In the minds of many people, female ejaculations are as mythical as centaurs and fire-breathing dragons. In this deep dive, we are going to cover the core components of helping a woman have squirting orgasms. Usually, the answer is as cloudy as the mainstream attitude toward female ejaculation in general, which is hazy and hesitant at best. The body is complex and we would be foolishly arrogant to write off squirting as mere pee after only an initial round of preliminary studies. Heaps of more research still needs to be conducted.
It’s Not Pee…
What Is Squirting (Some Confuse It With Peeing!)
My discreet newsletter will teach you how to give any woman back-arching, spine-tingling, screaming orgasms. Click here to get it. Before we jump, I want to quickly cover the groundwork that will make it far easier for you to make her squirt on a regular basis. If you are interested in seeing these steps demonstrated, you can check them out here. You can skip straight to the techniques by clicking here , but I strongly advise you to read this Squirting Guide from start to finish if you want to become a true squirting master. Some people confuse squirting with pee, and feeling like she is going to pee makes many women feel uncomfortable.
5 Things You Didn’t Know About Squirting—But Should
So read on to get my best ever tips and tricks, and add this amazing new kind of orgasm to your Sex Life. From removing distractions in the bedroom to the exact fingering techniques you should be using, I will show you all that you need to know to get her there. The rest of this guide is absolutely useless without this first part.
But the vast majority of vagina-owners are probably capable of squirting. Squirting describes when a person with a clitoris releases a specific type of ejaculate in response to some kind of sexual stimulation, usually around their G-spot. It can come with intense pleasure and can sometimes coincide with an orgasm. It does have some similar components as urine which itself is mostly water, BTW , but the liquid released with squirting is usually clear and odorless and contains some of the same chemical properties as semen. Unfortunately, research on this particular sexual response is frustratingly scarce. That said, many sex educators — including sex researcher and NYU sexuality professor Dr.