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How To Make Yourself Squirt? Comprehensive and Easy-to-Follow Squirting Guide

How To Make Yourself Squirt

How To Make Yourself Squirting Orgasm

To be fair, squirt doesn't come naturally for most women, only 5% of the population have it naturally. But the good news it is possible to learn how to make yourself squirt during self-pleasure or sex.

What Is a Squirting Orgasm?

Squirting refers to fluid expelled from the vagina during orgasm. Not all women squirt during orgasm, and those who do may only do it some of the time. This type of orgasm includes a rapid ejection of urine, along with other fluids, from the bladder.

What Does Squirting Feel Like?

Like any sexual interaction, no two different women will experience squirting in quite the same way. Many women say that it's a deep sense of release that's different from any other orgasm. Some report that it's more intense than a clitoral orgasm, while others say it's less intense.

Researchers found that about 80% of women who experiance squirting, said that it made their sexual lives more satisfactory.

Does squirting produce urine?

The fluid that is released during squirting passes through the urethra and therefore may actually contain urine. But squirt secretion is produced in the Skene glands, located on the front wall of the vagina. “Traces of urine are a natural component of squirting and should not interfere with your experiments!”

What does “female ejaculate” look like? Does it smell and taste?

The secretion of Skene's glands is milky in colour. It contains proteins similar to those found in male seminal fluid - except the sperm. Two studies conducted in 2013 and 2014 found that a woman who squirts can release between 0.1 and 5.7 ounces of fluid at a time (about three to 162 grams).

The secret has a sweetish-sweet taste. It has no noticeable odour. While the fluid you release when you squirt is chemically similar to urine, its makeup isn't the same. Researchers found that the fluid of female ejaculate looks, tastes, and smells different from urine.

Guide How To Make Yourself Squirting Orgasm

Prepare yourself.
The main idea of getting an orgasmic experiance is that your body must be relaxed and ready for clear signals from the mind to the vagina.

Turn off your phone, take a hot shower, turn on classical or meditation music, and if you know how start breathing deep meditation; if not, concentrate on breathing slowly and regularly to make peace of mind first.
Use Arousal lube
Using arousal lube can be a game-changer for your squirting practice.
Warm-up erogenous areas
It always takes time (at least 20 to 30 minutes), don't be in a rush and start the initial massage around the vagina to warm up and bring blood. Massage and stimulait pubis, then move to outer labia, and next inner labia.
Don't be monotone; always move from one sensitive zone to another. Time on time, you need to change speed, rhythm, movements, and pressure.
When you feel ready, move to the hood of clit, and then start slowly stimulating clit.
After clit start to stimulate the G-spot. To find it insert your middle or ring finger inside the vagina and rub your G-spot, which feels like a small ridged area along the front of your vaginal wall.
Skene glands
Try to join on skene glands; they are situated around the urethra and G-spot. They increase in size during the excitement and release a relatively large secretion. That is why this kind of female orgasm is called jet orgasm.

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Sex Toys
It is unnecessary, but you can use curved toys or toys you like or need for better results.
Control your pelvic floor muscles
This may seem a little strange at first because our body's natural response to pleasure is to contract. As the sensation of pressure starts to feel like you have to pee—that’s the time to use your pelvic floor muscles... as if you are pushing out the pee.
Don't stress about peeing
Many women feel like they'll pee when they're close to it. But that feeling is often sparked by that fluid coming from the Skene's glands. Don't be shy to use this in the right moment.
Try to relax at the right moment
When you feel an orgasm building, don't tense up; it hinders both orgasmic sensation and squirting.

Letting your body relax while having some tension and flexing the pelvic floor muscles will aid you in achieving your goal.
Don't be upset if it doesn't pan out
If you don't succeed the first time—or even after multiple attempts—your body's natural impulse is to keep anything out of the urethra while you get busy. Just relax and enjoy the experiance; if it happens, it happens next time.

Myths About Squirting Orgasms

Myth: Squirting is fake.
Squirting is real. Studies show that anywhere from 10% to 54% of women have experienced it. However, more research is needed to determine the exact causes of squirting and female ejaculation.

Myth: Squirting is pee.
Researchers disagree on what the fluid released during squirting is. Some small studies have found that it comes from the bladder and has some urine. But in some cases, it can also have high levels of glucose and prostate-specific antigens (PSAs), which come from the Skene's glands. People who have experienced squirting also say that the fluid doesn't look, smell, or taste like urine. It's safe to say that it's similar to pee but not the same.

Myth: Everyone can squirt if they try the same method.
Each person's experience with squirting is different. While some methods can make people squirt more than others, no way makes every person with a vagina squirt. This is because each vagina is different. As mentioned, some vaginas lack the Skene's glands, which are thought to create the fluid released during ejaculation in people who have vulvas.

Myth: Squirting orgasms are always high volume.
Squirting isn't always a high-volume event that soaks the sheets. Sometimes, it is a small trickle or a stream of fluid.

The depiction of women squirting in porn movies often shows large gushes of liquid. Porn producers fake some of these depictions for dramatic effect. All volumes and forms of squirting are valid. Squirting at different books is an everyday occurrence during sex for many people.

Myth: Squirting or ejaculation only happens during orgasm.
Some people can squirt or ejaculate before or after an orgasm. Squirting can also happen at the same time as an orgasm. Some people also have multiple spurts of squirting spread over a few minutes.