Squirting How many ladies can actually do it?
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 04:10 AM
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 05:44 AM
It is my beleif that it is a myth that only a few women can do it. I believe it all boils down to the individual woman not fully knowing how her body works and alot of them hold back when they are right on the edge. Also not all guys know how to bring thier partner to that point of ecstacy either. So when you combine the two ( women not knowing thier bodies and men not knowing the techniques ) it would appear as though not all women can do it but in all reality majority of women can squirt.
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 05:47 AM
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 05:53 AM
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Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 09:24 AM
It is definitely not just water - according to some studies I have come across, laboratory analyses indicate that it differs from urine, it has some substances which can be found also in male ejaculate (not sperms, of course:).
There was a medical expert and sexologist in my country Dr.Milan Zaviacic who examined the phenomenon and came up with some scientific evidence of the existence of so called "female prostate". His book is called "The human female prostate. From Vestigial Skene's Paraurethral Glands and Ducts to Woman's Functional Prostate" and it is very difficult to read for non-professionals as its a purely scientific monography. Unfortunately, his work is more well-known abroad in scientific circles than in his homeland, it happens...
As for my own experience, I have met only one girl who can squirt - my current girlfriend - and only my personal experience with her really persuaded me that it is a real phenomenon and not some kind of porn-myth. Before I met her, I had been quite skeptical to it and I had never seen something similar with any of my ex-partners (regular or casual).
As for its prevalence in general population, I think it is not so common - definitely you will find higher percentage of squirting girls on this site than in general population. Moreover, it still seems hard to define what exactly "counts" as female ejaculation and what is just an excessive lubrication - one sign may be that the release of female ejaculate is more common at the moment of orgasm while lubrication occurs independently of it - but do not quote me on this, I am not a female so it is just my own amateur speculation.
Anyway, it is extremely beautiful and wonderful - I can say without hesitation that it is one of the most remarkable sexual phenomena I have ever seen in my life and I am thankful to my girlfriend who "introduced" me into it:)
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:00 PM
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:11 PM
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:32 PM
Nope, unfortunately the function of female sexual organs is still not complete, and you cannot say that just because we all share the same anatomy, the function is going to correlate. You are aware that not all women orgasm, right? So, by the same token it would be logical that not all women would ejaculate. What is true is that the main reason of human sexuality is procreation, and for that to take place, we only need men to ejaculate... Hopefully inside of a female vagina...
However, these days, we are able to separate sex for pure enjoyment from sex as a procreation function, so more women are able to have more sex without worrying about the consequences of pregnancy. So, female ejaculation or squirting may be a trace of the shared anatomy men and women have, so women may have a prostrate just as men do, but it might be completely atrophiated during gestation. Now, the extent of this atrophy might be different in women and so, the ejaculation might be iffy, and therefore, some women may have this function more atrophiated than others.
I think the analogy would be how men can produce breast milk. Apparently, this is possible and there are several reported cases. However, I would not make the assumption that just because one can, all men should be able to.
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:38 PM
totally agree with what Olive says, there is nothing to suggest all women can squirt.
I've been having sex for 20 years, masturbated for much longer, i've yet to find evidence of a gspot in me and believe me its not for the lack of looking! lol
I've never squirted, I don't want to either however I juice up very quickly, release lots of fluid the whole way through sexual activity, much to the point that i've often had to wipe it away several times as it really does get too slippery lol
so I think that some women release it all at once, and others release the whole way through sex.
I orgasm extremely easy, and have multiples, so I don't think i'll be putting myself down as a squirter because in my case, its just never going to happen.
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:48 PM
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 01:02 PM
Now, I believe this is in fact true... Main reason being is that most of the SF ladies do enjoy having sex quite a bit. My assumption is that the more a woman enjoys sex, the more she wants to have it, and the more she'd might be prone to have more tetosterone in her system. Now, this is all pure speculation on my behalf, but I'm trying to be as objective as I can with this... This might also be something like what came first, the egg or the chicken, but it seems to make sense in my head. Testosterone levels in a woman are highly linked to her sex drive, even though there is a whole other plethora of complicated reasons... However, my guess is that some women are born with higher levels of testosterone, thus a higher sex drive, and so more willingness to have sex which in turn may increase testosterone levels as well (even if minimal compared to men's). Now, the equivalent to the male prostrate in women is called Skene's gland, which might be more active in women who have higher levels of testosterone, and are more promiscuous (in the good sense). So, this might explain why a high percentage of SF ladies are able to squirt.
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 03:18 PM
That‘s what I think as well...
It is definitely difficult to estimate how many women are approximately able to ejaculate. IMO there is a lot of confussion about this which can have several reasons. Firstly, it can make a great difference if we speak about a number of women who might have a potential to squirt or about a number of women who actually squirt during their sexual contacts. Secondly, it is not clear what counts – is it enough to find some traces of female ejaculate in her fluids or is it necessary for a woman to expulse an obvious amount of ejaculate so that we could say she squirts? Personally, I think that speaking about number of women who can squirt we should refer only to the women who experience squirting obviously... What would be the point of saying I can squirt if there was no chance for my bf to notice and enjoy this wonderful experience with me?
Olive, you have an interesting blog. Let me quote you and share my own experience...
Olive: “So, I read in this book that squirting is associated with G-spot orgasms... Nope, I don't think so. It also said that the fluid comes from something called the paraurethral sponge. This is an area that looks like a sponge and has a lot of tiny little orifices where the fluid comes from. Wrong again, nobody is going to convince me that the amounts of fluid I expel come from those tiny microscopic holes... I know in my case, there must be a pipe or the urethra in this case.”
Olive: “I don't even need G-spot or clitoral stimulation for it to happen.”
I have always associated my ejaculation with G-spot orgasms. It’s a different experience for me as G-spot orgasms are more intense and give a different kind of sensation and pleasure to me in comparison with clitoral or vaginal orgasms. When I squirt I experience a feeling that tells me that it is the G-spot orgasm. Please notice that I’m saying that the feeling is indicatory. A direct stimulation of the G-spot is not always necessary to reach a G-spot orgasm. If you are more “advanced“ in squirting and have a high tendency to squirt easily (you seem so), squirting might also be a result of indirect stimulation of the G-spot. The tissue may be so sensitive there that it can spread the impulses to near areas and that is why a different kind of stimulation may sometimes be enough to make you squirt.
As I always experience an orgasmic expulsion several times during sex with my bf and squirt quite huge amounts of fluid I’ve always wondered where it may come from because it is not possible I have such a barrel of ejaculate inside, lol. I do not know how it is possible but I have a personal theory that it may work like saliva. You know what mean – if there is some tasty meal in front of you your body may produce saliva pretty quickly I hypotetize that it could be similar with ejaculate – if one is excited and sexually stimulated their body may have a high production rate But this is just my silly idea how this phenomenon may work not a finding of scientific research...
You are probably more interested in scientific information than in my “theories“, lol. That’s why I decided to post some studies dealing with female ejaculation.
I hope they will interest you.
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 03:34 PM
I've never squirted.
Duchess, if I may ask, have you been with a partner that knows how to properly apply contact to the right area ?
I agree with with Hella on this, I just cannot see how some women can and how others cannot have a squirting orgasm especially when you all have the same functioning body parts. That is why I posted what I did about girls not knowing thier bodies and how alot of men have no clue how to manipulate the g-spot when they are not properly aware of its existance in the first place. So when you combine the two there is no wonder that the numbers of squirting females is low. I do not think its a matter of can't, its more of a matter of not knowing how.
My wife was similar, she has been having sex for 20+ years also and has only been squirting for the past 1 1/2. If I was not so damn persistant in locating and learning how to trigger her G-spot she would have never had the experience that she currently enoys now. At first it seemed as though it was a myth. I tried communicating with her during our trial and error phase and due to her lack of knowledge ( and my lack of skills ) of what it felt like and such she really wasn't much help and we had zero luck in this style of orgasm. Eventually we figured it out, and even though she was enjoying the sensation she still couldn't tell how it was working at all, the only thing should could tell you is that it just felt different but yet great. After giving her numerous g-spot orgasms during our sexual play she felt as though she was ready to try it on her own and she had no luck squirting without my assitance. Now that all this time has passed and she has gotten quite use to whole mechanics of it, she can finally do it on her own.
There are a few things that go into it, you just don't stick something in there and and fish around. Proper body positioning helps alot and using the right stroke and the right speed also plays a huge part in it. I have all the confidence in the world that with all the I have learned and practiced that i could bring any girl to a squirting orgasm, be it with my fingers, a toy, my tounge or my cock, I now know what to do and how to do it and could ajust & apply said techniques to accomodate any girl that I have sex with.
Again, its not a matter of cant as it is more so a matter of not knowing how.
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 05:20 PM
In response too antonis_vet's question i can deffinately say that female ejaculation bears very little resebleance to male cum at all, its much more clearer, not as clear as water but close as, it is very very thin like water an doenst have an odor that ive ben able to detect. I may be wrong but those observations are made from my gf so feel free to challange me on that.
On another note any idea what can change the amount that is squirted, is it the size of the orgasm?
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 05:33 PM
A lover I once had was a squirter. I found this out while feasting out on her pussy.
Posted Fri Jul 23, 2010 05:35 PM
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