Is Squirting Actually Real?

Squirting can be a pretty contested topic, with some believing it’s a real thing, and other’s claiming it’s simply a show with liquid produced from the bladder. What we can say definitively on the topic is that not only is squirting a real thing, but it’s something that nearly every woman is capable of. With practice and finesse, any man can make his woman squirt, and all it really takes is a relaxed environment and a little fun experimentation.

First, let’s get to the bottom of what squirting is, what it isn’t, and how it’s produced. The naysayers will claim that the fluid that comes from a woman when she squirts is urine, but this isn’t the case. Yes, both ejaculate and urine come from the same opening, but they’re actually comprised of different materials. The liquid that is emitted when a female ejaculates actually comes from a tiny gland near the urethra called the Skene Gland, which fills with fluid when stimulated, and releases upon climax. Urine comes from the bladder, and women who have emptied their bladder immediately before having their Skene Gland stimulated are still able to squirt.

Stimulating the Skene Gland to lead a woman to a squirting orgasm is actually pretty easy, and all it takes is a bit of play using fingers or a toy. Some toys are designed with squirt encouraging stimulation in mind, and have special components in just the right places to perform comfortable and effective touch. The issue with toys, however, is that it doesn’t provide as much variety or a good roadmap to the location of the Skene Gland for beginners, so those just learning about squirting should probably stick to manual stimulation first.

When manually stimulating the Skene Gland to bring a woman to a squirting orgasm, first make sure she’s completely relaxed. Feeling uncomfortable or tensing up will disallow the correct buildup to achieve a squirt, so in order for climax to be reached, leave yourself open to comfortable communication and create a relaxing atmosphere. The sensation of Skene Gland stimulation can also cause some discomfort at first, so getting relaxed enough with it to achieve orgasm could take a few tries; don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t happen on the first, second, or even third time. The simplest way to learn definitively if squirting is real or not is to have some fun and try it for yourself!

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