Are Women That Squirt Rare?

Squirting is a bit of a mystery to many men, and truth be told, many women as well. While squirting isn’t the most common type of orgasm out there, it’s not necessarily rare either, and many women don’t realize that they have the ability to squirt, but they just haven’t unlocked it yet. Almost all women have within them the ability to squirt, they just need to relax, lay back, and figure out how to make it work for their bodies.

Two parts of the body are working together in squirting orgasms, and this is the G spot and the Skene’s gland. Any woman who has both functioning orgasms, theoretically, also has the ability to squirt, and all she needs to learn is how to stimulate the G spot to build fluid in the Skene’s gland, then release it for an incredible climax.

If you want to make your woman squirt, find her G spot first. Make sure she is relaxed and comfortable with the experience, then have her lie on her back with her legs spread apart. When she is in position and aroused, insert a finger or two into her vagina, and feel for a small firm or rough area located about 2 to 3 inches along her frontal vaginal wall. The best way to do this is to have your fingers slightly curved inward, and insert yourself into her with your palm up.

The G spot particularly when aroused, will feel a little different from the rest of the vagina surrounding it, and the more aroused she gets, the more engorged the area will become. Start stimulating the area with a “come hither” motion with your fingers, and determine just how she likes her speed and pressure. For many women, starting off slowly and lightly, then building up to a faster pace with deeper pressure works well.

This stimulation will cause her Skene’s gland, located near the urethra, to begin producing and storing fluid, and this is the fluid that emits when she squirts. Against common misconception, this fluid is comprised similarly to semen, and not urine. When her Skene’s gland is ready to be released, she may feel a pressure that feels similar to the urge to urinate, and this is her cue to push. If done correctly, a gush of fluid will emerge from her urethra, and you’ve both unlocked the secret of the squirt.

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