You just need a urethra. Your urethra is a tube that allows urine to pass out of the body. Ejaculation occurs when fluid — not necessarily urine — is expelled from your urethral opening during sexual arousal or orgasm. Surprisingly so! Although the exact numbers are difficult to nail down, small studies and surveys have helped researchers get a sense of just how diverse female ejaculation can be. About 33 people 14 percent said that they experienced ejaculation with all or most orgasms. The most recent cross-sectional study on female ejaculation followed women age 18 to 39 from to
How to Make a Woman Squirt
What Is Squirting (Some Confuse It With Peeing!)
Ahh squirting. Isn't it just one of those wacky old myths like centaurs or unicorns? Well, no, actually. Female ejaculation is a legit real thing, and not as elusive and mysterious as people like to make out. Here's how to make a woman or person with a vagina squirt, or how to make yourself squirt if you are the vagina beholder. And just an N. Anne-Charlotte Desruelle, sex educator and Soft Paris co-founder, gives her step-by-step squirt guide. Gently and slowly stimulate the G-spot. Then, stimulate your G-spot with your fingers or a G-spot vibrator that has the perfect angle to intuitively reach your G-spot. Using a G-spot vibrator makes the area easier to reach, and stimulate.
Why is female squirting so hot anyway? Most guys wouldn't want a woman peeing on them, but yet many search for the secret of how to make a woman squirt. While she may feel embarrassed that she's this excited, a major ego boost for you! She often screams when she orgasms, which is like music to a guy's ears. That's why we've put together a beginner's guide on how to make a woman squirt. First of all, don't subject your woman to any hard pressure to squirt. Be patient and concentrate on stimulating her mind, along with her lady parts.
The first time I saw squirting, I didn't really know what I was looking at. The squirter was named Cytherea, an adult actress who had become synonymous with an ability to ejaculate large volumes of fluid—that was supposedly not pee—during sex acts. So rare was this talent that a interview with Adult Video News described her as having a "one-of-a-kind sexual gift. Within months, scores of other adult performers were suddenly able to squirt prodigiously, forcefully, and seemingly on cue. And before too long, I had a date with a woman who requested that we put a towel or two down on my bed before things got underway. Her self-description seemed to back up the idea that there were a small minority of women who ejaculated and the overwhelming majority who didn't. But then a few instructional videos started floating around online. They all seemed to suggest that it was something you could learn how to do, and soon, women I dated expressed curiosity in experiencing it first hand. This set me on a path to figuring out how to help open the flood gates—but first, I had to see what science had to say about this phenomenon.