Today ladies and gentlemen I bring you the female ejaculation!
Before reading any further on achieving female ejaculation it is important to remember that some women do, while others do not. If you find that you are a not squirter, that it no way negates or reduces the value of your orgasms or pleasure, which is the ultimate goal for any sexual experience.
Before even trying to squirt relax and don’t put any pressure on yourself or expect it to happen right away. Even women who are prolific squirters don’t ejaculate or squirt with every orgasm.
Why Would a Woman Even Want to Ejaculate?!?
Since the dawn of time ejaculation has been seen as male sexual behavior. So why would a girl even be remotely interested in squirting something when she comes?
To answer that, you either have to be a man who no longer ejaculates in the normal way, or a woman who has experienced female ejaculation. Both will tell you that expelling a liquid during climax can dramatically enhance the orgasmic experience.
Main Ingredients to Successful Female Ejaculation
Good pelvic muscles. The floor of the pelvis, where you clitoris and vaginal opening are located, is a mesh of powerful muscles. They are collectively known as pubococcygeus, or PC, muscles. Doing Kegal exercises strengthens and tones these muscles, and helps develop the ability to ejaculate.
Stimulation of your G-spot. The exact nature of the G-spot is still unknown, and still highly debated. The G-spot is said to be a “nexus” of several female anatomical structures and nerves that, when massaged, causes pronounced sensations. The most common sensation is an urge to take a pee even when the bladder is empty. Learning how to stimulate your G-spot, and getting comfortable with the sensations, are key to learning how to squirt when you come.
Allowing yourself to let go. You’re excused for being inhibited about uncontrollably spraying some gooey cream all over yourself and your bed! But you won’t be able to ejaculate until you learn how to relax about the whole concept, including the possibility you might make a bit of a mess.
Bear down. Take “letting go” a step further by actually pushing out when you feel the urge to pee, like you’re in a pee-off and you’re about to take the lead.
Don’t block the exit. A large toy, a penis or a hand might cut off the urethral opening and that’s where female ejaculate comes out. Keep up the stimulation, just get them out of the way as best you can.
Get hot and bothered. Being super sexed-up, overcome with lust, and engulfed in the flames of desire means a number of things: a) Your G-spot is easier to find and can take more pressure, which means more experimental poking. b) Your pelvic muscles are more relaxed, which makes it easier to let go. c) You’re more likely to have an orgasm, causing pelvic contractions which help expel the fluid. d) You’re super sexed-up, overcome with lust, and engulfed in the flames of desire!
Have an orgasm first. Ejaculating might be easier after your groin has already been warmed up and relaxed by an explosive O.
Make clean-up a cinch. Put down towels or a waterproof pad (you’ll find them in the incontinence aisle at the pharmacy) or a fitted vinyl or PVC sheet (available at most sex shops) so you’re not stressed about wetting the bed. Or do it in the bathtub; if you actually run a bath, the warm water will also help you relax.
Drink water. When you’re dehydrated, your body gets retentive with all its fluids, including female ejaculate. Just make sure you pee before you attempt any of the above in order to avoid having an accident.
But the most IMPORTANT thing of all! Relax and enjoy yourself! Masturbation is meant to be enjoyed and if you can’t ejaculate or expel some love juice the first time don’t be discouraged or sad! get excited and go at it again! Practice makes perfect and I for one intend to practice as much as possible! How about you?