Can Every Woman Squirt?
A video by SquirtBible.com
Squirting is a form of female ejaculation and though associated with orgasms, is very different. Squirting is the result of G Spot stimulation and can be a very exciting and pleasurable response to sexual arousal for both partners.
All women can squirt with a little practice and patience. In order to squirt, you need to find your G Spot. The G Spot is located about 2 inches in from the opening on the vagina along the front of the upper area of the vagina. The best way to find the G Spot is with your sensitive fingertips.
Start by making sure you are sexually aroused, because the G Spot swells during sexual arousal. Then feel along the area with your fingers. You will be looking for an area that feels a little rougher, more ridged, or thicker than the other vaginal tissue.
Once you’ve found the G Spot then stimulate the area by massaging with the tips of your fingers or a G Spot vibrator. During stimulation of the G Spot your Skene’s gland, which is a lot like the male prostate will begin to absorb vaginal fluids.
Since the Skene’s gland is right near the bladder, when you are ready to squirt it may feel similar to having to urinate which may seem a little uncomfortable. However, part of the ability to squirt is recognizing the difference between the need to urinate and the feeling of squirting. So you will have to relax and just go for it.
It may take a few times to really understand how your body works, but once you squirt for the first time, you will be able to do it again.
Take your time and explore your G Spot and eventually you too can learn how to squirt from stimulation.
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