If you take that same model and apply it to women, it doesn't translate. You can make yourself do it here's how! Squirting is a natural phenomenon and actually different than female ejaculation, but because it looks more like what we in our mind conceptualize as ejaculation because of what happens to a guy, most people think squirting is the same thing. When you want to release it, you squeeze the muscles and it contracts like a balloon -- and it pushes open that kinked hoof, and then you can pee. But when she is aroused, meaning the urethra is full of blood, it feels really good because it pushes up against the erectile tissue. That angle between the urethra and the bladder is like a kinked hoof when the bladder gets full. And it can often get lost because most women have other lubrication going on at the same time.
The intensity just kept increasing, and it kind of hit a plateau before I squirted. This is why when you push on the G-spot and a woman is not aroused, she feels like she has to pee and it can be really uncomfortable. Most people, when they talk about ejaculation, their frame of reference is men. And that can be very erotic.
So basically, teaching yourself to squirt is learning how to relax a certain set of pelvic floor muscles while pushing up on that area in the G-spot, and opening up that angle, and then allowing yourself to relax enough to out with the bladder at the same time. Eventually you will just sort of learn those steps, and your brain will record it as muscle memory -- and then you associate that with tremendous amounts of arousal. There are of course general things that apply to everyone, like nerve endings and arousal -- but the 'how to' varies so much from person to person. If you think about what might be happening when a woman approaches orgasm, the ejaculate can very easily get mixed in with natural lube or artificial lube that is being used. Which is kind of silly if you think about it, because pleasure is all accomplished in the brain. .
And sometimes, porn stars and then squirt it out. It can be an orgasm enhancer for some For some women, when they feel that rush of fluid at the same time as orgasm it can really enhance the orgasm. The fluid has been explained as clear, and with a sweeter taste. People want to rate their sexual experiences -- especially guys -- and this is why squirting gets a lot of popularity. It makes a lot of sense anatomically speaking, because there is no other structure in that area of the female body that can 1 hold that much liquid and 2 shoot it out with that much force.
There are ultrasound studies that show it definitely comes from the bladder. Squirting does not come out of the vagina When you see a woman squirting on a video, you can't always tell that it's coming from her urethra and not her vagina. When I finally let go and did what felt pleasurable is when it first happened. It can happen to some women all the time, once in a blue moon, or it might never happen at all -- but yes, you can make yourself do it. I tensed up which I would later find helps the process along quite a bit , then I found myself completely sated. Some women say it enhances it tremendously because they are able to let go a bit more.
And it can feel that way, since there are lots of nerve endings that are similar in the urethra and the opening of the vagina. There are also characteristics that make the fluid similar to urine, but seem like a much more diluted version. When you have something like porn demonstrating it very clearly, and as something that always happens -- all of a sudden guys now want to teach their woman how to squirt because in their eyes it means she had a good orgasm. . .
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