Okay, Squirting. Ready, set, go. You’re in bed with you’re lady and you’re getting hot and all of a sudden did you just urinate on me? Awkward. See, most couples don’t start their romantic affairs with a conversation about water sports. So when you’re doing the dirty (or even just a lovely finger bang) it can be a little curious when your partner suddenly ejaculates onto your face. Uncalled for, unprepared, completely astounding. Luckily for you, the chances that your partner just actually pissed on you are slim to none. When the body is aroused, the urinary system shuts the fuck down. That strange pressure you have that you need to piss yourself? Well, you might be about to squirt. If you want to prevent the “But how can I be sure?” the best way is by using the restroom immediately before having intercourse. Then you can check in with your nagging self No, no. You already went. Hold on tight. It’s gonna be a good one.
The g-spot is the particular criminal of these awfully deep sensations. A little g-spot stimulation can go a long way. A lot of g-spot stimulation is even better. The hard part about writing a post on squirting is that a lot of what we know seems to be best guess. I mean, try taking out funding to learn why women wet themselves. We’re some sexually repressed folk – well, some would argue. I mean, I’m writing a post about female ejaculation, so how repressed are we really? We know all about the penis, or at least we think we do, but the vagina is a mythical winged creature that often gets left behind.
Here’s what we do know: Some women can squirt a fluid, some women can’t. We’re not sure if they can’t or if they just haven’t yet. For some women it happens easily, or even accidentally, and for others it takes very direct movements of the finger to elicit the response. If you want to see if you can squirt, the best option is probably to reach a heightened level of arousal and have your partner double up on some intense clitoral and g-spot stimulation. Some women say that their squirting is not necessarily accompanied by an orgasm. You’re going to have to be comfortable with the mess that it’s going to produce – having a towel on hand is a definite plus. While we do know the fluid isn’t urine, we don’t know exactly what it is, other than the fact that it probably has something to do with the Skene’s Gland.
If anyone has any other reputable sources for female ejaculation, link them in the comments. I was unable to find anything useful to link to outside of some less-than-interesting studies or pop culture references. I think the bottom line is: body does awesome things, seems kind of funny, does happen in real life, not all women can or have done it, data is limited, it has two social stigmas (one: yaaaay thats hot two: whaaaaat did you piss on me?) so be careful with how you (as partner) proceed with it.