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How can I learn to have squirting orgasms?

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Question - (15 March 2010) 7 Answers - (Newest, 16 March 2010)
A female United States age 26-29, anonymous writes:

i been with some of my ex's in the past, and they made me cum but i all ways wanted them to make me squirt, n they try, but i cum instead of squirting, how can i get my self to where i aquirt?

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A female reader, dorothy2342 United States +, writes (16 March 2010):

dorothy2342 agony auntCan a woman ejectulate like a man? Yes.. sort of.. women have what is called a skene's gland.. during arousal this gland can fill with fluid, if the anterior wall of the vagina is stimulated correctly, muscle contractions during and orgasm will cause women to essentially "ejaculate" "squirt" or secrete a clear fluid that is actually made up of fructose and glucose, both forms of sugar.. while it is believed that 54-60% of women can do it, only about 6% actually experience it in a forceful manner on a regular basis & 13% percent of women experience it infrequently. A woman's ejaculate is expelled from the urethra, the same place where urine comes out from. And although studies have found that the clear liquid is not urine at all (the juice is released from the Skene's glands, or urethral sponge), if your girl doesn't have complete control over her PC (pubococcygeus) muscle, there is a chance that she may actually pee all over you until she learns the difference between the sensations.

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A male reader, DoubleM United States +, writes (16 March 2010):

DoubleM agony auntWell, I agree with most other postings thus far, especially that "squirting" is quite rare. But as I have consistently and persistently added before, many (if not most) orgasmic women DO emit at least a small amount of a fluid from the urethra during a good orgasm that is not urine, and it should not be confused with lubricant from the vagina. It is a supposedly (and proven?) female form of semen without the sperm (only men produce sperm).

And, as I've previously noted, it can be tasted as the woman orgasms during cunnilingus, especially when accompanied by a simultaneous G-spot massage. Unfortunately, my observations are based on a few decades of personal experience without chemical analysis, but I know that it was not trickles of urine.

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A female reader, pandabird  +, writes (15 March 2010):

pandabird agony auntI have found the only way I can squirt is by going on all fours, and having my partner stimulate my g spot, usually with fingers, I have found penetration doesn't work as well for some reason... And it did make a hell of a lot of mess, soaked through my duvet and mattress. Not really worth it.

But by all means go forth and try to achieve the elusive squirt :)

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A reader, anonymous, writes (15 March 2010):

I agree with the first reply, but how much research does it take to get a sample of the liquid and look at it in a lab to determine if it is just urine !!?

I agree too with Rhythm.. this whole squirting phenomenon is new and all down to internet porn!

I feel sorry for women who feel like they need to be squirting. When I'm with my partner, she usually has a couple of orgasms when I am penetrating her vaginally (and usually the best orgasms happen when she has had some clitoral stimulation first)

Usually after sex she will be spasming on the bed and unable to talk and move for a few minutes whilst she calms down. That to me seems like she is sexually satisfied. None of that squirting nonsense.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (15 March 2010):

Seriously, why do you want to be able to do that? It's a mess. Porn is responsible for making women feel that they should be able to do this in order to have amazing orgasms.

Not true. Supposedly it is the result of a g-spot orgasm and the fluid ejected is like prostate fluid in a man and it comes out the urethra during orgasm.

I think some women when stimulated this way will have a lot more wetness, but not be able to squirt. I can't, don't care that I don't, don't want to, see no damn point in feeling bad that I can, don't see the reason why I need to be able to do that.

It's dumb really to put those kinds of constraints and expectations on yourself about your body and your own orgasms. Keep trying till you knock yourself out if you want to, but I think you can achieve other goals outside of the bedroom that will make you more proud and matter to your life in more significant ways than this particular goal of yours.

Cheers.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (15 March 2010):

While I agree with the first post, I think that it is also individual. I think some people can do it naturally and others just can't. Like the way some people are double jointed, for example. But do rescearch it more and see if there is a way that you can learn to do it. I just never really thought there was.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (15 March 2010):

Squirting(or jetting) is a highly debated topic, and has been so for years and years. How orgasms and squirting occur, and if they are related or if squirting is related more or less to incontinence during sex is still unknown. If one person or doctor says they know exactly how it works, another person will debate it, thinking or saying they know it exists by a different means. To help understand the confusion involved with what should be a simple answer, wikipedia squirting and research it as much as possible. Hopefully you'll tap into how to make it happen, meanwhile. I know it seems like something that should have been figured out completely by now, but tests and studies on individuals have turned up only more and more debate. Some say it's urine, some say it's mostly urine, and some say it's predominantly similar properties to those in male ejaculation. Each test case seems to contradict the other, making it very complicated. Good luck with this..I wish anyone knew the answer, for sure, but so far, the only thing consistent through research seems to be the fact that a certain percent of females can squirt, while others seem not to eject fluid. I tried to answer this in as proper a way as possible, which is why I referred you to the details such as wikipedia, which explain the facts and debate in depth.

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