If you’d like to give a woman the most intense sexual pleasure possible, then you might want to achieve a squirting orgasm (this is also known as “gushing”).
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How To Make A Woman Squirt
Here are the instructions that you’re going to need to follow if you want to help your woman to ejaculate, or achieve a squirting orgasm
1. Ask her to go to the toilet to empty her bladder.
2. Give her extensive foreplay, and make sure that you are both very turned on.
It’s also necessary to feel intimate, loving and connected with each other.
3. Be loving towards her.
G spot stimulation, which is what I’m going to call prostatic tissue stimulation, works much better when the woman is feeling an emotional connection to her lover, so that she’s emotionally as well as physically aroused.
Indeed, for some reason, the G spot seems to be the central focus of emotional attachment during intercourse. Stimulating the G spot can produce a whole load of emotional experiences for a woman — and it becomes swollen with fluid much more easily when she’s engaged in sex that has a strongly emotional component.
4. Find her G spot by putting a finger inside her vagina.
You’ll find it with the pad of your fingertip uppermost, about 2 inches inside on the upper surface of the vagina.
When she is aroused, you should be able to feel smooth that swollen area which represents the G spot. If you feel ridges, she’s not aroused enough, and you need to go back to gentle external clitoral stimulation until she is sufficiently aroused.
You might also need to say a few sweet nothings like “I love you” to make sure she’s in the right frame of mind. Having plenty of time and no distractions helps too!
5. Stimulate her G spot with a well lubricated finger — lots of lube is essential.
She may complain that you she wants to urinate when you press on the G spot, but the sensation will pass with continued stimulation. Obviously she’s got an empty bladder, so she’s not likely to need to urinate.
6. Continue to use your fingers or use a smooth toy to stimulate her G spot.
This is about stimulating the G spot until she feels like she’s ready to ejaculate. You can use your penis if you have great staying power, but the problem is that if you hit her G spot in the right place and with the right rhythm, she’s likely to get so aroused so quickly that it makes you come, after which you have very little chance of discovering how to make a woman squirt, i.e., achieving female ejaculation.
And with a finger you’re going to have greater control and you’re going to be able to contain your own excitement.
The sensation a woman may feel that she needs to urinate will pass, and it will be replaced by an intense sensation of excitement. At this point she may be ready to ejaculate, but this is going to require her to keep herself emotionally open and relaxed, and to consciously allow the fluid to flow out of her. If she’s going to reach orgasm, it may help if she pushes downwards and outwards with the pelvic floor muscles.
7. Ensure there is good communication between you and reassure her that whatever happens it is natural and fun.
You may have already noticed when your woman achieves orgasm that she ejaculates a little bit of clear fluid anyway.
Female ejaculation, squirting or gushing is actually the forceful ejection of lots of this fluid from the urethral canal by means of strong muscular contractions, which occur after a longer build-up. This allows more fluid to accumulate.
How You Can (Perhaps) Make A Woman Squirt
Some tips for those who want to experience this amazing type of orgasm!
1 Watch the video below about how a woman can ejaculate during orgasm. When an orgasm involves squirting, or female ejaculation, it can be very intense, even mind-blowing. In fact, a woman may experience more pleasure than she thought possible.
And it’s not hard to make a woman squirt.
2 After watching this video, check out the information below!
Facts About Female Ejaculation
Because of the Internet, most men have probably heard of female ejaculation, and the possibility of bringing a woman to an intense orgasm with fluid ejaculated from her vagina.
You may even have seen squirting or female ejaculation on video. If not, you can see one at the top of the right hand column of this page.
We call these “squirting orgasms”. The videos show how dramatic they can be. If you want to see how it’s done, there are plenty more videos online which show female ejaculation.
However, what’s probably more interesting if you’re a man trying to experience this with your partner, you need to find a way to do it with your own partner in a way that she’ll enjoy.
You see, most of the videos on the Internet show women being stimulated extremely hard with a man’s fingers, thrusting in and out of the vagina with a ferocity that few women are likely to find pleasant.
So the question is, is there a way of making it more acceptable for the average woman, so that she can squirt, and that you can both enjoy the experience?
Well, yes there is, and it’s not so difficult to do — but there are some things you have to overcome first.
The first is the woman’s fear that hen she ejaculates or squirts during her orgasm she’s going to urinate.
Understandably. Many women, particularly those who’ve had children, do experience slight leakage of urine when they laugh, lift things, or even when they reach orgasm. This is about the strength of the pelvic floor muscles, and Kegel exercises are the traditional remedy.
Of course, no woman wants to think she may have urinated during orgasm. So the question is whether or not the fluid expelled from her vulva, often quite forcibly, during a squirting orgasm is, or is not, urine.
One way to help her get over this fear is to have her to empty her bladder before sex starts, but also to do a little bit of research on the Internet to demonstrate the nature of this fluid: it’s fluid from the Skene’s glands.
And this has something in common with the male prostate gland. Around the urethra, a woman has a collection of tissue which is directly related to male prostatic tissue. Embryologically, they probably come from the same place in both men and women, but under the influence of the Y chromosome and testosterone in a male embryo, this tissue develops into the prostate gland.
In women it becomes tissue in women referred to variously as the female prostate, the G spot, Skene’s glands, or the paraurethral glands.
It doesn’t make any difference what you call this tissue; its function is to produce fluid which in a man would make up the volume of semen.
In the woman this has no purpose (a bit like male nipples), but even so the fluid builds up during sexual excitement in the area known as the G spot, and can be expelled when the woman reaches orgasm if she is uninhibited about the possibility of making a wet patch (sometimes a very big wet patch), and the very intimate nature of sharing this act with her partner.
Therefore, you have to talk to her about all of this before you even try to make her squirt, otherwise it isn’t going to work.
Having said all of that, the other important factor to take into account is that some women simply don’t seem to be able to enjoy female ejaculation. If so, it may help to watch a video on the subject of women ejaculating or squirting.
If she wants to do this, check out the gushing, squirting and ejaculating women who recorded themselves on video for Deborah Sundahl.
Helping your woman to understand the process by watching a female ejaculation video together can be very helpful. And the Jason Julius video advertised in the left-hand column of this page can certainly be a talking point for the two of you.