The squirting orgasm, the Holy Grail of all female orgasms.
If you’re a guy who wants to make his lover soak the sheets, this is for you.
Thankfully, squirting is much more than a sexual talent only porn stars have. It happens to real women in real life.
Every woman can ejaculate, just like every man. It’s simply a matter of understanding her body and using the right sequence of sex moves.
FOCUS ON THE G-SPOT
The key to female sexual pleasure is the clitoris. To give a woman a tried-and-true orgasm, focus on her clit. To make a woman squirt, on the other hand, you’ll have to focus on her G-spot.
This hidden trigger can be found on the roof of the vagina, about two inches inside. It’s easy to reach with your fingers or a toy.
You can find her g-spot by inserting two fingers to rub the area on the top of her vagina just past her pubic bone.
The vagina is most sensitive an inch or so from the opening. This is the area you want to rub using a “come here” motion with your fingers. Try using your thumb or tongue to stroke her clit at the same time.
Most women need rapid and intense manipulation of their G-spot in order to squirt.
As a woman gets close to a “G-spot orgasm,” she usually will clench up. This is natural. Another thing: Your partner will feel like she has to pee. A woman has to relax — even push — to become a gusher.
DON’T FALL FOR THE PORN HYPE
All women squirt to a degree, but the squirting scenes in porn are like anything we see on camera – it’s exaggerated and some cases just fake.
Authentic female ejaculation comes in two forms: Some women express a tablespoon of milky white fluid when they climax. If you notice a creaminess during sex this is the female ejaculate.
Other women report squirting a much larger amount of fluid – enough to make it look like they’ve wet the bed.
No, it’s not pee. You didn’t just piss all over your partner if you squirted.
With the right amount of deep stimulation of the G-spot, any woman will squirt. It takes time and practice, as well as pressure against that one spot.