Squirting is a sexual act but, a rare one. Its often heard that women experience squirting in sex but, many of girls never squirt and believe it to be a myth only. Well, its not just a myth.
It is real and can be learnt but, unfortunately, its also true that some girls might never experience squirting, according to Kat Van Kirk, Ph.D., a licensed marriage and family therapist, certified sex therapist, and resident sex expert at AdamandEve.com. But, whether you fit under the category of girls who will never get to experience this or not, there’s no other way but to try.
Squirting demands a lot of patience, contrary to what usually women do when close to orgasm. Antonia Hall a practicing psychologist and author of The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life guides, “It can take some time to get a feel for it because women tend to clench and draw upward when we orgasm, and squirting requires relaxing and bearing down,”
Many women express that they feel the urge to pee when they reach close to orgasm which makes relaxing a bad idea. However, in order to squirt, one needs to let go. That peeing sensation comes from the swelling and filling of the gland behind the G-spot which presses on the urethra and makes you feel like peeing, says Hall.
The G-spot is a sensitive region, made of bundle of tissues and nerves. It is located 2 inches inside on the upper side inside vagina. Many women find it hard to locate their G-spot. Squirting can vary from person to person. It can range from 1 teaspoon to several tablespoons, says Van Kirk.
Now lets go through guidance on how to squirt.
Before beginning, you might need to empty your bladder so your mind is at ease.
You should be totally relaxed and turned on. You may use porn or any sex toy that can really turn you on. Hall says, “Focus first on stimulating your clitoris, as it’ll help bring blood into the area and get your G-spot area ready for play.” Once you’re turned on, insert your middle and ring winger inside vagina and look for the rigid area above inside. Rub it.
Behind the G-spot is the Skene’s gland that is much like the prostate in males. It produces seminal fluid. Hall tells, “It’s important to push on the G-spot to get the Skene’s glands swollen and ready to gush.Hooking your fingers to press into the area can help stimulate the glands, causing you to squirt. Keep the palm of your hand cupped around your clitoris to get dual stimulation. Play with what feels really good to you. You can also use a dildo or vibrator, but it’s good to get a feel with your fingers first to locate your G-spot.”
Hall adds, “It may take even more pressure than your fingers can provide. A deep thrusting motion tends to work for a lot of women. But if it doesn’t happen for you right away, just enjoy the pleasure for now and keep experimenting,”
If you tried this and you were able to squirt, congratulations! If it didn’t, no worries, you’re still the sex queen and you still get all the amazing sensations of sex.