Squirting the myths, you shouldn’t believe

Squirting

Squirting the myths, you shouldn’t believe

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Squirting has become more mainstream over the past couple of years, and even though it ranks in the top porn site searches, you will be surprised about the misinformation and misconceptions around squirting.

What is squirting?

Squirting, also called female ejaculation, is the squirting or gushing of odorless fluid from the urethra before or during an orgasm, usually through clitoral or G-spot stimulation. Some believe that because there are traces of urine, it “must” be urine others claim it’s a fluid that comes from the Skene’s gland, also known as the female prostate.

There will always be myths around certain sexual occurrences or activities, but more often than not, these are just myths. So let us look at some myths around squirting.

Squiring means they orgasmed; this is not entirely true some women squirt while they climax, and others squirt before they climax. Typically the partner that makes their partner squirt assumes they have orgasmed once and will end play, often leaving their partner hanging on the edge.

Squirting requires penetration; squirting can happen through G-spot stimulation or clitoral stimulation. Some women can only squirt through penetration while others only squirt through clitoral stimulation; some women require both. No one person is alike, and if you want your partner to try squirting, you will need to try all of these methods to find their sweet spot.

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Squirting means your partner knows what they are doing, BULLSHIT some women squirt, some women don’t. Your partner isn’t Goldfinger and doesn’t have a magic knob; squirting is a natural phenomenon. Often, partners will pressure their partners to learn to squirt, but many women learn to squirt on their own cause it’s something THEY want to do.

Squirting isn’t a trick we learn to entice our partners, like shooting a ping pong ball out of our vagina. It is a personal activity that either came naturally or taught ourselves over time, and some people are into squirting others aren’t; it’s all about personal preference.

Squirting may contain traces of urine, but don’t let anyone shame you for being able to squirt. Do what feels right to you regardless of the perceptions of the outside world.

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Squirting, also called female ejaculation, is the squirting or gushing of odorless fluid from the urethra before or during an orgasm, usually through clitoral or G-spot stimulation. Some believe that because there are traces of urine, it “must” be urine others claim it’s a fluid that comes from the Skene’s gland, also known as the female prostate.

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