Squirt - myth or reality


Squirt - myth or reality

It's one of the most debated topics in the bedroom: can women really squirt? For some, it's an urban legend, something that only happens in porn. But for others, squirting is very real – and it's an incredibly pleasurable experience.

So what's the truth?

The answer may depend on who you ask, but some scientific evidence suggests squirting is real. During sexual stimulation, squirting, also known as female ejaculation, is the emission of a small amount of fluid. Throughout history, it has been recognized, lost, rediscovered, and questioned as a facet of feminine sexuality.

How do you make her squirt?

You have to finger her

  • One or two (lubricated) fingers should be inserted around 2 inches into the vaginal canal.
  • Locate the urethral sponge, which feels like a small mound of spongy tissue on the vaginal front wall.
  • Maintain consistent pressure. Make a "come hither" motion.

Use your penis, of course, if you have it :)

Positions that allow for shallow penetration are the most effective. Remember that you're aiming for the top vaginal wall, so positions that "aim" for the belly button is ideal. Here are some popular sex positions that might make your partner squirt:

  • Position as a missionary. A pillow is placed under her buttocks so you can more easily penetrate the upper part of the vagina.
  • The position is as straight as a board. Allow her to lie down on her stomach with their legs crossed. From behind, the partner penetratingly enters them. The key is to begin slowly and shallowly in order to discover the G-spot.

Get some help from a toy

The stimulation of the G-spot is crucial in this case. Inside the vagina, the G-spot is roughly two inches in and one inch up. So you need a toy that's a little longer and has a slight upward curve.


Women's experiences of squirting ranged from sensations of extraordinary pleasure and amazedness, to squirting being considered an embarrassing and disturbing event with sensations of discomfort and feelings of shame. 
It is, therefore, crucial to let your partner relax, listen to how she feels and reassure her in good time if this is the first time it has happened to her. Remember that all women are different, and some will not be able to achieve this at all. There is nothing wrong with that. The world of sex is so diverse that you shouldn't get hung up on a single goal. Remember... it's the process, not the end result, that counts!

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