (of course, with the best squirter blanket)!
What is Squirting?
Squirting is female ejaculation, the release of fluid from the urethral sponge via the urethra during sexual stimulation. And before you ask, no, it’s not pee!
This ejaculate is a cocktail of clear fluid from the Skene’s glands (also known as the female prostate), often referred to as the female prostate, and other liquids. While it can contain traces of urine and uric acid, it’s mostly a unique squirting liquid.
Is squirting the same as having an orgasm?
Squirting, also known as female ejaculation, isn’t necessarily the same as having a female orgasm. While it can occur simultaneously with a climax, particularly a G-spot orgasm, it can also happen separately. It’s a release of fluid from the Skene’s glands during intense sexual stimulation.
Does every woman have the ability to squirt?
No, not every woman has the ability to squirt. It varies from person to person. Some women might squirt easily, while others might not at all. This doesn’t indicate any issues with sexual health or enjoyment.
Every vulva owner’s body is unique, and squirting during sex is just one part of the vast spectrum of female sexual responses.
Is squirting a sign of better sexual satisfaction?
Squirting isn’t a sign of better sexual satisfaction. Pleasure in sex acts is highly individual and doesn’t solely hinge on the ability to squirt.
Can squirting be learned, or is it a natural ability?
While not every woman can or will squirt, it’s possible for some women to learn to squirt through consistent pressure and stimulation, particularly G-spot stimulation.
That said, it’s important to remember that squirting isn’t a “goal” or a marker of sexual success. The real aim should be understanding and enjoying your body.
Does squirting cause dehydration?
While squirting involves the expulsion of fluid, it’s not typically enough to cause dehydration. However, hydration is always important in general health and can contribute to better sexual health as well.
Is it normal if I have never squirted?
Yes, it’s normal if you have never squirted. It has no bearing on your ability to enjoy sex or achieve orgasm.
Is squirting harmful in any way?
There’s no evidence to suggest that squirting is harmful. As with all sex acts, squirting should be consensual, pleasurable, and comfortable.
If you ever experience pain or discomfort during sexual stimulation intended to induce squirting, it’s important to stop and consult with a healthcare professional or a sex therapist.
How can I make my partner more comfortable with the idea of squirting?
You can make your partner more comfortable with the idea of squirting thanks to open communication. It is key when it comes to sexual pleasure and exploration.
Discuss with your partner, share your feelings and expectations, and ensure that both of you are comfortable and consenting. Using protection, such as waterproof sheets or towels, can help alleviate any concerns about the potential mess.
Does the amount of fluid released during squirting vary?
Yes, the amount of fluid released during squirting varies from person to person and even from event to event. For some, it might be a small amount, while others may release a larger volume of fluid.
Can sex toys aid in achieving squirting?
Yes, sex toys, especially those designed for G-spot stimulation, aid in achieving squirting. They can apply consistent pressure on the right spots, increasing the chances of squirting orgasm during solo play or partnered sex.