Frequently Asked Questions about Squirting orgasms
Squirting orgasms and the G-spot can seem a little intimidating at first. You’ll learn all about both on this site, but just in case you’re in a hurry we’ve tried to answer the most common questions here.
What are squirting orgasms?
Squirting orgasms are incredibly intense orgasms that are usually caused from G-spot stimulation. They are called “squirting” orgasms because they’re accompanied by the expulsion of sometimes large quantities of silky fluid called female ejaculation.
What is the G-spot?
The G-spot is a small area a few inches inside the front wall of the vagina that many women find extremely pleasurable when stimulated. It has been the subject of some controversy, but modern research indicates that it is likely the female prostate surrounded by clitoral nerves.
What is female ejaculation?
Female ejaculation is a silky fluid that comes from the female prostate. As the G-spot is stimulated, this fluid builds up slowly. During orgasm, rapid contractions of the vagina cause this fluid to be expelled through the urethra.
Is female ejaculation urine?
No. Although it can contain small amounts, female ejaculation has more in common with male ejaculate than urine.
Do all women have a G-spot?
Yes, although some may not enjoy G-spot stimulation as much as others.
Can all women squirt?
It’s possible that all women are capable of female ejaculation. However, many mistake the sensation as the urge to urinate and block it from happening.
How do I make her squirt?
The easiest way to give her squirting orgasms is to learn how to effectively stimulate her G-spot. Check out our guide on the How to Make Her Squirt page.
Which sexual positions are best for squirting orgasms?
Since the G-spot is located on the front wall of the vagina, almost all rear-entry positions are an excellent choice.