How To Make A Girl Squirt During Intercourse

Making your partner squirt through intercourse (using your dick) is considered much harder than making her squirt using your fingers, so the first step is to make sure you can do it with your fingers first and that you’re comfortable with your partner before you go on to squirting via intercourse. If you have a long term partner that that want to make squirt through intercourse I would recommend reading up about the ‘orgasmic potential massage’ because you will want to stack the odds in your favor. The orgasmic potential massage will help your partner become more easily orgasmic and squirt more quickly, with larger volumes, more often.

If you’re trying to make a girl squirt through intercourse that you’re not very familiar with then you’ve got your work cut out, but don’t worry, you’re about to learn everything you need to know. Us men have much less control using our penises rather than our fingers to make a woman squirt. If you have problems with ‘getting it up,’ ‘keeping it up’ or premature ejaculation then take it one step at a time and fix those problems first.

Foreplay and Psychology

I can’t overemphasize how important the psychological/ emotional realm is when helping a woman squirt. As men we always like to simplify things down to the physical technique and this is usually why most guys who have a made a girl squirt can only do so inconsistently. Real mastery in learning how to make a girl squirt comes from how well you can build trust, be non-judgmental, hold space and be her guiding masculine energy without being pushy. There’s already as much information as you need about this on the School Of Squirt website so I won’t go through it again here. Just let me reiterate not to underestimate how important it can be, and this is equally so for squirting during intercourse.

Positions

Choose your position carefully if you want to make your woman squirt during intercourse because the only way you will be able to do it is if your dick is stimulating her g-spot (ie the glans of your penis rubs past her g-spot as you thrust.) Length of the penis is considered unimportant in this respect because the g-spot is only a few inches inside the vagina. However penis girth can be important because it helps maintain good contact with the g-spot, and also helps to ‘seal’ the vagina creating alternating pressure and vacuum that’s helps turn the woman on and bring her to orgasm.

Stimulating the Clit

It’s important to choose a position where you can stimulate her clit whilst you thrust, if not you will have to get her to do it, or hold a vibrator against it during intercourse. Using a vibrator against the clit will probably give you the highest success rate. If you don’t have a vibrator use a wet thumb or finger and ping it back and forth lightly across the clit, building up to maximum speed as she reaches her climax. You will want to continue the clit stimulation even/especially when you pull out.

Pull Out At The Right Time

It’s funny when men complain to me that they can’t make their girlfriends squirt during intercourse and I find out that they had their dicks inside the vagina the whole time. Of course, just like the finger squirting technique, you will need to remove your penis as the pressure grows and she is about to squirt. Timing is everything at this point, you can read more about squirting timing here. The feeling of release and the vacuum that creates is what usually triggers the rhythmic squirting to take place, especially when used alongside vigorous clitoral stimulation. As you pull your penis out of her vagina try rubbing it quickly across her vaginal opening (with vibrator still placed in her clit) and watch those lovely female juices come squirting out.