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Is the “Squirting” Phenomenon Real?

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Is the “Squirting” Phenomenon Real?

Squirting is something you may have heard of before, but you might not know the finer details about what is actually happening during this sexual phenomenon. “Squirting” is caused by putting on a female’s prostate or “g-spot” and if enough pressure is applied to this area, it can cause the woman to urinate. Not technically an orgasm, the actually squirting may include a mixture of urine and cum because said person is already (presumably) engaged in sexual activities. That said, the urine is what is being released during squirting and what is ejaculated out of a woman. The liquid ejaculated during squirting is mainly clear. Most women who have experienced the squirting phenomenon claim to experience more intensely satisfying climaxes during squirting than a typical orgasm.

How You Can Get Your Partner to Squirt:Ā 

You will want to stimulate your partner with your fingers in order to feel around for her g-spot. It is usually located toward the front wall of the vagina, but each woman is different. You will know you’ve located it because your partner will respond to the sensitive area and also because the area may feel raise, swollen or rough in texture which helps it stand out against other areas. Your partner may feel as though they have to urinate when this area is stimulated, but as long as she has previously urinated, this is perfectly fine. She may also feel some pressure so it’s important to encourage your partner to relax in order to continue stimulating this area to the point of squirting. Your partner can encourage the likelihood of squirting by pushing with her pelvic floor muscles, but keep in mind that there may be a lot of liquid ejaculated once she begins squirting so preparation is ideal. You’ll want to put towels down if you’re worried about a mess. Don’t be discouraged if no squirting happens because not everyone squirts when this area is stimulated, but also be patient in exploring whether or not this kind of stimulation is for you. And remember to be gentle, take your time, and enjoy!

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