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Squirting

Does it really matter?

By Oluwatelure Segun Joshua Published 21 days ago 3 min read

Squirting is a phenomenon that has been the subject of curiosity and interest for many people.

Squirting vs. Female Ejaculation: Squirting is often confused with female ejaculation, but they are not the same thing. Female ejaculation refers to the release of a small amount of milky fluid from the paraurethral glands, also known as the Skene's glands. This fluid is different from the fluid released during squirting, which is typically larger in volume and can be clear or slightly yellow.

Squirting is the term used to describe the release of fluid from the urethra or P tube during sexual arousal or orgasm that occurs in certain women. The two-black urethra is the organ responsible for transporting urine from the bladder outside the body. The glands that surround and underlie the urethra are called schemes glands.

In a research conducted a while back in Europe, it was discovered that there were two dominant themes as a groups of women described their feeling about squirting.

The first Group describes squirting as a sexual awakening or exploration; some had actively tried to learn how to squirt by using books or workshops and found partners who were really focused on giving them that experience.

Group B realised that they had actually squirted before but had never really paid attention to it.

While A number of women described this as a sexual awakening that’s makes them feel like they possess some super power, some others feel embarrassed by the mess it creates. It varies from woman to woman how they feel about squirting.

G-Spot Stimulation: The G-spot, or the Grafenberg spot, is an erogenous zone located on the front wall of the vagina. It is an area of sensitive erectile tissue that, when stimulated, can lead to intense sexual pleasure and potentially squirting. G-spot stimulation can be achieved through manual stimulation, oral sex, or the use of sex toys specifically designed for G-spot stimulation.

Techniques for Squirting: While there is no guaranteed method to make someone squirt, there are certain techniques that can potentially enhance the chances. These include using a "come hither" motion with your fingers to stimulate the G-spot, experimenting with different angles and pressures, and incorporating clitoral stimulation for added pleasure.

Emotional and Psychological Factors: The ability to squirt can be influenced by various emotional and psychological factors. Some individuals may find it easier to squirt when they feel a strong emotional connection with their partner, are in a relaxed and comfortable environment, or have a sense of trust and safety. It is important to create a conducive atmosphere that allows for open exploration and pleasure.

Practice and Experimentation: Squirting, like any other sexual experience, can vary from person to person. It may take time, practice, and experimentation to discover what works best for you or your partner. It is important to approach the experience with patience, curiosity, and a willingness to explore and communicate with each other.

Remember, squirting is not a measure of sexual prowess or satisfaction. It is simply one of many ways in which individuals can experience pleasure and sexual release. It's important to prioritize mutual consent, communication, and respect in all sexual encounters. Finding a safe way to explore your sexuality is key, and if you want to play on the edge, whatever works for you.

Trying to replicate what is seen in pornography might just push you overboard and mess us your sexual appetite in such a way that makes it difficult to get actual satisfaction with the conventional ways of sexual enjoyment. It is important to understand your body your partner and how both parties can find a middle ground to make things work for your pleasure and theirs.

Sex is to be enjoyed.



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