Ahh squirting. Isn't it just one of those wacky old myths like centaurs or unicorns? Well, no, actually. Female ejaculation is a legit real thing, and not as elusive and mysterious as people like to make out. Here's how to make a woman or person with a vagina squirt, or how to make yourself squirt if you are the vagina beholder. And just an N. Anne-Charlotte Desruelle, sex educator and Soft Paris co-founder, gives her step-by-step squirt guide. Gently and slowly stimulate the G-spot. Then, stimulate your G-spot with your fingers or a G-spot vibrator that has the perfect angle to intuitively reach your G-spot.
What Is Squirting (Some Confuse It With Peeing!)
Squirting and female ejaculation are NOT the same thing
If you're new here, you may want to get my discreet newsletter for men to learn how to make her sexually obsessed with you. Click here to get it. It's free. It's discreet. 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. Not only is comfort vital to make a girl squirt, but if she thinks she might pee, your partner might tense her muscles and activity prevent herself from squirting. Unlike peeing, squirting is an involuntary reaction to G-spot stimulation.
Ejaculation versus squirting
Maybe you want to experience stronger orgasms? Or maybe you just want to add something new to your sex life. It's all good. Getting your girl to squirt isn't as simple and your everyday shenanigans. Read these tips and techniques to better arm yourself. There is no way you can make your girl squirt unless you adhere to this cardinal rule. Any tension or worry what so ever will fight against her orgasm. There's no right or wrong. Anything is okay as long as she's into it. It feels like a nub or bump with a different texture than the surrounding tissue.
The first time I saw squirting, I didn't really know what I was looking at. The squirter was named Cytherea, an adult actress who had become synonymous with an ability to ejaculate large volumes of fluid—that was supposedly not pee—during sex acts. So rare was this talent that a interview with Adult Video News described her as having a "one-of-a-kind sexual gift. Within months, scores of other adult performers were suddenly able to squirt prodigiously, forcefully, and seemingly on cue. And before too long, I had a date with a woman who requested that we put a towel or two down on my bed before things got underway. Her self-description seemed to back up the idea that there were a small minority of women who ejaculated and the overwhelming majority who didn't. But then a few instructional videos started floating around online.