A Kinky Girl’s Guide To Squirting June 4, 2014 – Posted in: Erotic, Fashion – Tags: , ,

Erotic - AnalA Kinky Girl’s Guide To Squirting….. Have you ever watched those porn videos where the girl gushes loads of fluid while she’s having an orgasm? Sure, some of them are staged, but for other lucky ladies, female ejaculation is a reality. So what is it – and more importantly, how can you get your own body to quirt? Most ladies can accomplish this one way or another, so here are a few tips and tricks to mastering female ejaculation.

First, let’s talk about what’s actually going on. Contrary to popular belief, when ladies squirt during sex, it’s not urine.  It just so happens that the fluid itself comes out the urethra, which is the same passage that urine also travels through. In reality, this female ejaculate comes from the Skene’s gland, which is located close to the g-spot and near the bladder. Yes, building up to squirt does feel a lot like you have to pee, but that’s due to the location of these organs.

Now that you realize you’re not going to pee all over your lover, it’s time to get over that mental hurdle. Squirting only works if you’re in the right head space. If you’re worried you’re going to pee, or about anything else surrounding the event, the likelihood of squirting is pretty much zero. For some ladies, this means there needs to have a some preparation beforehand. Empty your bladder before sex so you know that peeing won’t be a possibility. Lay down some towels on your bed (or wherever you plan on squirting) to get that ‘I’m going to soak the couch’ thought out of your head. Don’t want to make it that obvious to your lover what may happen? Stick the towels under your fitted sheet. That way you’re just cleaning an extra piece of bedding rather than having a sopping wet mattress.

molkG-spot stimulation is the quickest route to working up a big squirting session. Adding pressure to this internal area works best, so depending on how far deep your g-spot is, you can use fingers or a non-vibrating sex toy for stimulation. Applying pressure is what starts to swell up the Skene’s gland, which will in turn release it’s fluid as a squirt. Most ladies squirt simultaneously with their orgasms, but you can also release this liquid without cumming at all. It’s also not out of the ordinary to not have the ‘fountain’ of fluid that you see in some adult movies. For some women, it just trickles out of their body. For others, it’s more of a gush. Then there are those who are rather porn-worthy with their emissions.

If you find yourself struggling to squirt, go through the check list. Are you tensed up from worrying about peeing? Have you set up your environment to be squirting-friendly? Have you given your partner a head’s up that you may squirt, so you’re not worried about their reaction? Have you tried it solo first to get used to the feeling before trying it out on a lover? There are a number of ways you can both mentally and physically prepare for squirting that will make the whole experience that much easier.