Can a woman learn to ejaculate? The urethral canal, inside your body, leads from the bladder to the urethral opening, a tiny hole located above the vaginal opening and below the clitoris—the yellow traffic light, if you will. How apropos.
1. Get your bed ready ...just in case.
I have always wanted to experience female ejaculation, though the sensation of imminent urination trips me up. While I know what a clitoral orgasm feels like. Am I missing something? Could I be doing it all wrong? Guidance is appreciated! This has to do with inner workings of the G spot surrounding the urethral canal. During penetration, the erectile tissue of the G spot becomes engorged with blood and the vaginal prostate swells with fluid, creating the sensation that you need a trip to the restroom. The mental block of not wanting to pee is the most common hindrance when it comes to squirting but there are some things you can try. Practice stimulating your G spot alone. Use the restroom before you start to squash any suspicions of just needing to pee.
A wet and wild phenomenon beyond your experience. You learned about it somewhere. Or maybe a friend told you about it. What exactly IS squirting though? Squirting is when the vagina releases a gush of prostate fluid during sex, typically during orgasm. Is squirting something you would like to try? Here are some tips that will help you start squirting.
You know how people blame Disney movies for giving people unrealistic expectations about love? Well, I blame porn for giving me unrealistic expectations about sex. If porn were any indication of people's everyday sex lives, we'd all be firing off liquid streams of erotic bliss at every climax. Sorry, but no. That said, the elusive sex sensation that is squirting isn't entirely impossible. Apparently, for some women, it does come ha! But for others, it may be possible to learn. Meaning, yes, you could make yourself squirt during sex. But why the hype? Castellanos notes that it can feel pretty effing fantastic.