Female Ejaculation: Learn How to Squirt
Yes, that's right - women can ejaculate too! And now you can learn how to squirt by yourself with a G-spot vibrator and with a partner...
Most women are capable of producing fluid when their G-spot is stimulated properly. It just takes time and practice, like everything else that's worth waiting for.
Before you even get started, it's important to feel aroused (try something from our Female Orgasm Boosters category to give you a helping hand) and ideally to have one clitoral orgasm under your belt already. Being relaxed and fully aroused is vital to being able to access your G-spot and massage it comfortably.
In order to get even close to ejaculating, you need to stimulate your G-spot. To find your G-spot, you or your lover will have to place a finger inside against your vaginal wall and waggle it in a 'come hither' motion. You should be able to feel a raised, textured area that's different to the rest of the vaginal wall. G-spots vary from woman to woman, but they're usually spongy in texture, even though the size and pleasure capacity varies with each individual. Again, using a slick of your favourite female orgasm booster will promote bloodflow and make sure you're hitting that delicious G-spot.
It's worth pointing out here that while some women will literally wet themselves with pleasure when their G-spot is stimulated, others won't be too bothered and some may find it annoying. But if you want to give female ejaculation a shot, you need to get used to having your G-spot touched and stimulated.
To stimulate your G-spot, you can either use your fingers, your partner's fingers, several different sex positions such as Doggie style or Reverse Cowgirl (lean back so that your partner's penis really hits the spot) or a specially designed G-spot vibrator such as the Lovehoney Jessica Rabbit 2.0 G-Spot Vibrator.
When learning how to squrt, you may feel as though you want to pee when you start stimulating your G-spot, which can be an uncomfortable feeling for some women, but as long as you've emptied your bladder before you started then you won't pee the bed. Just keep going and that urge to wee will soon pass; replaced by a deeply satisfying sensation the further on you go.
A G-spot orgasm can take some time to achieve, but it's well worth the effort. Once you get to the point where you feel as though you're going to have an earth-shattering orgasm, push your PC muscles out (rather than clenching them in) to increase your chances of squirting or gushing. You may want to place a towel underneath you during your first few attempts... just in case!
So, what are the basics in learning how to squirt?
1. Start with clitoral stimulation - try an orgasm booster to help you along the way.
2. Find your G-spot.
3. Stimulate your G-spot using fingers, your partner's penis or a specially designed G-spot vibrator.
4. Keep going until you feel an intense sensation deep in your vagina.
5. Push your PC muscles out as you orgasm.
6. Gush and gush and gush!