The Science Behind The Squirt

The best way to understand how squirting works and just what female ejaculation is all about is to get better acquainted with the science behind it. Squirting can be a bit of a controversial subject for many, with some believing that squirting is a myth, and others who firmly believe that female ejaculation can be achieved by nearly any woman when experiencing the right touch. To get to the bottom of this, let’s take a look at the science behind the squirt, and just what occurs when a woman ejaculates.

The first thing you’ll need to learn about to get to the science behind the squirt is the Skene Gland, and this is the epicenter for female squirting orgasms. The Skene Gland is a tiny gland located about 2 to 3 inches inside of the vagina, and when stimulated, this gland fills with fluid that will need to be released. The fluid emitted from the Skene Gland comes out of the urethra, leading many to believe that female ejaculate is actually urine, but the fluid that comes from the Skene Gland is anything but. When the gland is stimulated through the vagina, it will begin to swell and fill up with fluid, and this fluid is released upon climax.

The Skene Gland can be stimulated through the vagina pretty easily, and the spot you want to reach to hit it is the G spot. The G spot can be found and felt by inserting a finger or 2 into the vaginal opening, palm up, and around 2 to 3 inches inside. Make a “come hither” motion with your finger or fingers, and if you’re in the right area, you should feel a squishy area about the size and shape of a walnut that gradually gets firmer the more it’s stimulated. Open communication with your partner can ensure that you’re reaching areas that feel good, and that you’re likely in the correct location.

When the Skene Gland is stimulated through the G spot, it will begin to fill up with fluid, and when full, it will then release the ejaculate through the urethra upon orgasm. Many women find G spot orgasms with Skene Gland stimulation are some of the most intense, and feel completely different to a clitoral or “outer” orgasm. When manual stimulation becomes more comfortable, couples may then wish to try toy stimulation for a new sensation and even bigger and more dramatic squirting occasions.

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