What Percent of Women Squirt

What Percent of Women Squirt?

If you have ever seen or experienced squirting in action, you may have caught yourself wondering what percent of women squirt.

Unlike male ejaculation, squirting does not occur naturally in response to orgasm.

Which leads to the question, how many women actually do it? How often does it happen? And how many women can do it? 

Squirting is not a new phenomenon but research on this topic has been sparse, and even unreliable at times.

That’s why we have done the legwork for you by rounding up the most recent statistics on women who squirt.

Not only will we look at how many women experience squirting, but we will also see what percentage of women experience it regularly and whether all women are capable of squirting.

What this article covers:

What Percent of Women Squirt?

Recent research suggests between 10% and 54% of women have reported an experience of female ejaculation at some point.

Now, this range may look impressive at first but keep in mind that these female orgasm statistics only report women who have experienced some form of female ejaculation. Even it was only once.

Earlier research suggested that about half of women experience squirting orgasms, though this was later discounted because squirting was conflated with urinary incontinence in women.

This paints a far bleaker picture that makes it look like most women can’t cum during sex, that it just happens on occasion or that squirting is just an inability to control the bladder. 

Research that investigated how often women squirt found that only 19% of women who squirt experienced it every time they have sex.

This means that only a fifth of women who know how to squirt, experience it with every single sexual encounter.

These stats are supported by another survey that found that only 5% of women who squirt (out of a sample of 1400) do it every time they orgasm, followed by 27% who do it regularly and 22% of females who claimed it rarely happens to them.

It would seem that squirting remains out of reach for many women, and is not something you can command at will.

So, do girls cum from sex or can they only squirt when masturbating?

According to the results of a survey, about half of women (53%) find it easier to squirt with a partner and less than a third (27%) find it easier to squirt when they are masturbating.

These statistics may make you believe it is easier to squirt when you have a partner but this becomes an issue when looking at the low percentage of women who orgasm during sex (approximately 50%). 

Unfortunately, an orgasm and the associated arousal and stimulation associated with it are crucial components to give you the best chance of squirting.

This becomes even more troubling when looking at how often women fake orgasms.

One study found that a whopping 80% of women fake orgasms and that they fake orgasms at least half of the time. 

These statistics prove that most people can’t make their girlfriend orgasm, or even know how to tell if a girl fakes an orgasm, let alone make her squirt.

Looking at these numbers, it is evident that women who experience regular orgasms from intercourse are almost as rare as women who experience squirting during a sexual encounter.

If there are so many women who pretend to have orgasms, when they don’t actually experience them, how many women can experience the full range of sexual experiences such as squirting and multiple orgasms?

Unlike orgasms, squirting can’t be faked. You either do it or you don’t. And unfortunately, it looks like most women don’t experience this.

Either because they believe they can’t, they don’t receive enough stimulation to explore it, or simply because they don’t know how to.  

Can You Learn to Squirt?

Now, after seeing the statistics on squirting, you may be wondering, can some girls not cum?

Is this the reason why many women may go their entire lives without ever experiencing squirting?

Well, not exactly. Squirting is something that can be learned.

A recent survey suggests that half of the women who squirt learned how to do it. Of this sample, 25% learned how to do it with the help of a partner and 17% taught themselves.

Now, is it difficult to learn how to squirt? No, not really. If you want to learn to squirt, you will mostly be focusing on strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.

This can easily be done by practicing Kegels.

The next phase of learning squirting has to do with the technique and involves specific types of stimulation, especially G-Spot stimulation, and additional techniques such as edging (the delay of the orgasm).

These skills are not only fun to learn but also easy to master, which is why so many women are self-taught squirters.

Now, you may be thinking that some women are natural squirters. Or that it is easier for some women than others. This is not entirely true.

Yes, some women can more easily and readily master the art than others but only a small percentage of women (14%) were born with this skill or claimed that they have always been able to do it.

This is proof that squirting is not some innate talent reserved for a select few, but rather a skill that can be learned by anyone.

Are You Too Old to Learn?

If you think you are too old to learn to squirt, think again.

It has been found that more than half of women who squirt learned how to do it in their thirties.

This suggests that most women went through puberty, and many of their sexually active years, without ever squirting.

Is It Worth It?

After reading this, you may be wondering if is it worth all the effort.

You will need to practice the technique, probably inform your partner and go through a process of trial and error.

Most women who squirt enjoy the sensations associated with it.

In fact, almost 90% of couples who incorporated squirting orgasm into their sexual lives have reported that it has brought them increased satisfaction.

So yes, for the most part, the endeavor to learn this skill is entirely worth it.

Another plus point is that the type of stimulation and orgasms that are necessary to achieve squirting will benefit your overall sex life.

It is pretty much a win-win situation because even if you don’t squirt, you will experience more intense and pleasurable orgasms.

All in all, learning to squirt can be a fascinating journey and one that will improve all aspects of your sex life and your sexual confidence.


Yes, indeed, the percentage of women who have experienced squirting at some point in their lives is not that high. But this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t attempt it.

Squirting can easily be learned and the journey to mastering this skill can be very satisfying and benefit you in a myriad of other ways.

You are never too old to learn this skill and from what we have heard, it is entirely worth the effort.

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