You’ve probably heard a lot about squirting, and maybe you’ve also heard ladies describe the experience.
Experts say that it takes orgasm to a whole new level — the mind-blowing sensations can thrust you into another world of pleasure.
But whether you’ve “been there and done that”... or you want to know what squirting is all about and how to experience it yourself…
You’re gonna love today’s article.
We’ll explore what squirting really is, how it happens, and how you can experience it better, and more often.
What Exactly is Squirting?
Squirting is the rapid expulsion of fluid from the body during moments of intense pleasure.
The squirt is released from the urethra continuously as you hit orgasm, or even before getting there, at the height of sexual arousal.
Sounds like pee? Nope, this isn’t entirely urine.
It’s a cocktail of fluids from the urinary bladder and the female prostate, or Skene’s glands.
In the medical world, squirt is also known as ‘female ejaculation’. But to keep things simple, we’ll stick to calling it ’squirting’ in this article.
So, if you’ve been holding back for fear of an embarrassing pee moment, allow yourself to relax and enjoy the ride.
The Sensation of Squirting: How does it feel?
Alright, moving on to the million-dollar question - what does squirting feel like?
Well, no two women are alike. So the sensation of squirting and how intense your pleasure will get depends on your body.
But if you’ve not been there, some women describe it as an intense rush of pleasure… like your body’s entire erotic dam being unleashed.
Some say they get to that level of intense pleasure where they can’t think of anything else, as their whole being is engaged in this release of sexual energy.
And for some women, the squirt escapes in a gush, while others release in spurts. Either way, the level of pleasure is extremely high.
The best way to make your squirting experience more memorable each time? Experiment, of course!
And for best results, it’s important to maintain your bodily fluids!
If you struggle with dryness, or want to make sure your body is ready when it’s time, then try proven vaginal moisture supplements. They prep the vagina and help you retain moisture.
The Anatomy of squirting: The Role of the G-Spot and Skene’s Glands. (Plus how it actually happens)
We can’t chat about squirting without talking about the star players: the G-Spot and the Skene’s glands.
Science says that squirting happens when there’s intense stimulation of the G-spot (or the area around it).
As you may know, the G-spot is a sensitive area located about 1-2 inches inside the front vaginal wall.
And when your G-spot is properly stimulated, it can trigger some powerful orgasms and yes, some squirting too.
And it’s the Skene’s glands that are responsible for squirting.
Skene’s glands are also known as the female prostate. And they’re found near the urethra. This special gland is responsible for producing the fluid expelled during squirting.
When the G-spot is stimulated, these glands spring into action, resulting in the ’splash’ we’re talking about.
If you haven’t experienced this before, you’ve got to know that every woman is different.
Some women may find that squirting happens spontaneously, while others discover it through exploration or even accidentally.
Squirting: Is It Healthy? And What About Age?
In a word, yes! Squirting is healthy and perfectly normal!
Not only is squirting a natural sexual response for some women, but it also gives you increased physical pleasure and emotional satisfaction.
Some studies suggest it could even be beneficial.
Because a squirt contains prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which has antimicrobial properties.
As for age, squirting does not discriminate. Whether you’re a young adult or in your golden years, squirting is well within your reach.
It’s all about getting in the mood, being comfortable… taking it slow as you explore with your partner.
Squirting 101: Preparing for the Splash
Thinking about embarking on your squirting journey?
Here are a few tips to get you started.
- Relaxation is key—both mental and physical: Find what turns you on and don’t be afraid to explore. And if you struggle to get in the mood, you should try boosting your vaginal moisture and libido with supplements.
Communication is crucial: For most women, intense sexual pleasure is more about the journey than the destination. Take your time. Enjoy the sensations and don’t put pressure on yourself to squirt. As with all good things in life, it takes time and practice to get there. And when you do, it’ll be well worth the wait.
- Get your bed ready: Yes, after the experience, your sheet will definitely need a change. And if you’re one of those that really turn on the faucet, then your bed might also get wet. So to avoid dealing with that, consider using thick beddings that don’t allow fluid to soak through to your bed.
Whether you’ve experienced this or not, remember - your sexual journey is uniquely yours, to explore, enjoy, and celebrate.
And if you’re curious about squirting or any other aspect of your sexual health, don’t hesitate to consult a healthcare professional.
Further Reading & Support
- Women’s Sexual Health: Comprehensive Guide by Mayo Clinic
- Squirting: It’s Easier Than You Think: A Holistic Guide to Female Pleasure by R. Leigh
- Remember, whether you’re squirting, giggling, or simply enjoying your coffee while reading this article - you are absolutely fabulous. Stay curious, stay empowered, and keep shining, ladies!