‘Squirting’ is synonymous with female ejaculation, and has been the subject of much scrutiny and controversy in sexology for many years now.
This is, of course, despite being nothing new to women. Female ejaculation has been noted in history dating back to 300 BC in the writings of Aristotle and Hippocrates. In ancient Asia, female ejaculation was common and therefore mentioned in many Chinese Taoist texts; and is thought to have been included in the Kama Sutra, an ancient Indian Hindu text.
Yet somehow, some people lose their minds when it comes to squirting and its validity today.
So what’s the big deal anyway?
What’s It Like to Squirt?
Squirting orgasms are obviously a bit different from ‘standard’ orgasms. Many women find them to be incredibly intense, longer-lasting, and more satisfying. They may take more time and effort to achieve, and certainly more focus is required at first until you’re more experienced. Sometimes you don’t realize you’re squirting except for the intense heat from the liquid on your ass; and other times inhuman and barbaric sounds escape your lips from how powerful the orgasm is. It sort of feels like a water balloon exploding as it bounces around a room. It really is the ultimate release.
Who Can Squirt?
It’s important not to generalise and to remember that not everyone who is female can squirt, and not everyone who can squirt is female. In a perfect world, every identifying female would be able to squirt on demand if desired, but we know that isn’t the case. Since very little is known about the Skene glands and how exactly cis females ejaculate, it’s difficult to curate a checklist for the Perfect Squirting Candidate. My best advice: keep trying until it works because a great orgasm every time is an excellent consolation prize in my book.
If You Can’t, Are You Broken?
No, of course not, you are absolutely not broken! Some women may be unable to squirt due to one physical limitation or another; but that isn’t always the case – some women just don’t know how. With the amount of discouragement and censorship (such as the UK banning female ejaculation in porn in 2014), it’s not hard to believe that women aren’t getting the information and support that they need to experiment with and nurture their own gift. Though I strongly urge you; if you do know what to do and it still hasn’t happened, do not give up! Sometimes it can take several tries depending on the circumstances, your frame of mind, and the tools you may be using.
Want to Squirt Like a Porn Star? Here’s How to Get Started:
Everyone is different, but a good place to start is with your favorite G-spot stimulating toy or partner. Careful stimulation and arousal of the G-spot (2-3 inches up the anterior vaginal wall between the vaginal opening and urethra; rough patch of tissue) should begin to fill the Skene glands with fluid as the body becomes more excited. A partner can reach better than you, but a well-crafted toy can also do the trick. Toys that are curved with a bulbous head are bound to ‘hit the spot.’ The more stimulation that occurs for the G-spot and A-zone, the better the chances of ejaculating. It’s also possible to ejaculate from strictly clitoral stimulation as well.
When you feel the moment upon you, try your best to clear your mind, free yourself, and literally let go. If nothing happens right away, don’t be afraid to push with your pelvic floor muscles to stimulate ejaculation. It may just be a trickle, or it may shoot clear across the room; be prepared for anything! No one way works the same for everyone; so don’t be afraid to experiment and you’ll be gushing with joy in no time.