The Mysteries of Squirting

Squirting is an amazing phenomenon. Most women don’t even know how they do it or what it is.  Most medical professionals don’t even know what it is. All I know is that female ejaculation is a beautiful thing.  There is nothing more magnificent than making a woman go off like a fountain.


Squirting or splurting as its sometimes called happens in or around the female urethra before during and after an orgasm. Sure there are a lot of ways to make it happen – repeated stimulation of the g-spot or clitoris – but the real question is: what is it!It’s one of the most debated topics of sexology. 35–50% of women report that they have at some time experienced the gushing of fluid during orgasm.  Some people thing that it arrives from pleasure because of the orgasm and some people think it comes from not being able to hold your pee because of the repeated stress on the vagina. However, they’ve done studies and have found miniscule, trace amounts of urine in the fluid; if any.

The fact is some women squirt a little and some woman squirt a lot. Some women only squirt when they’re masturbating.  I’ve even heard of some woman squirt half way across the room.  And one of the biggest misconceptions about squirting is that it’s not the same thing as gushing.  Gushing is an over abundance of inter-vaginal fluid brought on by stimulation of the g-spot to naturally lubricate the vagina for sexual intercourse.  Squirting is characterized as a rapid spurt of clear fluid that shoots outward.

Often times when a woman squirts for the first time it can be embarrassing, especially when a man is around.  Many women feel the need to explain that they did not just urinate all over the place. But squirting is amazing and a wonderful phenomenon which makes the woman beautiful and unique.

To try and practice squirting, find a man with nice strong fingers or find a vibrator uniquely designed to stimulate the g-spot. Have fun squirting!

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