Whether you are a newcomer to the squirting scene or a long time fan, this video is extremely informative. Laci Green simplifies squirting through anatomical explanations.
So..what the hell is it? Laci first points out that there is a difference between female ejaculation and squirting. Female ejaculation is the normal wetness that occurs before, during and after coitus and is usually only comprised of one or two teaspoons of fluid. Squirting is the sudden expulsion of A LOT more liquid; ranging somewhere between 1 – 8 cups of fluid.
Why does squirting happen and where is this fluid coming from? Here, Laci whips out a vagina she made out of playdough in grade 4 to explain the female anatomy. The clitoris, Laci explains, is the orgasm button at the top peeking out from it’s little hood. That little peek, however, is the only part of the clitoris we can see. It actually extends inside the body, wrapping itself around both the urethra and vagina. The place where all these glorious organs meet, is called the G-spot. The scientific community, who spent thousands on a fancy education and are now studying squirting, believe that it is the stimulation of the G-spot that initiates a squirting response. That is why G-spot stimulation feels good, but also a little bit like you have to pee.
You see, there are tiny squiggly things called Skene’s glands that surround the urethra. With enough stimulation, these glands can produce and expel liquid through two tiny openings on either side of the urethra. This fluid is somewhat like a mixture of male ejaculate and pee. A recent study showed that while the women being studied were being turned on, their bladders started filling up and post-squirt, et voila! They were empty!
Squirting is one of the most commonly searched terms on major porn sites. Laci has some ideas as to why squirting is so enticing. First of all, it feels good, and people like things that feel good! Secondly, its much more tangible than a clitoral orgasm. It is a visual confirmation that whatever you just did, you did a goooood job.
Let’s talk facts: Although it seems like some elusive mermaid, 40% of women admit to squirting at some point in their life. It is usually unexpected and a little bit surprising. But here’s the deal. Squirting is natural. Not being able to is natural. Not everyone can squirt. If you can’t do it, that is nothing to be ashamed of. If you squirt all the time, that is nothing to be ashamed of. Not everyone achieves orgasm and feels pleasure the same way. Laci recommends clear communication with your sexual partner(s) to ensure complete comfortability on this topic.
Watch the full video here and absorb some wet, wet, wisdom.