How to Make a Girl Squirt

How to Make a Girl Squirt

If you have ever dabbled in the mysteries of the female orgasm you may have realized that it can be tricky to figure out how to make a girl squirt.

But if you haven’t been able to master the art of making a girl squirt, it doesn’t mean that you are doing something wrong.

The very fact that you are reading this article means that you have a vested interest in making the sexual experience for your partner as pleasurable as possible.

Luckily, our tried and tested tips are sure to help you have the best chance of making a girl squirt.

So, without further ado, let’s look at what squirting actually entails and the best ways to get your woman there.

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How Do Women Squirt?

Contrary to common belief, squirting has nothing to do with urine or urination. It also doesn’t really mimic the male ejaculation process even though it is often referred to as female ejaculation.

So, how does a woman squirt? Research suggests that squirting comes from the female prostate or the Skene glands and it is largely made up of urea, uric acid, ejaculation, and creatinine.

The squirting substance actually builds up in the bladder during arousal and sex and then is released when a female achieves orgasm.

But how do girls make themselves cum? Or squirt? Squirting is the result of a G-spot orgasm or clitoral orgasm.

A clitoral orgasm is often considered the easiest and best way for a woman to orgasm and it often leads to a contraction, where the whole body contracts when orgasm is achieved.

G-Spot orgasms are slightly harder to achieve and are experienced as an extension and a sense of surrender.

G-spot stimulation often allows for the best conditions and best position to make a woman cum and hopefully, squirt.  

And how can this be achieved? Well, it is actually easier than you might think. And when done right, it may even teach you how to give a girl multiple orgasms.

How to Get Her to Squirt: Steps

Step 1: Set The Scene

Setting the scene in this case means prepping yourself and your partner for the experience that lies ahead. 

Decide where you want to try it and maybe place a towel down to reduce any stress about creating a mess. 

Make your partner feel at ease and ensure that you have a space where you will be comfortable and remain undisturbed for the experience that lies ahead.

Step 2: Communicate

Like most experiences that involve two people, communication is key. Explain to your partner what you plan to do and ensure she is on board. 

Allow for a safe space where your partner can share any concerns or hopes they may have. 

You can also talk about her major turn-ons to ensure that she has the best chance of success.

Step 3: Manage Expectations

After communicating your plan, it is important to let your partner know that it is okay if it doesn’t happen. 

Rome wasn’t built in a day and you may not be successful in getting her to squirt on the first go. 

At the end of the day, whatever you do will lead to a better orgasm for women, regardless of whether it results in squirting.

Step 4: Foreplay

Okay, so now that the practicalities are out of the way, it is time to get down to business. Literally. 

In order to get your partner to the point of reaching an orgasm that will result in squirting, you need to learn how to prolong a female orgasm.

This means delaying penetration as long as possible and focusing on foreplay. And lots of it. Choose to engage in the type of foreplay your partner enjoys and delay the orgasm as long as possible.

A good rule of thumb is to start by stimulating her breasts and eventually moving down to the clitoral area.

You can choose to stimulate her clitoris with your mouth, hands, or even a sex toy. And when she is adequately turned on, move to another area to ensure that you delay the Big O.

Step 5: Find the G-Spot

It is important to know that the G-spot isn’t one specific spot but rather an entire area inside the vagina.

Luckily, there is an easy way to find it using your fingers. Simply insert two fingers, palm facing upward, and make a “come hither” movement with your fingers.

This area will feel a bit rougher, so you should know when you have found the right place. Many people describe it as having a similar texture to an orange peel.

Finding this area means you will stimulate your partner and it also gives you an idea of where you want to focus your attention when penetration begins.

Step 5: Get Into Position

Some of the best sex positions to make her squirt include cowgirl and doggy style. Doggy style provides one of the best angles for directly stimulating the G-spot.

Cowgirl leaves it up to her to engage in a position that best stimulates the G-spot.

Both these positions also allow for clitoral stimulation while penetration is happening, which increases the chances of her squirting.

If your partner responds better to external stimulation, stick to using your hands, fingers, and mouth to stimulate her and skip this step altogether. 

All women are different and some of them won’t squirt from penile penetration alone.

Step 6: Listen and Respond

During penetration, it can be difficult to know if you are hitting the right spot and how close your partner is to reaching the climax.

Listen to your partner and encourage her to vocalize while you are engaging in sex or stimulation.

Many sex therapists recommend listening as the best way of knowing whether G-spot stimulation is occurring.

If you hear her moaning louder as the intensity increases, you are probably in the right place. So keep stimulating that area until she reaches orgasm.

Step 7: Allow Her to Completely Let Go

If your partner is suitably aroused and on the way to orgasm, the vagina should feel wet and you will start hearing a “splash” sound.

This is a surefire way to know that she is capable of squirting and is probably on the way there.

If you are stimulating the G-Spot you may even feel it getting swollen as blood flow to the area increases. This is a good sign.

At this point, your partner should relax her stomach muscles and you can place your hands gently on her stomach to help achieve this.

For some women, this can be a confusing sensation because it feels like they are about to pee. It may even lead them to think of how to stop squirting.

And many women know how to stop female ejaculation. So, help your partner relax and ensure that she is fully able to let go.

When you sense that she is almost there, gently remove your penis, hands, or sex toys from the urethral opening and stick to external stimulation so that she can expel the liquid freely.

For a selected few women, this will involve physically using the pelvic floor muscles to push out the liquid in which case, she can ask you to remove your hands or penis whenever she is ready to go.

Extra Tips to Make Her Squirt

Use Sex Toys

Sex toys can be a great addition to anyone’s sex life and maybe the added boost your partner needs to squirt.

Use Lube

Many females (and males) need an additional lubricant when sex starts so try to have some lube at hand to make the experience more pleasurable for you and your partner.

Do Exercise

Exercise can boost stamina in the bedroom and it also makes you feel more attractive, which can boost your confidence levels.

Let Her Practice Kegels

Kegel exercises can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and may make squirting easier for women to achieve. 

Go To Sex Therapy

If you want to explore sexual topics, such as achieving squirting and expanding your sex life, try calling in the help of a professional.


So, getting a girl to squirt is not as impossible as it seems.

It may not have the same dramatic flair as some of the squirting scenes portrayed in porn videos. Still, it is a great way to enhance intimacy and improve your partner’s orgasm and overall sexual experiences.

So, why not follow our tried and tested method and see if it gets your partner there? It is sure to enhance the sexual experience for both of you.

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