Ahh squirting. Isn't it just one of those wacky old myths like centaurs or unicorns? Well, no, actually. Female ejaculation is a real thing, and not always as elusive and mysterious as people like to make out. Below you'll find sex educator and Soft Paris co-founder Anne-Charlotte Desruelle's guide on how to try and squirt or make a woman or person with a vagina squirt.
How to Make Yourself Squirt
Once considered fringe, many people are now eager to have the novel, intense, next-level orgasmic release that squirting offers. Scientists out there, get on this! The G-spot is hotly debated in its own right, but researchers agree that stroking the anterior wall of the vagina the front side will create a unique sensation that can lead to an orgasm. The biggest squirting mystery is the identity of the thin, milky fluid that gets released. No one really knows exactly what it is. Is squirting like riding a bike, where any able-bodied person can learn with practice?
A Beginner’s Guide to Squirting
Squirting is a form of ejaculation where a white-ish or clear fluid is released from the vulva during sexual pleasure or orgasm. There is some debate about what squirt is and where exactly this fluid comes from. It's generally believed to be fluid released from the Skene's glands, a set of glands located near the urethral sponge, when the surrounding erectile tissue is stimulated.
Vaginal fluids released during sex have been documented for 2, years , including in the hundreds-of-years-old Kama Sutra and other ancient sex manuals. How do you do it if you never have before? All excellent questions. The urethra is the tube that carries urine from your bladder to the opening when you pee.