Female ejaculation, or as it’s more commonly known, squirting, is when a woman releases fluid during an orgasm. For some people, to be able to squirt is their biggest fantasy and their most powerful orgasm.
Annabelle has 5 tips to help you ride the wave..
GET TURNED ON
The fluid released during a squirting orgasm is liquid that has been absorbed by the urethral sponge. The more turned on a woman is, the more fluid she produces which results in a full sponge. Women also find it easier to squirt if they have already had an orgasm.
FIND THE G-SPOT
Insert 2 fingers into the vagina about 2 knuckles deep and gently hook them upwards. The G-spot is located within the front wall of the vaginal canal.
STIMULATE THE G-SPOT
If you are relatively new to g-spot stimulation, what you are going to feel is similar to a light urge to pee. Ride through it, while either you or your partner keep firm and steady pressure on the g-spot.
STRENGTHEN YOUR PELVIC FLOOR
The stronger your pelvic floor muscles are, the more intense and powerful your orgasms are going to be. Annabelle recommends doing Kegel exercises regularly; clenching and unclenching the pelvic muscles in sets. When you feel yourself about to orgasm, push down hard with your pelvic floor. This will trigger the release of fluid.
Because g-spot stimulation simulates the urge to pee, many women stop short of squirting for fear of having an embarrassing accident. This sensation is 100% normal and means that the g-spot stimulation is doing what it’s supposed to. You can completely relax and let yourself go. The urethra seals itself during orgasm. The fluid is actually expelled from small glands on either side of the urethra called the Skene’s glands.
For those who have never squirted before, it may not happen on the first try. Don’t be discouraged. Just like anything, practice makes perfect.