Squirting Orgasm

Updated: DECEMBER 23, 2020
Reviewed by Dr. Sunny Rodgers

A squirting orgasm is a female orgasm involving the squirting or gushing of a tasteless, odorless liquid from the urethra before or during climax. People usually have a squirting orgasm through dual stimulation of the G-spot and clitoris. However, some women can ejaculate through G-spot stimulation alone.

The squirting orgasm is possibly one of the most elusive phenomena in female sexuality. Sexologists and scientists interested in female sexuality have not yet agreed on whether it exists. However, there is ample proof that women can and do squirt or gush liquid during orgasm. It's commonly thought that female ejaculate is liquid from the female prostate or Skene glands with trace amounts of urine. That said, others believe it may be just urine or perhaps something else.

There is some speculation that some women may be able to have a squirting orgasm while others cannot. Scientists suggest the size and shape of the female prostate gland or the female prostate’s ability to produce liquid may determine whether or not women squirt.

Expelling a small amount of milky fluid from the urethra during the climax is very common. This should not be confused with a squirting orgasm. During squirting orgasms, women expel a substantial amount of fluid. In some instances, the fluid from a squirting orgasm may fill a drinking glass.

A squirting orgasm may also be called female ejaculation, gushing, or squirting.

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Anecdotal evidence tells us squirting orgasms are intensely pleasurable. Many people who experience them say they can even be more enjoyable than a regular clitoral orgasm.

There are several techniques to achieve a squirting orgasm. Most of them involve direct stimulation of the G-spot. While some sexologists believe all females have the capacity to squirt, few people experience squirting orgasms. It may take several sessions of G-spot stimulation, coupled with relaxation and breathing techniques, to achieve a squirting orgasm. Once you feel the orgasm approaching, push it out rather than holding it in.

People often feel like they need to urinate before squirting. Worrying about these feelings can derail the orgasm. Instead, women should try to relax and let the orgasm occur. Using the bathroom before sex can help women feel more confident that they do not need to urinate.

Having a loving partner can also increase the chance of having a squirting orgasm. Knowing you are with someone you are comfortable with, even if you accidentally urinate, can help lessen inhibitions.

Using a good lubricant can also make G-spot stimulation more pleasurable and increase the chance of squirting. Good quality commercial lubricants are more effective at lubricating the body than saliva. Making sure you drink water regularly can also assist your natural lubrication.

People who do kegel exercises may be more likely to have squirting orgasms. The vagina uses the same muscles that kegel exercises work out to expel liquid during a squirting orgasm. Strengthening these muscles helps women expel more liquid and have a stronger squirting orgasm. To practice kegel exercises, you need to understand how to contract your kegel muscles. Inserting a finger into your vagina and squeezing the muscles around your finger is an excellent way to do this. You could also try stopping your urination flow. You shouldn’t do this too often though, as it may increase your risk of urinary infections. Once you know how to contract your Kegels, contract them for five to 10 seconds, then relax. Perform 10 to 20 contractions during an exercise session.


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