Alrighty, folks, let’s talk about the female body and one of its more… elusive functions. Yes, you guessed it. We’re going to dive deep into the world of female ejaculation. Or as I like to call it, the mystical, magical art of squirting.

Now, I know some of you might be thinking, “Wait a minute, isn’t squirting just a made-up thing from porn?” But let me tell you, my friends, female ejaculation is very much real. It’s just not as common or well-understood as other sexual functions.

So, what is female ejaculation? Well, it’s when a woman expels fluid from her urethra during sexual stimulation or orgasm. And we’re not talking a little dribble here, people. We’re talking about a gush, a spray, a veritable fountain of liquid. Now, the exact nature of this fluid is still up for debate. Some studies suggest that it contains prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which is also found in male semen. So, ladies, you have your own little prostate hiding up in there. Who knew?

It’s worth noting that there isn’t a lot of research available on female ejaculation, so some of these figures may vary depending on the study or survey. However, here are a few statistics related to female ejaculation:

  • According to a study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, approximately 69% of women have experienced female ejaculation at least once in their lives.
  • Another study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine found that approximately 33% of women reported having experienced female ejaculation in the past year.
  • A survey conducted by the sex toy company LELO found that 70% of women believed they were capable of ejaculating, but only 20% had actually done so.

It’s important to note that these figures are not definitive, and different studies and surveys may yield different results. Additionally, some women may be hesitant to report their experiences with female ejaculation due to stigma or embarrassment, which could impact the accuracy of these statistics.

Research has shown that the fluid expelled during female ejaculation is not just urine. While it may contain some traces of urine, it also contains other substances, such as prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which is also found in male semen. This suggests that female ejaculation is not just a form of urination, but a unique physiological function that has similarities to male ejaculation.

So, what does female ejaculation feel like?

Well, according to those who have experienced it, it can be an incredibly intense and pleasurable sensation. Some women describe it as a release of built-up tension or pressure, while others say it feels like an explosive orgasm that leaves them feeling deeply satisfied.

But here’s the thing, not all women are capable of squirting. And even for those who can, it’s not something that happens every time they have sex. So, if you’re not a squirter, don’t worry. You’re still totally normal and awesome. In a survey of over 3,000 women conducted by the online sex toy retailer Lovehoney, 39% of respondents reported having experienced female ejaculation. This suggests that while it is a common occurrence, it’s not something that happens for everyone or every time they engage in sexual activity.

Now, what can you do if you’re interested in exploring female ejaculation?

First and foremost, communication with your partner is key. Let them know what you’re interested in exploring and what you’re comfortable with. This can help create a safe and supportive environment where you can feel free to experiment and explore your sexuality.

In addition, experimentation is key. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to female ejaculation, and what works for one person may not work for another. Trying out different techniques, positions, and forms of stimulation can help you figure out what works best for you and your body.

Can we get REALLY technical and show us some tips?

Alright, alright, alright. So you and your partner wanna explore the wild and wacky world of squirting? Well, here are 6 tips on what to focus on when you are trying to get yourself or your partner to squirt.

  1. Communication
    First things first, you gotta communicate! Don’t just start randomly poking around down there, make sure you talk about what you’re comfortable with and what you wanna explore. Safety first, people!
  2. Relaxation
    Now, squirting requires a high level of relaxation, so you gotta set the mood. Light some candles, put on some Barry White, or whatever helps you and your partner feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
  3. Foreplay
    Next up, foreplay! And I ain’t talking about just a little bit of kissing and touching. We’re talking about a marathon of foreplay, folks. Really get in there and explore all the nooks and crannies before moving onto the main event.
  4. G-spot stimulation
    Now, the G-spot is where it’s at when it comes to squirting. So, experiment with different techniques and positions to find what works best for your partner. Some people like the “come-hither” motion with the fingers, while others prefer toys or other forms of stimulation. Whatever floats your boat, people!
  5. Clitoral stimulation
    Don’t forget about the clitoris! While the G-spot is the star of the show, the clitoris can also play a role in squirting. So, mix it up and try different techniques and positions to find what works best for you and your partner.
  6. Get some sex toys
    Sex toys can be a valuable tool in enhancing sexual pleasure and exploring one’s own body. While manual stimulation of the G-spot is possible, utilizing a curved G-spot wand may be helpful. There are numerous options to choose from when it comes to sex toys, ranging from simple items like the We-Vibe Rave to more substantial items such as the njoy Pure Wand.

    It’s important to note that G-spot stimulation alone may not always result in orgasm or squirting, so incorporating clitoral toys into your routine can heighten arousal levels. Experts suggest trying a clit-sucking toy, like the Womanizer, or utilizing a wand vibrator, such as Le Wand Petite or the classic Magic Wand.

    Remember to communicate with your partner and experiment with different techniques to find what feels pleasurable for you. Some individuals may prefer vibration while others may prefer consistent pressure or circular movements. It’s essential to remember that this experience will be unique and personal to everyone.
  7. Patience
    Finally, be patient, my friends. Squirting can take time and practice, so don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t happen right away. Focus on enjoying the experience and exploring your sexuality together. Who knows, you might discover some new things about yourself and your partner in the process. So go forth and get squirting!

It’s also important to remember that there is no right or wrong way to experience female ejaculation. Whether you’re a squirter or not, you’re still totally normal and awesome. So, don’t let anyone make you feel bad about your body or your sexuality. Go forth and embrace your inner squirter!

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Other References:

How to Squirt or Make Someone Squirt Like a Pro by Cosmopolitan
A Beginner’s Guide: How to Squirt by VICE magazine
How To Make Yourself Squirt During Sex Or Solo Play by Woman’s Health