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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Squirting—But Should
My discreet newsletter will teach you how to give any woman back-arching, spine-tingling, screaming orgasms. Click here to get it. Before we jump, I want to quickly cover the groundwork that will make it far easier for you to make her squirt on a regular basis. If you are interested in seeing these steps demonstrated, you can check them out here. You can skip straight to the techniques by clicking here , but I strongly advise you to read this Squirting Guide from start to finish if you want to become a true squirting master. Some people confuse squirting with pee, and feeling like she is going to pee makes many women feel uncomfortable. Not only is comfort vital to make a girl squirt, but if she thinks she might pee, your partner might tense her muscles and activity prevent herself from squirting. Unlike peeing, squirting is an involuntary reaction to G-spot stimulation. Squirting is often — but not always [ 1 ] — a result of G-spot orgasm. Squirting and pee are similar in that the fluid is ejected from the same place, her urethra.
We get a lot of questions about squirting!! Learning how to squirt more is a process that you can get better at over time. Many women find that kegels make their orgasms more powerful, so they inevitably ejaculate more liquid. The orgasmic massage that we teach can also help you squirt more liquid. Having a willing and knowledgable partner can help considerably too. It is also a good idea to stay very hydrated is you plan on squirting. Although it may sound trivial, female ejaculation and squirting causes the loss of fluid and you will be able to squirt more easily and more liquid when you are fully hydrated. The liquid that she ejaculates is not pee. One woman tested this out by eating lots of asparagus one evening. She later went to the toilet and found her pee smelling strongly of asparagus.