Did you know that everyone with a vagina can squirt? Yes, you read that right! This sensation is not reserved for just a few people, on the contrary, everyone has the physiological ability to achieve it.
Don’t expect to live the craziest sexual experience of your life, but it can be really interesting to live, and why say no to new sensations? Alone or with a partner here are some tips to reach this state:
- Remember to go to the bathroom and to hydrate yourself well before taking action.
Going to the bathroom will allow you to evacuate the urine stored in your bladder. It gives you peace of mind about what you are expelling when you squirt. Drinking water is a step that allows you to increase your body’s natural lubrication. A little help that you can’t refuse!
- Find your G-spot and stimulate one of your erogenous zones at the same time.
The objective is to find the G-spot with your fingers, a sextoy or your partner’s penis. Once found, you will need to apply firm and regular pressure with constant movements. If you are alone, use your free hand to stimulate one of your erogenous zones (nipples, clitoris…). Otherwise, ask your partner to take care of the rest of your body!
- If you feel the urge to urinate coming on, you’re on the right track!
When you start titillating the G-spot, a sensation similar to urinating occurs and it’s perfectly normal. Here, the goal is not to panic, at the risk of tensing up, but rather to let yourself go. Indeed, the G-spot is located just behind the urethra, which leads urine from the bladder to the outside. When stimulated, this area swells, putting pressure on the urethra and causing the sensation of wanting to urinate. You need to accept this feeling and let yourself be overwhelmed by the pleasure, because you’re probably about to squirt!
If you can’t squirt even with these tips, don’t worry, it takes practice before you get it right! The main thing is that you have an exciting time. And please, don’t make the mistake of confusing squirting with urinating again!