Squirting – What is it?
Squirting is referred to the expulsion of fluid with vulvas during sex
The fluid which is not pure pee, but rather is a mixture of urea, uric acid, and creatinine is released by the Skene’s gland, which sits at the lower end of the urethra.
Although the terms “female ejaculate” and “squirting” are sometimes used in exchange of other, bur some people argue that both ejaculating and squirting are two separate things.
When someone squirts, it’s generally from G-spot stimulation, or clitoral and G-spot dual stimulation.
The Skene’s glands, G-spot, and urethral sponge are all situated in roughly the same area of the body.
Squirting – What does it feel like?
Some people state it feels nothing like an orgasm. While others stated that they note that it feels similar to but slightly different from, an orgasm.
Because of the pressure on the urethra, some people have reported feeling like they need to pee right before they squirt
Squirting – Can everyone do it?
This can be a highly contentious question.
Why? Because the researches on squirting and there’s been a relatively fair amount considering how less research of the bodies of folks with vulvas and sex usually are and have conflicting results.
Scientifically speaking, it appears that anybody with a vulva has the “mechanics” which arw required to squirt.
But that doesn’t usually mean that every person with a vulva can or will or does. Estimates recommend anywhere between 15 and 50 percent of folks with vulvas do.
Squirting – What are the basics?
Squirting comes typically down to either G-spot stimulation or G-spot stimulation combined with clitoral stimulation.
To make cleanup as easy as possible, start by the preparation of surroundings. A few towels should be laid down or a waterproof throw on the bed.
Another option is to get it on in the bathtub.
The amount of fluid expelled varies person to person. Some people release a teaspoon amount while others gush.
Next is setting the mood.
Light candles, put on music, put the phone on airplane mode, and place the lube and toys within reach.
Finally, when the environment seems good and turned on, it’s time to give the G-spot and clit some love.
The G-spot is situated a few inches inside the front vaginal wall. If looking for it with the fingers, something to be felt for slightly spongier.
Squirting – Are some positions better than others?
During partnered sex if looking for squirting to explore, any sex act or position that stimulates your G-spot and clit at the same time can work. Below are mentioned three to try.
If the partner has a penis or dildo, doggy style provides the perfect angle for them to reach the vaginal wall at the front where the G-spot is.
To give this a try:
- Get down on all fours with the pervasive partner positioned on their knees from behind.
- Have the partner stroke shallowly.
- Experiment with widening the knees and dropping to the forearms to change the angle of penetration.
- Reach the hand between the legs to play with the clit or else have the partner hold a vibrator.
To make someone squirt than penis-in-vagina or dildo-in-vagina intercourse manual stimulation is more likely
The clit to let the receiving partner touch or have the giving partner perform cunnilingus as they finger.
To give this a try:
- Lie on the back.
- The partner has to position themselves between legs, using a finger (or three!) to enter.
- Have the partner curl the fingers up toward the belly button and move them in a “come hither” motion, with different amounts of pleasure to be experimented.
- Clitoris to be touched with fingers or a vibrator. Or having the partner perform oral.
Experts have said that the non-vibrating Pure Wand \used with a partner or by own self — is particularly suitable for G-spot play.
To give this a try:
- Lie on the back.
- Using the lube, inserting the toy and rocking it against the front vaginal wall.
- Having the partner touch clit with their mouth, fingers, or clitoral vibrator.
What if trying to make one self-squirt?
A partner is not needed to squirt. It can be done during masturbation if someone is squirting
To switch off the work or family brain do what needs to be done.
If not relaxed, holding oneself back, not in the right mindset, or not giving over to the full sensation, it is then not likely to be relaxed enough to squirt.”
Exploring erogenous zones
By touching neck, ears, inner thigh, lower stomach, and nipples with the fingers, a warm up can be done, a vibrator, or a sensation toy like the Wartenberg wheel or feather teaser.
Rubbing the nub
To get revved up us whichever stimulation is usually used, then touch your clit.
A clit stimulation toy can be opted for. A clit suction toy is suggested like the Womanizer, which uses pleasure air technology to stimulate oral sex.
Wait until super turned on to find the G-spot as it becomes more pronounced is when aroused
While touching the clitoris, a wand or fingers should be used to locate the G-spot and massage it
Like other erogenous zones, the G-spot is pleasurable and it is different person to person.
There’s nothing wrong if nothing is felt or the sensation felt is annoying.
Some people may feel the need to pee before squirting. If feeling that way it’s a sign that squirting may be on horizon.
When it’s done, stop not because thinking to have to pee.
Whether squirting or not, exploring the body should be continued with no expectations.
What if trying to make partner squirt?
Most important: It is most important that pressure should not be put on the partner to squirt or make them feel less than if they can’t or don’t.
Also, assumption to not be made as penetrative sex is the best way to make it happen as it is not
Once in the right mindset, follow below steps:
- Help in relaxing.
- A ton of foreplay to be engaged in.
- Stimulating the clit with mouth, fingers, or a toy.
- As stroking the clit, find the G-spot with fingers.
- Some pressure to be applied to their lower belly with other hand. This may help in squirting more easily.
- Continue until they asked to stop.
Any sexually transmitted infection (STI) which is transferred through bodily fluid can be transmitted through the fluid released by squirting. This can include:
- hepatitis B
Wear a glove or finger condom during manual-genital stimulation for protection, use a dental dam if oral stimulation is involved, or an internal or external condom for vaginal or anal penetrative sex.
Sometimes it will happen, sometimes it doesn’t happen, sometimes it may be tried forever and it may be experienced it for the first time in a later age.
If not being able to squirt then there is nothing wrong. Whether squirting or not, however pleasure is experienced perfectly valid and should be celebrated.
The bottom line
Exploring whether one can squirt can be a fun way in learning more about the body.
Squirting is just one of the various sexy things some bodies do. So if you don’t or haven’t done it, no issue