Are you someone that thinks it takes above-average sexual prowess to be able to squirt? Is this a hidden talent reserved for a select few? Or can all women squirt?
If you are wondering about these pressing questions, you are not alone.
Despite the prevalence of squirting in the porn industry, the discussion of this phenomenon in mainstream media has been neglected.
And it is no wonder. We all know that female sexual health has historically been treated as a taboo topic and it lives up to that reputation even today.
In many instances, women are perceived as being less sexual than men and as a result, the explanation of important sexual phenomena often remains undiscussed.
Luckily, we are here to break the silence and to determine, once and for all, whether squirting is a common phenomenon, an inborn talent, or a simple skill you can learn.
Do All Girls Squirt?
The answer to this question is a little complicated. Yes, technically all girls can squirt. But that doesn’t mean everyone does.
Research suggests that less than half of women have ever experienced any sort of female ejaculation.
This number is quite low considering all women have the right tools to squirt, which are the bladder and urethra.
So, just because all women can squirt, doesn’t mean they do.
This is largely due to ignorance of the topic, the taboos surrounding female sexual health, and fear regarding what happens when women cum.
The good news is that with the right know-how, it is something that any healthy female can learn to do even if many choose to never explore this avenue.
Why Don’t All Girls Squirt?
They Don’t Know How To (Yet)
Now, you may already be thinking “if everybody can do it, why don’t they?”
Or “if it is so easy, why can’t I squirt”? This is actually a very common concern.
The most likely answer is that you just haven’t learned how to yet. Like any skill or activity that requires muscle control, squirting takes practice and a little bit of technique.
It also requires the right combination of factors regarding arousal, stimulation, and orgasm.
They Are Too Embarrassed To Try
There is also a bit of a stigma surrounding squirting so many women choose to avoid it entirely.
And if you have ever felt a bit embarrassed when wondering about squirting, this may the reason why you have never explored this phenomenon before.
In fact, many of the sexual stigmas women face dominate their sexual inclinations and explain many female sexual norms such as why women fake orgasms.
This is because female sexual health is not as openly and widely discussed as male sexual health.
For example, it is a known fact that a low percentage of women orgasm with penetration alone, but this is still the dominating portrayal of sex in the media, and elsewhere.
It is no wonder then that sexual partners don’t know how to tell if a girl is faking an orgasm.
Some guys even think that their girlfriends can’t orgasm, purely because they don’t know when and how to get them there.
The same goes for squirting. Because it is not openly discussed as a skill that any woman can learn, it is believed that only some people will ever get to experience it.
This is a big reason why the percentage of women who squirt still remains relatively low.
Another reason for holding back on squirting is fear or nerves. You may be worried that you will lose control of your bladder.
Or perhaps you don’t want to leave a mess on your sheets.
In order to squirt, there is a fair amount of “letting go” involved and as long as you remain nervous about the prospect of squirting, it is unlikely to happen for you.
For some women, squirting comes very easily and happens naturally. There are even women who cannot orgasm without squirting.
But for the most part, it is a relatively unknown territory that many women are yet to explore.
Do You Have to Orgasm to Squirt?
Now, you may be wondering how often women orgasm and squirt at the same time. Do the two go hand in hand?
Well, no, not really. Many women orgasm and experience intense orgasms without ever squirting.
But, squirting most often is accompanied by an orgasm.
This is because the level of arousal and stimulation necessary for squirting often leads to orgasm or even multiple orgasms.
So, What Do You Need to Squirt?
So, is an orgasm all that is required to be able to squirt?
As mentioned earlier, all girls have the necessary tools to squirt, it is just about knowing how to use them.
If you want to learn how to squirt, you need to start by doing Kegel exercises.
These strengthen the pelvic floor which is an essential ingredient in the squirting technique.
With a strengthened pelvic floor, women can “push down” the pelvic muscles (and the abdominal muscles) during orgasm.
This is also known as bearing down and is the very motion that leads you to secrete a fluid from your vaginal area.
This, coupled with G-spot stimulation, is often the easiest way to squirt.
After reading this, you should take comfort in the fact that the ability to squirt is well within your reach. Even if you have never done it before.
Most women choose not to squirt out of fear of leaving a mess or losing control. Others simply don’t know how to or wonder what their partner or other people will think of them if they attempt it.
The good news is that you have the freedom to explore this, whenever you want. Squirting is for everyone and you can quickly learn how to do it by following a few simple steps.
So, why not try it out? At the very least you will get an orgasm out of it.
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