A squirting orgasm is achieved when a woman is able to ejaculate during orgasm, and these types of orgasms have quite a few myths, with a few truths, associated with them. Squirting orgasms are achievable for many women, but not quite all, and getting to know a woman’s body a bit better is key to being able to unlock the mysteries of these types of very powerful orgasms. Many women find that squirting orgasms, or “wet orgasms” are far more intense than their “dry” counterparts, but they’re still not quite what you may see in porn.
A few myths associated with squirting orgasms are:
1. The big gush – This is something that’s a big seller in porn, which leads many to believe that this is what to be expected with a squirting orgasm, but this isn’t necessarily the truth. In porn, things needs to be bigger, better, more visible, and part of the fantasy, so it’s really no wonder why they use a “big gush” tactic when showing this type of orgasm on screen. Not to burst any bubbles, but this typically isn’t exactly real, and these big gushes are normally caused by water being pumped into the vagina pre-scene or having a woman urinate with force under the guise of an orgasm. In truth, a squirting orgasm will only produce about a teaspoon to a few tablespoons of fluid, and it could come out with a forceful squirt or a simpler dribble.
2. Squirting orgasms are universally more intense – Every woman’s body is different, and this rule applies to orgasms as well. A squirting orgasm may be significantly more intense for some women when compared to “dry” orgasms, and others may find they prefer the latter. For this reason, it’s always best to keep open communication with your partner to ensure they’re getting the satisfaction they want out of any orgasm experience.
3. It’s comprised of urine – This is probably one of the most common myths associated with squirting orgasms, and we have the medical science of the 1980’s to thank for it. Way back when, as squirting orgasms were first being brought to the attention of medical science, many theories revolved around these types of orgasms squirting mostly urine, but this bit of information is quite outdated. Modern medical science has now begun to theorize that the fluid created by a squirting orgasm is actually coming from the Skene’s glands inside of the vagina, rather than urine coming from the bladder.
With a realistic and myth-free approach to the female squirting orgasm, a couple can better understand just what causes these types of orgasms and what they can expect when they or their partner experiences one. Learning more about squirting orgasms as they pertain to a person’s individual body make-up will need to consist of learning more about that partner’s body and just what they like, but this can be quite the fun and informative journey into exciting trial and error!