Browse: Home » Question: Squirting? Fact or fiction. Can a g-spot orgasm be attained?
I’ve always been curious whether or not every girl is able to squirt. But let’s address the main myth behind squirting first. Contrary to some popular belief, the liquid squirted out during a female orgasm is NOT urine. It comes from the Skene’s gland in the vagina (also called the “female prostate”). According to my research, every woman has the ability to squirt. In fact, every woman releases this liquid when they orgasm (a term known as “retrograde ejaculation”). Because women clench their cervix when they orgasm, the liquid goes up the vagina into the bladder. The secret to squirting is to relax as much as possible when orgasm occurs, and pushing out instead of clenching in. G-spot stimulation is essential to squirting, so you and your man/woman should explore and experiment to find it. It feels like a very squishy, spongy tissue not far from the entrance of the vagina.
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