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Discussion in 'General Sex Discussion' started by itsfreddo, Apr 16, 2013.
hi i am lookin for any vids out there that can teach my girl how to make her pussy squirt thanks hat
Check out the Marcus series at the 2 Girls Teach Sex website but if you purchase be careful not to get sucked into buying other stuff you did not want in the guise of "free" introduction offers.
The videos are excellent but as I said I was bunnied into purchasing stuff I did not need or want and it took 3 months and several $100s to stop.
I've kind of wondered about this too, except honestly, some women really just don't squirt. I think it's an either you do or you don't kinda thing. *shrug*
All women can ejaculate, but the whole concept of squirting has been distorted by porn. This is commonly exaggerated on video by pee-ing. If you see a large amount of fluid, it's fake. The volume of a female ejaculation averages about 10cc and up to around 20cc for a heavy cummer. Pretty much the same amount as male ejaculation. With this in mind, a woman that "shoots" her cum, is actually more of a spurt. More commonly, it is quickly pumped and flows out. This is much the same as in men. Some, especially the younger, can shoot up to their chest, while others just gently spurt it out, basically flowing from the urethra.
The female ejaculate is generally odorless, colorless to slightly milky and has a water-like consistancy and tactileness. It's taste ranges from slightly salty, to somewhat bitter, but not unpleasant. it takes on unique characteristics from the taste of the woman's own lubricative fluids.
There are varied techniques that are said to bring a woman to squirt/gush. There are many legitimate video demonstrations on the net, so I am only going to elaborate on the two variations that work for me. The one comonality they all share is G spot stimulation.
The G-spot isn’t a spot. It’s an area on the front wall of the vagina about 1-2 inches inside and is said to increase in size with stimulation. It can vary in size from that of a garden pea, to as large as a quarter. She should be aroused, as it increases in size with arousal. The easiest way to find it is to have her lie on her back. Take your middle finger and lay the two adjacent fingers over it to form a triangle. If she is super tight, you may wish to use just two fingers at first. Insert you your fingers slowly. Notice the feel of her vaginal walls. Feel the top of her vaginal wall. Though it can be shallower or deeper, the G spot is generally found 2-3 inches inside. You will find a small spot that feels rougher than the rest of the vaginal wall. This is the G spot.
This is the area you need to stimulate. I have had great success with the "come hither" motion. However, some swear by a tapping motion. I prefer my method as it allows for simultanious clitoral stimulation either orally or digitally with your thumb. This way, you can feel her ejaculation, which is a rush of warm wetness, but it's not the wetness of lubrication, but more like warm water.
The G spot/oral method obviously works great. However, the manual stimulation is great too. If your gal gets off on sucking cock, you can kneel beside her and let her enjoy you as well. It's a wonderful sensation. Especially if it results in mutual orgasm.
I've found a number of sources saying there is no such thing as female ejaculation. It seems presumptuous to say that all women can achieve something that hasn't even been proven to exist.
I'm inclined to agree with Cappy on this one. All woman do ejaculate but mostly it's lost with all the other sex fluids. A reason I've read for female ejaculation is that it naturally flushes out the urethra to lessen the likelihood of bladder infections caused by the motion of sex.
This is patently not true. Some women can, yes. But some women can't. And making these kinds of statements serves little purpose other than to make those who can't think there's something wrong with them.
I think in some cases, women think they "ejaculated" when they actually urinated, due to pressure on the bladder. That's my feeling, anyway.
Everyone has a right to their own opinion. However, I know it's real. I have seen, smelled, tasted and felt it. Trust me, it's not pee.
There are two issues that affect the women that "can't". One is physical and the other mental. The physical issue is some women have an incredibly tiny G spot. This is pretty self explainitory. The mental issue is the fear of pee-ing. Most guys will tell you the first time they ever came, it felt like they were about to pee and then wow, this isn't pee. Women who wish to experience this need to make sure their bladder is empty, so the sensation is not confused, causing them to hold back..
Female ejaculation’s place in humanity’s sexual history cannot be denied. Art work in various cultures, from the annals of history to post-modernism, provide a glimpse at feminine sexual excitement—from orgasms to gushing femininity of love. Hinduism particularly captured the art of female emission many generations ago, illustrating the process in detailed sculptures. What is apparent is that female ejaculation, though only recently discussed and investigated, has been a part of female sexuality for years in many cultures. Put simply, just because we are now discussing it, it does not follow that it’s not always been there.
It would be great if people could disagree with me WITHOUT mentioning what I've done or what I haven't done. I think that's where it gets unpleasant for me. Disagree with my ideas and avoid ad hominem in the form of "Well, you've never had sex, so you would think that." It's not nice.
Squirting is usually just a girl peeing. If you consider that "squirting," then that's fine so long as you know what it actually is; and that is an incontinent person during sexual experiences. Why is it considered sexy for a young girl to do it; but when grandma does it, it's nasty and a burden?
Gushing is true "squirting;" and the viscus liquid is yielded from the vaginal canal/orifice and not the urethra.
Last note; if the so-called "female prostate" does produce liquid from stimulation, the amount expelled would be minuscule and NOT these huge gushes often seen in pornographic media. Various liquids are produced from the skene's gland; but it's little more than a tablespoon (or so) if that.
I've been wet like a slip and slide before...I'm always creamy due to my hormones being unbalanced....
Dunno if I've ever "ejaculated" to say the least.
Did I mention how its rather intriguing that some of you men seem to know a lot more about female genitalia than some of us gals? Well to my knowledge anyway.
That's because the instruction manual for the male of the species is less than one page long.....but there are many VOLUMES for the female......us guys gotta study up.....you ladies are complex critters
So now you're agreeing that some can't ejaculate?
Indeed. If I have another guy tell me what I feel like when I have my G-spot stimulated, I think I'mma go ape shit on him. I'm wondering where the Cappy dude got his medical degree from.
Haha well damn...
Maybe I need to study too. Cause it's a shame how some men know more about the vagina with its pros, cons, politics and whatever myths be true or false, than I knew myself...
Then again...I still have much to learn about myself to begin with lol
My wife's first squirt was while we were fucking each other with a Nexus Jr. double dildo.