How To Squirt
To pee or not to pee: that really isn’t the question, but it’s one of many things people think about around the topic of learning how to squirt. There’s a lot of talk around squirting and ultimately what most people want to know is: is the juice even worth the squeeze? We think so. Here's our 101 guide on how to squirt.
What Is Squirting?
Squirting in and of itself has some controversy. Some schools of thought say it's just urine, while others say it’s female ejaculation. Actually, it’s more than likely to be both, and we prefer to not use the phrase female ejaculation. Not everyone with a vulva is female and ejaculate can come from anyone on the gender spectrum. Sometimes, it mixes with uric acid, creatine, and urea and when coming from vulva owners, we call this a squirting orgasm. We also call it squirting when it’s just the mix of uric acid, urea, and creatine. Some people think this is pee, but this liquid is clear, tasteless, and odorless. It also tends to have a very different sensation once it springs forth. There is further debate as to whether everyone can squirt. The Skene glands, where ejaculate comes from, are super tiny and some bodies don’t have them at all. Still, there are sex gurus who spout the idea that once they know how to squirt, everyone can do it. That said, in this article, we will lead you to the water. What you do with it…
What You Need To Know About Squirting
The first thing to do, to rule out any ideas that you might be just peeing, is to hit the loo before your sesh. Secondly, figure out how to squirt by yourself before trying it with a partner. To do this, diddle your skittle to climax which will relax you and engorge your G-Spot, making it easier to find and stimulate. Using lube, as always, find your G-Spot and apply pressure with a “come hither” finger curled motion. Tap rhythmically and consistently, making circles or simply pushing. You will start to feel a sensation that reminds you of having to pee, but since you already did that, you know that’s not what’s happening. Gotta keep going in order to keep coming. Rub any of your other erogenous zones to bring you closer to your big sploosh.
How To Squirt With A Sex Toy
The goal is reached specifically through prolonged stimulation, so don’t get frustrated if it takes you a while to understand how to squirt. Remember to stay relaxed, and know that you will get better at it in time. If you are having trouble reaching your G-Spot, or find it difficult to maintain your position, toys are always the answer. The Glästoy 8” Ribbed G-Spot Glass Dildo is a common go-to because it has a G-Spot stimulator, is long enough to reach as far as you need and has a comfy grip so that you can easily maneuver the toy. The more you feel like you need to pee, the closer you are to having learned how to squirt.
Squirting With A Partner
If you decide to try squirting with a partner, have them hit the loo, of course. Then, bring them to orgasm. From there, have them lay on their back with you between their legs. You can use a couple of fingers to stimulate the G-Spot, or you can hit home with the Mr. Swirly 6.5" G-Spot Glass Dildo or the 6.5-inch Curved G-Spot Glass Dildo, both by Gläs. Since they are both made of glass, any lubricant is compatible so don’t be afraid to build the thrill with a tingly lube like the Jo for Her 12 Volt Clitoral Serum.
When the wave hits, you may or may not have a Punani Tsunami. Everyone’s bodies are different, and ejaculations vary from one to the next. Whether it’s a trickle or a waterfall, all squirts count, and after you know how to squirt, you will be able to flood frequently enough to make comparisons.
Kegels Can Help You Master How To Squirt
To have better results when figuring out how to squirt, build up those pelvic floor and vaginal muscles with a Glass Yoni Eggs Kegel Training Set. This tapered shape slips right in, so hold it there and strengthen your muscles while adding pleasure and giving yourself a little massage.
Key Takeaways On Squirting
Some key things to remember when learning how to squirt are that it will probably take a while, so be patient. Also, not everyone will need penetration and others will definitely need to not have penetration, so exploring is important whether alone or with a partner. Using lube is always going to make everything better, and with glass toys, all kinds of lubes work well for adding slip. As with any new addition to your romp rituals, having a prior conversation, taking the time to set the mood, and relaxing are going to be the best way to guarantee the gush.