Everything You Need to Know About Squirting

What is it?

Squirting is when a woman ejaculates from penetration or masturbation without any external stimulation. Most women have experienced this feeling at one time or another. Some women may experience it on their own, while others may not even want to try it out with anyone else.

In order to achieve squirting, there are several things that must happen:

1) A woman needs to reach climax during sexual activity (penetration or masturbation).

2) She must then expel her fluids through the opening of her body.

3) Her fluid must come out in a stream rather than dribble down her legs or around the room.

4) She must be able to control how much comes out and where it goes.

5) There should be no pain associated with this process.

The first two points are very important since they determine whether or not she will achieve squirting. If these two conditions aren’t met, then she won’t get there.

How does it feel?

It feels really good! I’ve never had anything like it before. It’s so pleasurable that I don’t think my boyfriend would mind me doing this all the time. When I was younger, I used to squirt a little bit every now and then, but after having kids and being pregnant with twins, my orgasms became less frequent. Now, they are very rare events, but when I do have one, I can easily squirt several times. It feels like a really intense climax. After I’m done, I feel really weak and out of breath and have to lay down for a few minutes.

How do you make it happen?

You have to be REALLY turned on. So much that your body is trembling and you can’t hold still. You also have to be relaxed, so don’t try this during a time that you are really nervous or uncomfortable. It helps if you start off slowly, like with some foreplay. Remember that the clit is the most sensitive part of a woman’s body, so starting with a hand job may be the easiest way to make her relax and get wet. After she starts getting wet, then you can move on to other things.

Once you move on to penetration, remember that depth is important. You want to make sure that your body is making enough contact with the right places in order to achieve the climax. There’s no sense in hurting yourself and not being able to enjoy the whole ride.

Also remember to pay attention to her responses. If you’re doing something that is or isn’t comfortable for her, she’ll let you know with sounds, words, or even pushing your hand away. Some women like it dirty, some don’t; some women like it hard and fast, some like it slow and gentle. If you’re unsure about something, just ask her what she likes or experiment yourself by touching various places on your own body to see how it feels.

With all this in mind, start off with a little stimulation to the outside of her genitals first, using your hands and fingers. Spend a considerable amount of time here. Be sure to touch everywhere, and don’t forget to spend some time on her inner thighs and the area around her genitals.

By this time she should be pretty aroused, which is obvious since there will be wetness all around her genitals. If she isn’t, then you might want to consider using a toy or finger to get her going. Her pleasure is in your hands, literally. If she’s ready for penetration, then move on to that next.

Remember to go slow. Don’t just ram it in there. Take your time and move gradually.

Do NOT just start jamming it in there like you would with your own hand. Lube if needed and make sure that the area is well moisturized. This will help prevent any tearing of the skin or abrasions, which can greatly increase the chances of getting an STD or infection later on. Once you start penetration, don’t just go at it like a jackhammer. Take it easy at first and then once you get into a rhythm, gradually speed up.

While all this is going on, feel free to stimulate her clit or anywhere else on her body that arouses her. You never know what might turn her on more. As with all things, communication is always key.

Keep that in mind and she’ll love the ride you give her. Once you’ve gone at it for a while, she will hopefully reach climax. When that happens, it’s all about how you react and stay in control.

Most guys at this point start speeding up or just stop completely right when she orgasms; this is a big no-no. You need to keep going no matter what. There are two reasons for this: 1.

She isn’t done yet and 2. You aren’t done yet. That’s right. At this point, it’s just as much, if not more about you. If you stop or slow way down at this point, it ruins your own enjoyment of the experience. Now I’m not saying go at it like a crazy jackrabbit, but you should keep going at a steady pace; unless you’re close to (or already at) climaxing, then go ahead and finish yourself off.

Sources & references used in this article:

Obscene Squirting: If the Government Thinks It’s Urine, Then They’ve Got Another Thing Coming by CM Cusack – Tex. J. Women & L., 2012 – HeinOnline

Bupivacaine’squirting’ by JH Cook – Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1987 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

The venom-squirting ability of Parabuthus scorpions (Arachnida: Buthidae). by G Newlands – South African Journal of Medical Sciences, 1974 – cabdirect.org

A poison-squirting spider. by ER Tinkham – Bulletin of the United States Army Medical …, 1946 – cabdirect.org

Squeezing, Squirting, Spilling Milk: The Lactation of Saint Bernard and the Flemish Madonna Lactans (ca. 1430–1530) by J Sperling – Renaissance Quarterly, 2018 – academia.edu

Units, Jargon, g-forces, and Squirting Blood by M Milanick – The Physics Teacher, 2012 – aapt.scitation.org

Bupivacaine’squirting’ by W Sears, M Sears – 2008 – Little, Brown Spark

Bupivacaine’squirting’ by SK Das, I Williams, MH Lewis – Annals of the Royal College of …, 1987 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov