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|Gushing or squirting is real. I always seemed to gush...just recently perfected the squirting orgasm. It is a G spot orgasm. It's easier for me to have a guy manually do it, although you get a talented man he can do it through intercourse too. Once you ever do it, you will be able to again and again and again...even same night. Interestingly enough, the men who I have taught the technique to can't get enough of it. They want to keep making you over and over...lol Win/Win for me. I truly believe all women are capable of this...find that inner tiger and unleash the beast ladies ;p|
Posted: 6/16/2012 8:10:17 PM
|I'd like to just insert (no pun intended) some perspective on this. The fluid of a squirt has to come from somewhere. The normal vaginal lubrication is insufficient to be squirted. The only other fluid available in that area is urine. For all the claims of squirting ability, it's simply no more than pee.|
Posted: 6/16/2012 8:56:46 PM
|Well even if you assumed that squirters and their partners are somehow attracted to POF, the insane over representation on this thread would make it seem that squirting was a totally commonplace and mundane thing that anyone and everyone can enjoy. The internet is completely full of shit it seems. Worse still, POF certainly is attracting more than its fair share of pathological liars...lol|
It's obviously something that is very rare or science would have a handle on it already. No wonder so many people think its a complete myth, the researchers probably can't find the legitimate squirters because, according to this thread, every other woman out there can do it. For those who can't, just send $50 for my instructional video or write directly to SyphiliticSchlong69 for a private lesson! Satisfaction guaranteed!
The magical talent hinted at in many posts is nothing more than standard G-spot manipulation. I liked the "lifting a bucket" comment though, I find the pelvis makes for an excellent handle. Although most women will appreciate the efforts and some will even have intense orgasms, all of them most certainly will not squirt.
Posted: 6/16/2012 11:04:26 PM
|23 pages and still going! We better get some saline drips going, there are going to be some women out there dying happy.|
And even more amazing we still have a few "nay sayers" claiming for urine!
Guys, take a strip of litmus paper with you next time you score. Red for acidic (which urine is). I'll bet it turns just slightly blue (very slightly alcaline) which vaginal secretions an penile precum are.
And if it turns Red, look above her head for the thought bubble which will say, "I'm getting bored with all this ... maybe if I piss on him he'll let me go to sleep."
Posted: 6/17/2012 1:12:04 AM
|@HappyRocker love your sense of humour!|
Posted: 6/17/2012 4:42:35 AM
|I believe all woman have the potential to squirt. I have learned that if a woman has two dimbles on their backside the odds are increased. Why that is, I do not know. The dimbles are located just above the waist line, more towards the outward side of the body, and there is one on each side. Squirting gives a woman a pleasure she has not known. Having a partner whom can help her is important also. I find it a real turn on when I see a woman squirt.|
Posted: 6/17/2012 5:09:43 AM
There are two types of female sexual fluids. The most commonly known is called leukorrhea and is what lubricates the vaginal walls. It is a thicker fluid and is slightly acidic in order to prevent infections.
Female ejaculation is a thin fluid that originates in the gspot and is pushed out the urethra (where your urine comes out). The gspot is comprised of the Skenes / Paraurethral glands and is what makes this fluid.
Female Ejaculation is real, it is not urine and it is
a normal and healthy sexual response.
It's not urine but it does come out of the urethra.
Posted: 6/17/2012 5:34:27 AM
|@brokenbuddha--I don't think it's entirely up to the man to get a woman to squirt. There is a video on the internet--you might can find it on youporn--and the guy goes through what it takes for a woman to squirt. I taught myself and I've taught my husband.|
Posted: 6/17/2012 7:33:53 AM
|Actually it's not a myth as your lead to believe the my two ex girl friends auirted like crazy in fact you had to make sure you had a towel down cause I knew who would be sleeping in the wet spot|
Posted: 6/17/2012 7:36:44 AM
|Poker_fan don;t give up hope my dear all it;s going to take is the right setting where your at easy..and the right guy and you'll be having the time of your life|
Posted: 6/17/2012 9:38:58 AM
|Waterproof mattress cover|
Hitting the g- spot
And the woman knowing how and when to trust releasing the " feeling " that leads to squirting.
It takes two.
Okay, not always. Some women can make themselves squirt on their own.
Posted: 6/17/2012 4:34:03 PM
I believe all woman have the potential to squirt. I have learned that if a woman has two dimbles on their backside the odds are increased. Why that is, I do not know. The dimbles are located just above the waist line, more towards the outward side of the body, and there is one on each side. Squirting gives a woman a pleasure she has not known. Having a partner whom can help her is important also. I find it a real turn on when I see a woman squirt.
Sacral dimples. I've heard this connection too. I can assure you I don't have them.
True about trusting the feeling,since the feeling initially is that you need to pee lol
Not all women experience this sensation, so saying "you'll know you're on the right track when you feel like you have to pee" is a bit misleading.
Posted: 6/17/2012 5:09:05 PM
Just as well I didn't say that then,but as it happens,the sensation that you need to pee is pretty common.
Not in as many words, no. Saying "feeling initially is that you need to pee" can be taken in a way that can be interpreted as if they don't feel like they have to pee during gspot stimulation then they aren't going to squirt. There is more than one way to make it happen. Chasing after a sensation just because the majority of the women who squirt report feeling it, can be futile and frustrating to many. I felt that "have to pee" feeling.. about 16-17 yrs ago. Never squirted until about 2 yrs ago, and not consistantly until the last 6 months.
I also feel pain when he uses his fingers on me, and he's never made me squirt with that kind of stimulation.
I know what works for me.
Posted: 6/17/2012 6:31:03 PM
Well it's just a useful thing to be aware of,certainly I would have discovered squirting a lot sooner had I not misinterpreted that "needing to pee sensation", put a halt to precedings,as it were,to go to the toilet for a pee that I didn't need lol
Yup.. it's a good guideline to use, just shouldn't be the primary focus. I never had that as an indicator that things were about to get really wet and messy tho. Guideline should be to ensure the bladder is empty prior to starting, so that when/if that feeling does happen, you can be reasonably sure that you don't have to actually urinate.
Posted: 6/17/2012 6:33:37 PM
|Eeeew Sounds kinda gross! Must admit I've had great, HUT sex but never gotten there. Didn't know I was missing out! |
Posted: 6/18/2012 6:10:05 AM
|I have had 3 women that did i loved it Tom|
Posted: 6/18/2012 6:11:47 AM
|You are so right|
Posted: 6/18/2012 8:01:28 AM
|squirting is up to the woman. really she does it whenever she wants to. i got my first squirter a couple years ago, and it was pretty awesome. truthfully i did nothing spectacular so that's why i say it's up to the woman. she was also high so...maybe weed is the key. lol|
Posted: 6/18/2012 9:11:44 AM
|squirting is up to the woman. really she does it whenever she wants to.|
Not necessarily so. Some women have been "surprised" by their partner.
Practice makes perfect?
Posted: 6/18/2012 11:04:50 AM
|Yes its true and its great!|
I know how to make ANY woman squirt...
Posted: 6/18/2012 2:17:44 PM
|rub the clit and two fingers pressing the inside of the vigina.|
Posted: 6/19/2012 6:53:40 AM
|Wow, someone asked you a pretty personal question! No, there's nothing wrong with you. Some women do, and some don't. Not sure if it's an 'acquired' talent as much as differences we all have. You seem to imply it's a negative that you haven't so far. If it doesn't affect your enjoyment, why worry about it???|
Posted: 6/19/2012 9:37:58 AM
I'd like to just insert (no pun intended) some perspective on this. The fluid of a squirt has to come from somewhere. The normal vaginal lubrication is insufficient to be squirted. The only other fluid available in that area is urine. For all the claims of squirting ability, it's simply no more than pee.
The fluid is NOT pee. Google Skene glands Tom. It is a clear, watery fluid(not yellow or urine smelling) and I've had it happen about 10 times in a row. Trust me I couldn't pee that much if I tried!
FYI: It is an INvoluntary orgasmic response. Adult women are potty trained...peeing is a controlled voluntary action.
For example, I wouldn't insult you by saying how do you know if your peeing or cumming? You just know the difference. Honestly, it is impossible in men or women to pee during orgasm...thank goodness or bacteria would be everywhere.
Posted: 6/19/2012 10:31:06 AM
|There's nothing wrong with you hun! It's not a talent.It just takes time and patients .It is amazing but messy.Good luck!:)|
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