How to squirt: Can you do it or is it a mysterious sexual skill for the gifted few?

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How to squirt: Can you do it or is it a mysterious sexual skill for the gifted few?

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Squirting has been having a major moment. For some reason it's seen as this super sexy thing that women can do. It's like the female equivalent to male ejaculation because it happens for some ladies while orgasming. Can you actually learn how to squirt though?

What is it?

Basically everything about squirting has been debated down to the substance itself. A study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine claimed that the majority of the liquid is actually urine. Squirting just got a whole less sexy didn't it? It's not a bad idea to go to the bathroom before attempting to squirt just in case.

The other theory is that the Skene's gland, which is behind your G-spot is responsible for squirting. The scientific jury can't seem to make up its mind on this one.

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“Some studies show it is real, others show it is not," Dr. Ronald D. Blatt, Chief Surgeon of the Manhattan Center for Vaginal Surgery and Medical Director of the Manhattan Centers for Women’s Health previously told Babe. Dr. Blatt explained that he thought both theories were partially right. "It is a very diluted urine mixed with fluid from Skene's glands at the end of the urethral opening,” he said.

Can everyone do it?

A lot of women can squirt to varying degrees with or without orgasming. Some say it happens occasionally and just a little comes out. Others have revealed that it's more of a "gushing" situation and can be pretty intense. The process of learning to squirt can get so frustrating that one woman who documented her experience literally just gave up.

How to squirt?

If you want to try and learn to squirt, the number one thing is relaxing. That can be tricky during sex or masturbation because your natural inclination is to tense up. Squirting is all about being loose and "bearing down" on the lower half of your body.

It's more complicated than just getting off so don't race toward that climatic finish line. You're going to want to concentrate on your G-spot so get yourself turned on and ready to go.

Once you're feeling a little hot and bothered, start stimulating your G-spot. Your lady bits will fill with blood as you get aroused, which will make your labia and G-spot larger. If you feel like you're about to pee, then you're actually on the right track. This is when you should remain relaxed, but try to "bear down" to make yourself squirt. Be patient with yourself because it might not happen right away.

If you're trying with a partner, then doggy or cowgirl are you best positions. They're more likely to hit your G-spot and get you squirting.

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