While squirting isn’t for everyone, most couples who try it find that it enhances their sexual relationship. But mastering the technique takes time.
Foreplay is vital, and you shouldn’t rush it. Start by touching and caressing her body to activate the erogenous zone.
You also want to stimulate the clitoris and vulva to get them aroused. Be prepared for a mess, though, as ejaculation can be messy.
Get Her Comfortable
Squirting can be a powerful and intense experience. The orgasms it produces are often more emotional and emphatic than ordinary orgasms. However, the process is different for everyone. It may take time to discover the best way to make her squirt, but it doesn’t happen for some people.
To help her relax and increase the chances of squirting, you should do everything possible to make her feel comfortable in your presence. This can include putting her at ease with deep conversations about personal things she may have held back for some time.
You can also try to arouse her by touching her in ways she finds sensual. For example, you can stroke her neck or hands, touch her feet, legs, and breasts, and play with her hair. These techniques will put her in a receptive state of mind and make her more open to experiencing pleasure with you.
It’s also important to be prepared for any possible messiness during the squirting process. To avoid over-saturating your sheets, some recommend laying down a sheet or a sex blanket to absorb liquids. She also suggests drinking plenty of water in the hours leading up to your attempt.
Stimulate Her Clitoris
Many women can orgasm from penetrative sex, but some need additional stimulation of the clitoris to push them over the edge. A little flap of skin covers this tiny organ called the clitoral hood, and it can be stimulated by touching or licking it and using sex toys.
So, how to make your woman squirt? Start with foreplay. Gently massage the area, caress it, and move slowly to get her aroused. This will help her open up more and make touching the sensitive G spot easier.
After a few minutes, try to find her G-spot (the area of the clitoris closest to the vaginal opening). It’s often covered by hair and may feel rough or spongy. Once you’ve found it, stimulate it with your fingers or a sex toy and increase the pressure and speed as she responds.
Communicating with her and listening to her feedback during this time is essential. It cannot be very comfortable for her if she doesn’t squirt, so you must understand what’s going on with her and what feels good.
It’s also important to remind her that ejaculation is not pee, and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. It’s a natural part of sexual pleasure and something she should celebrate. She’s probably much more likely to squirt if she knows that squirting isn’t taboo.
Stimulate Her G-Spot
Using your thumb and index finger, place it gently on her G-spot. The spot is located two to three fingers on her front vaginal wall, about 2 – 3 inches in. It can feel rough or spongy. The G-spot is composed of tissue that swells when aroused, so it can feel so good to touch.
The G-spot is a great place to start if you want something more intense than the clitoris. It can also help increase pleasure when used with a clitoral vibrator. Some women say they even use a curved G-spot wand during penetrative sex.
Foreplay is crucial in getting her ready to squirt. The longer the foreplay, the more likely she will be turned on.
Make sure you are careful and use clean hands. The G-spot is sensitive, and you don’t want to hurt her.
Once she is ready, slowly move your hand in a circular motion. You can also tap firmly on her G-spot. If you feel she’s tensing up, that’s a good sign. Usually, that means she is close to an orgasm. If she feels like she has to pee, that’s another good indicator. She may also tell you that squirting feels like she’s ejaculating. This normal and natural feeling can vary from person to person.
Push Out the Ejaculate
During sexual arousal, most people release a lubricating fluid that often feels like urine. This is called ejaculation or female squirting. It usually occurs during orgasm and can be triggered by manual stimulation of the clitoral hood or the G-spot area. However, it’s important to note that squirting isn’t the same as orgasm.
Squirting doesn’t come naturally to everyone, and it can be difficult to distinguish it from natural vaginal lubrication or clitoral stimulation. “It’s not unusual to see porn stars squirting on film, but it can get lost in the mix of all that natural lube and sexy lubrication,.”
The key to squirting is finding the right combination of stimulating her G-spot and clitoral hood with the correct pressure and frequency. It can take time to perfect this and see what works for each person, but practice makes perfect.
For starters, try a warmup period. Spend time touching and stimulating her clitoral hood during foreplay, then gradually increase the intensity of your pressure, speed, and consistency. You can also try positioning her in positions most likely to lead to squirtings, such as reverse cowgirl or doggy style. Be sure to use lots of lube to make the process easier for her and avoid pain or discomfort.