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Squirting 101: Get all the answers now!

Squirting may seem like just a myth from porn, but hold onto your seats because a Flo expert is here to reveal everything you need to know about this electrifying phenomenon - from what it is to what it FEELS like.

By Nadiia DiiaPublished 9 days ago 5 min read

Are you ready to explore the wild world of squirting? It may be the final frontier of sticky sex, and sadly it's rarely talked about outside of the porn industry. Your health class probably didn't touch on this erotic phenomenon, so let us be your guide! While porn may have exaggerated squirting for dramatic effect, I've got all the juicy details straight from Dr. Brandye Wilson-Manigat, ob-gyn and CEO of Brio Virtual Gynecology. Get ready to dive head first into the fascinating world of squirting - we've got everything you need to know right here!

What exactly is squirting?!

It's when a colorless, odorless fluid is released during sexual activity, and it's not just your average "getting wet." This gushing sensation has been described as a powerful experience that some feel while climaxing, while others just experience it as a result of being highly aroused. You could release 10 ml or more of liquid! And get this: squirting doesn't have to be tied to the type or quality of orgasm. It's totally normal if you've never squirted before or if you don't squirt every time you have sex. The most important thing is that you feel fulfilled and confident in your sexual experiences.

Fact check: Is squirting fluid urine?

Are you ready to learn the truth about female ejaculation? Medical research is just scratching the surface when it comes to squirting, but let me tell you this: it's not just urine. In fact, a study found that women's squirting fluid contains prostate-specific antigens (PSAs) which are produced in the Skene's glands. And speaking of Skene's glands - did you know they're often called the female prostate? Yes, those little ducts next to your urethra are made of the same tissue as your clitoris and release antimicrobial substances to keep you healthy. And guess what - during a recent experiment, blue dye injected into the bladder of female participants ended up in their squirting fluid, indicating that the fluid comes from both the bladder and Skene's glands. So next time you experience this phenomenon, remember that it's a unique mixture of water, uric acid, urea, creatinine, sodium, and something special from your female prostate!

What's squirting like?!

Have you ever wondered what it feels like to squirt during sex? Well, let me tell you, it's different for everyone! Some women experience a mind-blowing release of pleasure, while others may not even feel it happen. But here's the exciting part: research shows that the majority of people who do squirt find it to be a game-changing, enriching addition to their sexual experiences, and over 90% of their partners agree! That said, don't worry if it's just not your thing – you're definitely not alone.

Wait, is this a common thing or is it actually rare?

Are you curious about the mysterious fluid that is sometimes released during sex? Well, let me tell you, it's definitely normal! But just how common is it, you ask? The truth is, we're not entirely sure. The scientific community has struggled to come to a consensus on what exactly this fluid is and where it comes from. However, a recent study found that among women who do experience squirting, it occurs on a regular basis for most of them - a few times a week, in fact!

Now, let's dive into what can cause the release of fluids during sex. It could be vaginal lubrication when aroused, female ejaculate (which differs slightly from squirting), or even coital incontinence (hey, don't feel ashamed - it happens!). With all of these factors in play, it's no wonder that scientific studies haven't been able to clearly delineate between the different types of fluids.

But here's the bottom line: whether squirting is a regular occurrence for you or not, the most important thing is to be comfortable with and understand your own body. So, embrace your unique experiences in the bedroom and don't be afraid to explore new sensations!

Oh wow, is that actually a thing?!

Although it's still a fairly new and limited area of research, there are tons of misconceptions surrounding this amazing phenomenon. One of the most common myths is that it's just pee, but that's simply not true. Dr. Wilson-Manigat has heard plenty of other misconceptions as well, like thinking squirting is the result of a good orgasm or that everyone should try to achieve it. But here's the thing: squirting is not a sign of good sex or a strong orgasm. It doesn't reflect on you or your partner at all. So let's talk about it and help bust some of the stigmas surrounding pleasure and squirting. Get ready for an exciting and enlightening journey!

What's the secret to making it work?

It's a mystery that's yet to be fully unraveled, but one thing's for sure: everyone experiences pleasure in different ways. And let's be real, discovering what turns you on is part of the adventure! But don't get so caught up in trying to squirt that you forget the main goal: enjoying the sex you're having. Want to know more about squirting? Well, when you orgasm, your vaginal, uterine, and anal muscles contract to give you that sweet release of tension. And the same thing might just happen when you squirt! According to Dr. Wilson-Manigat, it's likely a combination of your pelvic floor muscles contracting that causes the fluid to gush out. How wild is that?!

Ever wonder how to make yourself squirt?

Get ready for a mind-blowing fact: squirting during sex has absolutely zero correlation with how great your orgasm is or how amazing the sex is! It's a mystery why some people can squirt and others can't, but let's focus on the positive: it's completely normal either way. And here's the kicker: there might be a chance that more women could experience this exhilarating sensation if they just tried! Dr. Wilson-Manigat recommends inserting your finger(s) into your vagina and using a come-hither motion to stimulate the front wall, but wait, there's more: women have also reported squirting from other body parts! The bottom line is, explore what works for you and have fun doing it. If squirting happens, well, that's the cherry on top of an already amazing experience.

Squirting: The juicy conclusion.

There's still so much to discover about the mysterious world of squirting! As we uncover more information, it's becoming clear that there are a lot of misconceptions out there. But the bottom line is: it's a perfectly normal part of human sexuality! While some people find it pleasurable, it's definitely not the wild, exaggerated thing you might see in porn. And for those who haven't experienced it yet, Dr. Wilson-Manigat has some great advice: don't get too hung up on squirting! There are plenty of ways to have amazing, mind-blowing sex without worrying about hitting that "elusive" target. So kick back, relax, and enjoy the ride!

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