You may have heard of female ejaculation, then again you may not have. You may believe it’s real, or think it’s a figment of someone’s overzealous imagination. Fortunately, despite your personal beliefs, female ejaculation is real and possibly coming with a woman near you.
Female ejaculation, also known as “squirting” or “gushing” is not, we repeat not urine. It is actually near the exact (minus the sperm) chemical construction as prostatic fluid.
You may be thinking, “But women don’t have prostates!” Not true. Only a couple of years ago the medical establishment admitted the existence of the female prostate. The G-spot is the main ingredient in female ejaculation and it’s no coincidence that the female G-spot is in practically exactly the same spot (albeit on a different wall) as the male prostate.
Men are often very proud when they are the catalyst for a “squirt” orgasm in their partner. This is because it takes a certain touch to procure these special ejaculatory functions. A female orgasm may be totally separate to her ejaculating — they are not necessarily one and the same, and can be experienced at different times. A woman may have always been able to do it, but other women may deliberately learn how to do it, either on their own or with a partner.
If you want to get a squirt out of your lover, you will need to know the precise method. Here’s how to achieve the elusive female ejaculation:
Important note: Not every woman can easily ejaculate, so don’t be disheartened if it doesn’t work as you expect. In saying this, every woman has the biological anatomy to ejaculate — so it is possible, in theory. It may be more difficult for some because of her physical makeup: weak pelvic floor muscles, inability to properly relax, etc. It takes practice to perfect this trick and learn how to relax properly and go with the flow, so to speak. It is also not a bad idea for your girl to practice this on her own — then she can get the gist of it without feeling shy about the whole pee thing.
Before you start
She needs to empty her bladder before you start so she can rest assured anything that happens won’t be urine.
Turn her on
Do this how you will, but make sure that every cell in her body is hot. It is important that she is very turned on, or this probably won’t work.
Find her G-spot
You can do this by feeling the front inside wall of her vagina with a lubed finger or two, about one finger length up. The G-spot has a different texture from the rest of the vaginal muscles, and may feel rough or raised. It is easier to feel when she is aroused because it swells with fluid and blood.
Touch her G-spot
Focus on the front wall of the vagina, and explore it with lubed fingers. Push on her G-spot and see how it feels to her. It may feel like she needs to urinate when you push on it, but as long as her bladder is empty, she can rest assured that this won’t happen, and that what she is feeling is normal — go with it, don’t try to stop it.
Introduce a toy or keep using fingers
The next step is to try to induce the female ejaculation. This consists of keeping her aroused, and firmly stimulating her G-spot with either your fingers or a firm toy with a curved end, whatever she prefers, until she feels like she is ready. You can use your penis, but it’s probably a good idea to practice where you can a) see and feel precisely what you are doing and; b) use something direct and firm to keep the pressure even, and you and her both in control.
She will probably feel the desire to urinate, but if she keeps this feeling alive and keeps going, it will eventually turn into a very intense sexual feeling. Once she’s at this point, she is ready to ejaculate. Whatever happens, she needs to keep herself open and relaxed and let it flow. It may help her to push with her PC muscles (pelvic floor) if she feels it coming on but nothing seems to be happening — this will push it out. Keep stimulating her, and keep communicating about how it feels.
During female ejaculation
Once she starts to ejaculate, a clear fluid will squirt or sprinkle out of her urethra. It can be quite a lot (about ¼ cup sometimes), so it may be a good idea to keep a towel handy, or put one underneath her if this is a concern. If mess is a real bother, try doing it in the bathroom or prepare your surface properly.
Love it or hate it, after all this experimenting you both would have learned a lot. Female ejaculation is not the easiest thing in the world to achieve, but once the pee phobia has been averted it can be a very enjoyable experience. It may not be something you want to do regularly, but may be put in the “special occasion” treasure chest.