A phenomenon unique to the female orgasm is called “Squirting”.
This squirting is a phenomenon similar to male ejaculation, and when a woman is squirting during sex, the atmosphere is instantly enlivened and the woman’s sexual confidence is boosted.
This squirting is considered to be a symbol of a woman’s climax, and many women would love to squirt.
However, there are many unanswered questions about Squirting, and Squirting can occur independently of orgasm to begin with.
Squirting also comes with a lot of misconceptions.
For example, you may be under the impression that squirting is pee, but in fact, most of the time it’s not, and is basically colorless and odorless.
Even so, it’s a nuisance that if you squirt too vigorously and in large quantities, it can stain your bed and furniture, making cleanup a challenge.
Squirting is also susceptible to constitutional influences, so it’s not uncommon for squirting to be impossible.
In this article, we will learn more about the mysterious Squirting in terms of its characteristics, advantages and disadvantages.
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What is Squirting?
Squirting (Female Ejaculation) is a phenomenon that occurs when a woman feels sexually aroused by a jet of fluid ejecting from her genitals.
In particular, squirting can occur when a woman reaches the orgasm with her G-spot and is therefore associated with the image of a woman’s climax.
Squirting can be seen in close ups in pornography, and men love squirting.
The details of why it happens are still shrouded in mystery, but the theory that it involves an organ called “Skene’s gland” seems to be the most plausible at the moment.
Previously, the common theory was that Squirting was “urinary incontinence”.
In other words, women can pee when the orgasm is approached. In fact, women feel like they have to pee when the G-spot is stimulated, so the theory of urinary incontinence has been around for quite some time, and many people still have the impression that Squirting is pee.
In fact, however, it is now believed that the fluid ejected by Squirting is often quite different from urine.
More on this later, but squirting is essentially colorless and odorless because the secretion comes from Skene’s gland.
Also, Squirting is often thought of as being associated with female orgasm, but it is not actually “Squirting=orgasm”.
It is true that you are often climaxing when you are Squirting, but you can still be Squirting even if you are not feeling orgasm.
In other words, Squirting is quite different from male ejaculation, and it is not always pleasant; the sensation of Squirting varies from person to person, but it can be rather unpleasant.
As you can see, there are a lot of misconceptions about this Squirting, so let’s dig deeper to learn more about it in the future.
Similar to male ejaculation
Squirting, also known as “Female Ejaculation” in English, is actually very different from male ejaculation in some respects.
Squirting is the same as ejaculation in that it causes a gush of fluid when the orgasm is reached, and in fact the mechanism is rather similar.
Currently it is common. This Skene’s gland has recently been referred to as the “female prostate”.
The prostate is indeed the main organ of male ejaculation and is responsible for the secretion of a secretion called prostatic fluid.
In fact, the majority of semen is prostate fluid, which is responsible for the distinctive smell of semen.
The female prostate, or Skene’s gland, produces a similar secretion to the prostatic fluid.
When sexual arousal is increased, mainly by stimulation of the G-spot, the Skene’s gland discharges this prostatic fluid.
In some cases, it can be ejected with such vigor that the very word “effusion” is a good description of it, as well as semen.
In this respect, squirting and ejaculation are very similar.
However, whereas male ejaculation is a response to the orgasm itself, Squirting is merely a secondary phenomenon.
In the first place, when a woman reaches orgasm, she is not necessarily squirting. Furthermore, while ejaculation is accompanied by a “refractory period” (sage time) because it is an orgasm response, squirting has no such thing.
Incidentally, the refractory period is the time it takes to stop responding to sexual stimuli, which in men is often more than an hour.
Women also have a refractory period in the clitoral orgasm, but it is shorter, only a few minutes.
Another major difference between Squirting and Ejaculation is that Squirting does not occur in all women, whereas ejaculation can occur in basically any man.
According to some studies, one-half to two-thirds of women have Skene’s gland, but the rest of the women do not have it.
The reason for this is not entirely clear, but at least we can assume that Skene’s gland is unnecessary for life.
Women without Skene’s gland, on the other hand, are “basically” incapable of squirting. I’ll explain this point again at the end.
Not completely scientifically understood
Despite this overview of squirting, much is still unknown, and the mechanisms now commonly described are only hypotheses based on fragmentary data.
In particular, the “G-spot” or “Skene’s gland” itself, which is said to have a profound effect on squirting, is still a mysterious organ, and squirting is mainly caused by stimulation of the G-spot, especially when the G-spot reaches the orgasm.
The identity of the spot is not well known.
Some people believe that there is currently a stand-alone sexual zone called the G-spot, while others believe that the G-spot is just the clitoral sexual zone.
Either way, the fact remains that the G-spot is a complex structure surrounded by the clitoris, urethra, and vagina.
As mentioned earlier, it is still unclear why Skene’s gland exists in the first place and not in some women, etc.
Further complicating matters is the fact that there are two types of squirting itself.
I explained earlier that squirting is not urinary incontinence, but rather is caused by secretions in Skene’s gland.
We know that this is highly probable at this time. However, it seems that it may indeed be of bladder origin.
However, “bladder-derived” here means “diluted urine,” which is different from the urine you normally produce in the toilet.
It’s not at all clear why urine is diluted, but anyway, the urine discharged from bladder-derived Squirting seems to be diluted to be quite close to colorless and odorless.
It’s hard to know what’s going on here, isn’t it?
In any case, the important point is that there are two types of Squirting: “from Skene’s gland” and “from the bladder”.
What happens when Squirting happens?
Squirting in women is a very mysterious phenomenon; not only what it is, but also how it occurs is still shrouded in secrecy.
But what is certain is that squirting does not have any negative effects on the body; you don’t have to worry that squirting will damage your genitals or that squirting is caused by something wrong with your body.
Not. However, Squirting may be accompanied by a kind of discomfort.
Squirting is more likely to occur when the G-spot is stimulated, and at this time most women feel a kind of urge to urinate.
This urge to urinate is tricky and can be quite uncomfortable in some cases because it’s hard to tell if it’s real or not.
No one wants to pee on anything but the toilet.
If you put up with this urine-like sensation as best you can, neither orgasm nor squirting may visit you.
On the other hand, if you don’t have to endure the urge to urinate, you can often achieve squirting.
However, Squirting is not always pleasant, because it is not in and of itself an orgasm.
This is because, unlike ejaculation, which is itself a response to orgasm, women are a different physiological phenomenon from orgasm.
Of course, it can also be liberating and pleasurable, like releasing all the urine you’ve been holding back at once, as is commonly believed.
On the other hand, there are times when there is not much pleasure, and you may not even feel the sensation of squirting.
These differences in the way squirting is felt can be attributed to the type of squirting mentioned above.
Perhaps if the Squirting is of bladder origin, you may get a strong sense of release.
This is because what is coming out then is a mixture of real pee, and the urge to urinate that you’ve worked so hard to endure is because of the pee.
On the other hand, if it’s from Skene’s gland, the amount is so small that you won’t even feel like you’re squirting.
As we’ll discuss later, drinking a lot of water before filming Squirting stuff is common in the porn industry, and this is exactly what Squirting from the bladder can induce.
When I say this, you may think that squirting is embarrassing, or that squirting is absolutely disgusting.
If you don’t want to do bladder-derived squirting during sex, there is a simple way to prevent it.
Do the exact opposite of what porn stars do. That is, try to drink a little less water before sex, and make sure that all of your urine is drained in the toilet before the act.
This will prevent bladder squirting, although dynamic squirting is difficult to achieve for a man’s pleasure.
At least you won’t have to worry about peeing during sex, which can interfere with your pleasure, regardless of squirting, and if you find yourself worrying about urinating during sex, try this technique.
Not necessarily feeling orgasm
Squirting is not necessarily a phenomenon brought about by orgasm, although this is something that men in particular should be aware of.
In other words, just because a woman is Squirting does not mean that she feels good.
Furthermore, Squirting is not accompanied by pleasure.
As mentioned above, squirting can even be accompanied by discomfort. In other words, Squirting is not associated with pleasure, but rather with something entirely separate.
This understanding is especially important in sex, because men do not associate Squirting with pleasure.
This is because men associate Squirting with orgasm and think that Squirting is a pleasant thing.
Due to the influence of pornography, which focuses too much on Squirting, men love Squirting anyway, and many of them want women to do it for them.
As a result, men often try to get women to squirt, either by vigorously caressing the G-spot or poking it with their penises. However, such stimulation is only painful, so it is necessary for men to have a proper understanding of squirting.
The Benefits of Squirting in Sex
Squirting is shrouded in mystery, but it is also a phenomenon that has a strong impact anyway.
That’s why Squirting is especially important in sex and could change the sex of couples in a big way.
Since we’re going to squirting, it’s better to have as much benefit as possible. Squirting by a woman during sex has two main benefits
- It gives a man more sexual confidence
- Sex is enlivened
Regardless of the actuality of the situation, it is a pleasure for a woman to be squirting because for a man, Squirting=orgasm.
A woman’s orgasm can tickle his self-esteem because it gives a man confidence.
Squirting during sex thus increases the excitement of both parties and makes sex more exciting. Let’s take a look at the benefits of each.
Men gain confidence
Squirting by a woman gives a man a boost of sexual confidence anyway.
This is because for a man, having a woman squirting means that he has reached orgasm.
If a woman has actually reached orgasm, it’s a fitting thing for a man to rejoice.
Even if the woman has not actually reached orgasm, the man does not know that she has.
In other words, when he sees a woman squirting, he can recognize that he has managed to make his partner come.
Why do men see Squirting as a female orgasm in the first place?
Of course there is the influence of pornography, but there is an even bigger reason.
It’s because female orgasm is not clearly marked.
While male orgasm is accompanied by the obvious phenomenon of ejaculation, there are no particular external signs that can be seen when a woman reaches climax.
Squirting is a visible resemblance to ejaculation, so it is likely to be an easily recognizable marker of orgasm for men.
Men enjoy being able to make a woman come, because it boosts a man’s self-esteem.
For men, sexual prowess is a very important factor, and there is a complex psychology at work, as sex can reaffirm that they are a man.
Therefore, when you can lead a woman to orgasm through sex, you feel more confident as a man.
If you want to make him feel more confident, Squirting is the way to go. As a result, your man’s arousal will increase and sex will be more exciting than usual.
Squirting makes sex a lot more exciting
Sex is greatly enhanced when a woman is Squirting.
This is because female Squirting is a sign of orgasm for a man, and so his confidence is boosted.
Of course, as mentioned earlier, Squirting does not mean that a woman is getting pleasure from it.
But in this case, regardless of whether the woman is really feeling it or not, the point is something else: Squirting can be a great weapon as a means of pleasing a man anyway.
The level of excitement and satisfaction of sex is very much dependent on one’s state of mind, and Squirting can greatly change the atmosphere of sex.
For example, even if he is usually unassuming, Squirting might make him feel horny and excited and make him have intense sex with you.
Even if a couple has been in a bit of a rut lately, Squirting can make a big difference in their sex life.
Sex rutting is caused by less stimulation.
Squirting is not voluntary, but if the G-spot is successfully stimulated, squirting may be triggered in conjunction with orgasm.
The G-spot attack itself is a new stimulus for both parties, and if you can reach a climax with it, it will further increase your arousal, so it’s a true two birds with one stone.
Disadvantages of Squirting During Sex
Squirting by a woman during sex can make sex a lot more exciting, anyway, because of the stimulating effect it has on the performance.
It can help to burn up a man’s sexual confidence, which may lead to more intense sex than usual.
However, Squirting has not only pleasurable advantages, but also disadvantages such as the following two.
- It’s a hassle to clean up when it spurts out in large quantities
- Men can be put off
How much fluid is emitted by Squirting depends very much on the type of Squirting mentioned above and how you are feeling at the time.
Sometimes it can be just a little bit of discharge, and other times it can be a vigorous gush, just like an ejaculation.
However, if a large amount comes out, it’s a hassle to clean up as it splatters around and depending on his personality, he may be attracted to it.
Cleaning up is a pain in the ass
One of the major disadvantages of Squirting is the hassle of cleaning up afterwards.
This is because in some cases, the Squirting can spew out a significant amount of liquid, which can splash around.
The Skene’s gland, which is thought to cause squirting, is smaller than the prostate and produces less fluid than the prostate.
In the case of squirting from Skene’s gland, the amount of fluid expelled is only a few milliliters, and no more than 100 milliliters are expelled.
However, with bladder-derived squirting, the situation is completely different and can easily exceed 100 milliliters, squirting more than a cup (200 milliliters).
Squirting can easily exceed 100 milliliters, a cupful (200 milliliters) or more, and the bed will of course get soaked, and it may even splatter onto the surrounding furniture, making it very difficult to clean up afterwards.
Especially since the bed is also where you’ll be sleeping later, and the type of Squirting that spews out in large amounts may contain more than a little urine, so you may be concerned about it.
To make this messy cleanup a little easier, it’s important to put a bath towel or other large towel on the bed.
Thin sheets and other sheets are completely useless, so you will need something thicker that can absorb a certain amount of moisture.
Two or three bath towels stacked on top of each other and spread over a large area of the bed will prevent Squirting from penetrating the bed and sheets.
If you want to prevent this kind of massive squirting in the first place, you can prevent squirting from getting the bed soaked if you go to the bathroom to drain your urine before sex, as mentioned earlier.
It can be off-putting for some men
Basically, men love Squirting, but not all men are the same.
Some men don’t like Squirting, or they may be surprised by it due to their lack of knowledge.
Especially if the squirting is violent, with large gouts of liquid, a man may be put off by it.
If a man doesn’t like squirting, it is mostly because of the image of squirting.
As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, many people still believe that Squirting causes pee to spew out.
In fact, pee can be mixed with it, but it is basically diluted so that it is nearly colorless and odorless.
However, since it is extremely rare that people know those details, men may think they have peed on it.
Especially if it’s a man’s room, they may be very concerned about squirting all over their surroundings.
Note that men who are germaphobic may not like Squirting, especially if they are germaphobic.
For men who don’t even like cunnilingus, Squirting can be quite shocking.
Many men don’t even know what Squirting is, to begin with.
You will be surprised at first when you squirt profusely during sex with such a man.
You may not understand what it is, and you may even pull back.
As for how a man responds to squirting, it is difficult to predict because it depends on his personality and compatibility.
But basically, men love squirting and are happy to be squirted, so there’s no need to worry too much about it.
Frequently Asked Questions about Squirting
Squirting is very effective as a sex stunt, and if done well, it pleases him and greatly enhances the sex.
However, there is still a lot of mystery surrounding Squirting, so it is unclear what exactly is the mechanism of Squirting and how to stimulate the sexual zones to Squirting.
Because of this, there are many questions about squirting, and here are three of the most common questions about squirting:
- Is there a relationship between your experience in childbirth and other factors?
- What causes it not to squirt like a fountain?
- Reasons why you can’t squirt
In fact, there have been cases of women who were previously unable to squirt, but suddenly became able to squirt after giving birth.
Again, the cause is unknown, but it is likely to be due to the various changes that childbirth causes to the genitals.
Also, squirting doesn’t always erupt like a fountain, and sometimes you just can’t squirt. Let’s take a closer look at some of the countermeasures that are worth considering in those cases.
Relationship with Childbirth Experience
People who have rarely squirted before can now squirt at birth, and not only squirting, but the feeling itself changes after the birth, making it easier to get orgasm on the G-spot and squirt along with it.
Various changes may come with the birth, such as Although it is a mysterious phenomenon, there are several possible causes.
For example, the position of the uterus may change, the vagina may become softer, there may be improved blood circulation in the pelvis, increased muscle flexibility, and many other possibilities.
However, these are just speculations and have not been scientifically tested.
It could also be that the physical compatibility of a man and woman is also important, as they may have simply changed partners from before.
Either way, Squirting is a very complex phenomenon.
It’s not like a fountain
Squirting may conjure up images of vigorous gushes of liquid, exactly like squirting of a whale or male ejaculation.
However, this kind of squirting is also quite rare on the whole. To begin with, male ejaculation is not always a vigorous gush, and for some people it may just drip a little.
The same is true in women, where the squirting is actually more of a gentle ooze.
In fact, this is the type of squirting that comes from Skene’s gland, so it is squirting in the true sense of the word.
Squirting from Skene’s gland does not spurt out like a fountain in most cases, so you often don’t have the sensation or pleasure of squirting in the first place.
More often than not, you’ll find yourself squirting …….
The type of squirting that comes out like a fountain is often of bladder origin, so it feels like a strong urge to urinate.
Because of these differences in squirting, these types of squirting are not always the same.
I just can’t squirt
Unfortunately, not all women can do squirting with certainty; whether or not they can squirt depends largely on their individual constitution, and sometimes they just can’t.
Skene’s gland-derived Squirting requires Skene’s gland, but as mentioned earlier, Skene’s gland is not an organ that everyone has.
Therefore, if a woman does not have Skene’s gland, this type of squirting is not possible in any way.
Also, even if a person has the constitution to be able to squirting, it may not be possible to squirt, depending on the chemistry between the person and the person and his or her physical condition at the time.
As long as the mechanism of squirting itself is not yet understood, it is better to think that it depends on the atmosphere and luck.
Nevertheless, there are times when you want to experience the sensation of squirting, or you want to please him, or you just want to squirt for whatever reason.
Maybe you can squirting if the squirting is of bladder origin and not Skene’s gland.
It’s the same technique as the one I mentioned earlier in the porn industry, but you drink a lot of water before having sex.
When filming so-called squirting porn, the actresses do this beforehand to make it easier for them to induce squirting.
The technique of drinking a lot of water beforehand is not always effective and you have to be careful not to upset your stomach.
However, if it is successful, the effect is enormous and the Squirting that occurs with this method should basically be of the type that erupts in large quantities.
Therefore, if you must squirting, you should try it.
However, the squirting emitted by this method is basically “diluted urine,” so it’s not recommended if you’re concerned about your hygiene; squirting is a very mysterious phenomenon, but once you understand how it works, it’s easier to control to some extent, and you can increase your success rate. You might be able to.
Female ejaculation is perfectly normal, yet people do not discuss it very often. According to the International Society for Sexual Medicine, different estimates suggest that between 10 and 50 percent of women ejaculate during sex.
Some experts believe that all women experience ejaculation, but that many do not notice. It is possible that they are not aware of it because the fluid can flow backward into the bladder rather than leaving the body.
In an older study that involved 233 women, 14 percent of participants reported that they ejaculated with all or most orgasms, while 54 percent said that they had experienced it at least once.
In this article, we have discussed the mysterious phenomenon of squirting in terms of its characteristics, advantages and disadvantages.
Squirting is a largely unexplored phenomenon, but it is a technique that many men love and that their partners appreciate when they squirt during sex.
Squirting is a symbol of female orgasm for men, so squirting during sex can help boost your partner’s sexual confidence.
This will increase arousal on his part, which should lead to more intense and hot sex.
However, squirting is not always caused by orgasm and can occur independently of orgasm.
You may also feel a strong urge to urinate, and squirting is not necessarily a pleasurable phenomenon.
Another disadvantage of Squirting is that large gushes can be difficult to clean up after, and in some cases, he may be drawn to you. However, it is a great way to direct sex because most of the time, men are happy with it.
It is also extremely important to note that there are two types of Squirting.
Squirting in the original sense of the word is the secretion coming out of Skene’s gland, but it can also be a gush of diluted urine.
In both cases, unlike urine, it is most often colorless and nearly odorless.
Also, bladder-derived urine is far more vigorous and voluminous, and may be controlled to some extent with proactive measures.
If you are unable to squirt, drinking a lot of water before sex may help you squirt more easily, which will help you squirt successfully and make sex with him more exciting.