Picture it: A sex-starved woman (me) meets cute, younger guy online. We have what can only be described as a two-hour sex marathon during which he managed to make me squirt at least a half-dozen times. He was so proud of his ability to make my body expel copious amounts of mystery fluid that he did it over and over again.
As the one on the receiving end of this experience, I did not have the heart to tell him that it was in no way orgasmic. I kept thinking, “Here we go again.” Then, he’d work my body in such a way that it produced copious amounts of fluid. It felt quite literally like my body was involuntarily urinating which, for me, did not feel the least bit erotic or sexy. Every single time it would happen I was shocked at the sheer amount of fluid that came out.
Where was it coming from? Shouldn't I have run out of fluid by now? Please, can I run out of fluid now?
My partner was just proud as a peacock and I didn’t want to interrupt the mood and burst his bubble. Plus, I found pleasure in the fact that he clearly got off on making me squirt; and so it went. For hours.
Besides the squirting, the actual sex was fantastic! On the dining room table, on the bed, in the kitchen, back to the bed - it was a much-needed physical romp with a great guy. But holy hell. The squirting was literally just that. When it was actually happening, all I could think was, “What the utter fuck is that?” The sensation, for me, wasn't orgasmic - tt was just messy and really, really wet. Fluid in amounts so voluminous that I had to change my sheets and my mattress cover and put towels down around the bed. As a single mother of two, I did not need any more laundry to do!
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Squirting Isn't for Everyone
I can squirt, but the experience just isn't for me. I do not find it pleasurable or erotic. And you know what? I'm OK with that. I tried something new, exciting, and different with a cute and great guy that I trusted. Now I can now check it off of my list of sexual things to try. Been there, done that. Onto the next ...