How to perform squirting

Squirt or woman’s ejaculation is one of the controversial issues in modern sexology.  Does it exist? IF it’s real so why not every woman can do that?

Squirt — to flow out through a narrow opening in a fast stream – sometimes it’s named as a wet orgasm. Sometimes a woman can be so aroused that the fluid from her urethra is exploded. For a long time, this fluid was considered as the urine, but it’s not actually the truth. Even if you have emptied your bladder, you can squirt still.  Moreover, chemical analysis showed that this fluid is not the urine, it hasn’t got any smell or colour.


From the point of sexology, squirt is a female ejaculation.

The anatomy of the process

Squirting secretion is being produced in Skene’s glands that are named after the Scottish gynaecologist Alexander Skene.  These glands are located on the anterior wall of the vagina, around the lower end of the urethra near the urethral opening and may be near or a part of the G-spot.  The location of glands explains why you can push on G-spot to make a woman squirt.

During coitus with a strong stimulation Skene’s glands are getting bigger and start producing a secretion, that is similar to sperm in a chemical level, but without spermatozoids.  As soon as a woman reaches the highest peak of arousal, the liquid is coming out.  These glands are located close to the urinary tract and while they are getting bigger they push on it and the feeling resembles the need to pee. The blow-out is centred in the urethra area so the inaccurate version that squirting is just a female urination during orgasm was well spread.

From the physiologist point of view, every woman can squirt. Oh yes, absolutely every woman!  Unfortunately not every woman can really do that.

Before you go from theory to practice you should activate your G-spot. You can’t do that without it. That’s why before thinking about squirt you should wake all your erogenous zones up and get a usual vaginal orgasm. Secondly, you should learn how to relax and forget about every problem let your partner help you to reach the orgasm.

Let’s sum up what do you need for a squirt:

  • Relax your body and mind. Leave the concentration at work. Listen to your body, it will tell you the breathing rhythm and amplitude of movements.
  • Clear actions of your partner.  For a wet orgasm, he should stimulate precisely your G-spot with his fingers or penis.
  • Move your vaginal muscles. As soon as you’ll feel that you are about to reach the orgasm start doing the pushing-out movements with your vagina. The main error is that you are trying to squeeze your vaginal muscles when you are about to climax, don’t try to cross your legs either. Your partner may like when you do that, but your arousal is slowing down and you can’t climax.


Also, it may happen that you are squirting without knowing about that.

If you are watching too much porn and waiting for a flow like actresses do, you may be disappointed. In the reality, a squirting secretion can be from several drops to three tablespoons of the fluid so it can just leak. If you noticed a wet spot on the sheets and if it’s not a sperm of the partner it could be you squirting fluid.

Don’t get frustrated if you couldn’t perform squirting from the very first time. These feelings are totally new to your body and you will improve with more practice. Happy experimenting!


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