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There's nothing quite like the satisfaction of an explosive orgasm. And if you're one of those lucky ladies who can squirt, then holy shit, you're in for a good time. But how do you Squirt Like A Pro?

In this blog post, we will teach you everything you need to know about squirting. We will discuss how to find your G-spot, how to give yourself a fantastic orgasm, and what sex positions to try to squirt. Once you have read this post, you can give your partner or yourself the most intense and satisfying squirting experience ever!

 

What Is Squirting?

 

Some people with vulvas have an uncontrollable fluid discharge during sexual arousal. This is referred to as "squirting" or "female ejaculation" (though not everyone with a vulva identifies as female, nor does everyone who identifies as female have a vulva).

 

But How Does Squirting Feel Like?

 

"When I squirt, I feel really sexy and powerful."

 

"I was probably 18 or 19 years old the first time I squirted. I was masturbating in the shower with the pressure stream from the shower head, and I simply squirted out extremely hard. It felt incredible, like an immense release and relaxation I'd never felt before; great pleasure. Now I squirt whenever the correct pressure is applied to my G-spot or when I masturbate with the shower spray.

I usually orgasm and squirt at the same time, although I may squirt shortly before or after I arrive. I've felt terrific about it since the first time. When I squirt, I feel really sexy and powerful. My partners seem to enjoy it as well, and I haven't heard any complaints."

Anonymous — (queer woman)

 

"It was extremely pleasant, a little cluttered but very cozy."

 

“I felt like something needed to come out for a few years, but it never did. I was afraid of peeing myself, so I said, "Stop.” Then my partner fucked me for a long time, and I decided I wasn't afraid to pee. I let go and ejaculated. It was extremely wonderful, a little chaotic but very intimate. My companion was equally ecstatic. It's a sexy thing to see someone let go. I used to dislike feeling wet or sweaty, but these things are now a part of sex for me and really make me feel more horny.

I'm ejaculating more frequently now. I can't stop it, but I know when it's about to happen, and it feels incredible. It happens before climax, and if I keep fucking for a while, it will come after. Breathing techniques have helped me relax, ejaculate, manage my orgasms, and even strengthen them. I used to believe that female ejaculation was a method of detecting when someone was approaching, but now I know that ejaculation does not imply orgasm.

Anyone who is embarrassed of squirting should realize that it's quite erotic, and even if it's pee, that's fine — pee is only water anyhow."

— Joey (transgender man, queer)

 

"My feelings have clearly altered over time."

 

"I squirted for the first time with a long-term partner when I was in my early twenties and felt rather humiliated because I thought it was urine. My companion and I smelled it and tried to taste it, concluding that it wasn't pee and that even if it was, it didn't really matter. It didn't happen as frequently back then, and I didn't feel as confident or as well-versed in it as I do today. It happens more frequently now, and I feel much more in control of it.

I can squirt significantly longer distances and larger amounts of liquid these days. My feelings have clearly changed with time: as long as the surface is safe to squirt on, I adore squirting and find it incredibly delightful. I frequently squirt right as I approach; it's part of the orgasm for me."

— Ashley (not mentioned)

 

I Want To Squirt! What Should I Do Now?

 

1.    Relax

 

It's time to kick back and relax! First and foremost, release any stress in your body, guarantee that you will not be disturbed, and give yourself plenty of time. You may also want to "waterproof" the area by placing several towels beneath you for extra security.

 

2.    Find Your G-Spot!

 

Sit on the floor with your knees bent and a mirror between your legs. If necessary, open your labia.

The G-spot is located within the vagina, approximately 0.5 to 2 inches from the entrance, on the vaginal wall facing the stomach.

Curl your finger upwards towards your abdominal button from your vagina.

A patch of flesh should be present, similar to the surface of a golf ball or the skin of an orange.

 

3. Activate Your G-Spot

 

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Gently and gradually stimulate the G-spot. Remember that this isn't a race or performance, so go at your own pace.

Lubricate, lubricate, lubricate! We cannot overstate the necessity of having plenty of lubricants. It will not only improve the pleasure, but it will also reduce the risk of soreness, pain, or injury.

Choose a water-based lube (silicone lubricants can be longer-lasting, but they aren't compatible with all condoms and silicone toys).

Stimulate your G-spot using your fingertips or a G-spot vibrator that is angled correctly to hit your G-spot. A G-spot vibrator can make the zone more accessible, which means it can be stimulated more easily.

As your G-spot is stimulated and you become more excited, the erectile tissue fills with blood, and the G-spot and labia grow larger. Remember that sections of the G-spot may feel sore, so gently stimulate the sore areas.

 

4. Pay Attention To Your Body.

 

Be aware of the various sensations in your body and adjust the pressure accordingly. Remember that it should be enjoyable.

Many persons with vulvas will not ejaculate until the vulva and G-spot have filled with blood and become larger.

Because ejaculate is produced via the urethra, experiencing the need to pee is a step on the right path...

Some people only squirt when the G-spot is activated (for example, through penetration), while others squirt when the vagina is not invaded.

 

What Sex Positions Should I Try To Squirt?

 

Try cowgirl or doggy sex positions if you're with a male, a penis-having partner, or utilizing a strap-on.

Cowgirl is a sex position in which you have complete control over both your body and your feelings, making it easier to feel your way to your G-spot.

Doggy sex positions allow your partner to apply pressure to the frontal vaginal lining, increasing the chances of G-spot stimulation.

Finally, keep in mind that squirting can happen on your first try or it can take years... The most important thing is to relax into your body and let go of all expectations!

Squirting is a fantastic sensation that everybody can enjoy. If you don't succeed the first time, or even after several efforts, it simply indicates that your body's natural instinct is to keep anything from exiting the urethra while you get active. Relax, enjoy the feelings, and whatever happens, occurs.

 

Written by Rhina C.

Honey Play Box Editorial Team