Female ejaculation is one of the most misunderstood phenomena in sex – but it doesn’t have to be. In this female ejaculation guide, you’re going to become the “sexpert” when it comes to those mind-blowing, female ejaculation orgasms.
If you’re a heterosexual man or lesbian woman reading this guide, maybe your sexual partner just had her first squirting orgasm. Maybe you want to learn more about what exactly is going on with her body. I don’t blame you at all!
Luckily, my partner Jakob already knows it – hehe!
Anyway, if your partner didn’t have a squirting orgasm, then I’ve got good news. You simply must check out our video guide on Squirting Triggers. That will blow you (and her) away.
However, if you’re a lady reading this guide, and you want to learn more about your body, your vagina, and how female ejaculation works, this guide is going to cover all the bases.
In the first half of the guide, we’ll teach you all about female ejaculation, where the fluid comes from, and how it’s different from squirting. In the second half of the guide, we’ll discuss whether or not all women can ejaculate, what it feels like, and then finally, we’ll show you how females can start the ejaculatory process. We’ll finish with some of the most popular FAQs surrounding female ejaculation.
Make sure to read the guide in its entirety. Understanding female ejaculation will definitely help you explain things to your partner, no matter if you’re trying to make them ejaculate, or you’re doing the ejaculating yourself. Squirting knowledge equals squirting power…
Now, let’s learn more about this beautiful, erotic, and orgasmic occurrence…
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A Quick Message From Laura
Hey everyone! Laura here! And that handsome chap down there is my lovely partner, Jakob.
Jakob and I are the co-founders of School of Squirt (or what we like to call SOS). Squirting is 100% our speciality. Jakob and I have successfully taught thousands of men and women how to get their partner’s squirting.
I’d go as far as saying we’ve actually “reignited” the sex lives of thousands of couples, salvaged marriages, and generally made the world a better place. You can learn more about our story here.
Now, squirting and female ejaculation is a totally normal, fun, and exciting thing to explore with your partner. We like to think of it as a journey, and it can involve a lot of experimenting and enjoyment (and that’s even before the gushing actually begins!))
However, once you’ve unlocked the hidden secrets on how to make your partner squirt, that’s where the real mind-blowing, body-shaking, electrifying orgasms lie.
This female ejaculation guide is going to be more explanatory in nature, but if you’re looking for those hard, juicy, practical squirting tips, then you need to check out Squirting Triggers.
It’s a video that the two of us put together, talking about the practicalities of squirting. We talk about positions that can cause squirting in a matter of minutes, and how to trigger those mind-blowing hardcore orgasms faster.
That being said, after you have read the first half of this guide and you understand what female ejaculation is (which is super interesting and worth learning), we will give you some interesting practical tips on how you can start creating ejaculatory, body-shaking climaxes.
A Brief History of Female Ejaculation
Joanna Korda, from the Department of Urology at the University Medical Centre Hamburg‐Eppendorf, conducted a comprehensive systematic literature review to look into when and where female ejaculation had been mentioned throughout history.
Squirting has been around for a long, long time. Korda’s review shows it existed 2,000 years ago. Aristotle was (probably) the first to write about it, and the Romans referred to the fluid as “liquir vitae.”
In Ancient India, the female ejaculatory fluid was known as “a amrita,” which means Nectar of The Gods. Interestingly, a fourth-century Taoist text distinguished the difference between a “slippery vagina” and “the genitals transmit fluid.” Korda concluded that this was probably referring to the differences between cervical fluid and female ejaculate.
Female ejaculation and squirting are also gaining more popularity in the modern-day. The graph below shows data compiled from Pornhub insights. The search volume has increased dramatically between 2013 and 2015, and it has remained in Pornhub’s top 20 categories of videos.
Interesting facts – women are 44% more likely to search for squirting videos compared to men, and the countries most interested in squirting are Colombia, South Africa, Venezuela, Vietnam, and Slovakia(!)
Kitty May, Director of Education and Community Outreach at Other Nature, a feminist sex store in Berlin says:
“Many female-assigned people who do ejaculate experience something more like a trickle than the dramatic gush that is often depicted — in fact, they may not even notice it has happened. Just as neither squirting nor not squirting is “better,” there is no right or wrong way to ejaculate.”
Just because squirting and female ejaculation is incredibly popular, doesn’t seem to make it socially “acceptable.” UK law banned female ejaculation from UK produced pornography because of its similarity to urinating. This was met with protest, as it implies that there is something wrong with female ejaculation, whereas male ejaculation in pornography is perfectly acceptable.
To be honest, Jakob and I agree with the protests. There is not a single thing wrong with female ejaculation, and it should be celebrated, not frowned upon(!)
What Is Female Ejaculation?
I’m almost 99% sure, back in sex education class in High School, I was never taught about female ejaculation.
It was all about the men and their ejaculation…
Well, the interesting thing is, the only thing you need to ejaculate is a urethra. That’s the tube where urine is passed out.
When you’re aroused, ejaculatory fluid is expelled from your urethral opening. Just for the record, this ejaculatory fluid is different from the cervical fluid that makes your vagina wet.
That being said, there is actually a difference between “squirting” and “female ejaculation,” which we’ll touch on a little later. Most people think they’re the same thing.
Where Does The Squirting Fluid Come From? Is it Urine?
So, is female ejaculate urine, or is it something else? A study conducted by Samuel Salama and his colleagues in 2014 wanted to find out what the fluid was. A sample of 7 women was used, and all of these women reported producing large amounts of ejaculatory liquid.
The women were first asked to empty their bladders before stimulating themselves through masturbation. Once they had used the toilet, the researchers took ultrasound scans to make sure the bladders were empty. After the ladies had become aroused, another ultrasound scan was taken to see if the bladder had re-filled. Low and behold, it had. At this point, the researchers also collected the fluid in a bag. After engaging in masturbation, another ultrasound scan revealed that the bladder had emptied.
If the study ended there, this would imply that female ejaculation is urine, but the research continued…
Salama and his team then analyzed all the squirted fluid samples from the women. Two of the women saw no change in the chemical makeup of the fluid – it was just urine and their ejaculatory fluid. However, five of the seven women had small amounts of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in the fluid. This is an enzyme that is not detected in urine but is detected in female ejaculate.
PSA is often associated with male ejaculate, and it helps sperm to swim. In men, it is produced in the prostate; however Salama noted that for women, PSA is mainly produced in the Skene’s or paraurethral glands. These are located on the front wall of the vagina.
That being said, while researchers have an understanding, there is no conclusive agreement to what female ejaculatory fluid is made up of. It has been demonstrated to contain urine, amongst other fluids.
Female Ejaculation Versus Squirting
The terms female ejaculation and squirting are often used interchangeably. Interestingly, they are not the same thing.
Research conducted by Rubio-Casillas and Jannini aimed to demonstrate that squirting and ejaculation are two different phenomena. After their studies, they were able to make a distinction between squirting – which is a diluted fluid expelled from the urinary bladder – and female ejaculation – which is a very “scanty, thick and whitish fluid” from the female prostate.
This milky, white fluid comes from the Skene’s glands, whereas the gushing/squirting “fluid comes from the bladder” (Prause, 2014). Scientists aren’t quite sure of the purpose of female ejaculation or Skene’s glands. That being said, some researchers believe that it could be there to protect against infections and antimicrobial components.
So, while there is a difference between female ejaculation and squirting, most people don’t know it.
What Does Squirting Feel Like?
What better way to know what squirting feels likes than hearing from some of the ladies that have taken Squirting Triggers with their partner? We asked a few of our customers, and here are our favorite responses:
Carol, 31, said the following:
“The first time I squirted, it came out like a fountain. I was having sex with my partner at the time, and after some hard pounding, he pulled out, and my vagina just started going crazy. It was…How do I put it…Just pumping water out…
It felt pretty damn good. To be honest, I had no idea what was going on. I used to be quite crude – I had never watched porn, nor Googled anything about sex, so this was quite the surprise.
However, after squirting, I really wanted to understand what was going on. It was just so satisfying, and I started craving it. I remember going onto Google and searching “female pee during sex” and all sorts of stuff until I learned what had happened. My partner just kept saying, “it’s normal, it’s normal, don’t worry about it.” Really, I wanted to know how I could do it again.
Actually, that’s what led me to find Laura and Jakob from School of Squirt. Luckily, I bought the course for my partner, and our sex life has never been better. When I squirt, I find it extremely pleasurable. Usually, the squirt comes just as I’m about to orgasm. On multiple occasions, my entire body started shaking uncontrollably, and I experienced some of the most intense orgasms I’ve ever had.”
Jamie, 34, said:
“I’m bisexual, and currently, I’m in a relationship with another female. My ex-boyfriend was very good at making me squirt, so I knew how to relax my body and let him take control. When I ejaculate, it makes my orgasms feel a lot stronger than if it just through penetration or clitoral stimulation.
Now, my current girlfriend had no experience with squirting. I tried to stimulate her G-Spot, but it didn’t work. She actually had no problem getting me to squirt. It was this that led me to School of Squirt, where Jakob and Laura taught me more about how to get my partner to relax into the climax and various positions that helped her achieve this beautiful experience.
Now we can both squirt at the same time; we seem to feel a lot more intimate. Sure, it gets very messy, but it’s a great experience to have with each other. It seriously turns me on when I see her let go, and she seems to feel the same way. One thing that really helped her were deep breathing techniques, and it seems to help her to speed up breathing just before she’s about to come.”
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Can All Women Ejaculate?
Judging by the plethora of squirting searches from the Pornhub Insights data, you may think that every woman can squirt on-demand, at any time. This has definitely put some pressure on women. According to the ISSM, they estimate 10% to 50% of women involuntarily ejaculate (i.e., without their partner really understanding how to make their lady squirt). Most women don’t know that they ejaculate, because the fluid often goes back into the bladder.
We surveyed our customer’s a few months back, and after taking Squirting Triggers, a whole 92% achieved a squirting orgasm, and 95% reported a dramatic increase in their sex life. We’re still working on improving our course to get that number even higher, but they’re some pretty good numbers.
Salama (the researcher we spoke about earlier, who did the ultrasound bladder test) believes that every woman is capable of squirting if their partner knows what they’re doing – which is good news for those of you that are still experimenting(!)
How To Ejaculate For Females in 5 Simple Steps
If you’re interested in learning how to ejaculate, we’re going to share some of our favorite tips with you. If you want some more of our practical tips, don’t forget to check out Squirting Triggers.
The first step in achieving female ejaculation is to wind down. Ejaculation is as much of a mental game as it is a physical one. It’s important to totally relax before beginning. We recommend some of the following:
- Take a hot bath. Run a bath, light some candles, and relax. While in the bath, take some deep breaths. Breathe in for 8 seconds, pause for 2 seconds, and exhale for 8 seconds. This will really calm you down and relax your mind.
- Play some relaxing music. Music can be a great way to soothe you before you start the squirting process. We recommend some relaxing music, or even better, a nature soundtrack.
- Scents. We recommend using either incense or aromatherapy to fill your room with relaxing smells.
Following some basic steps like this will put you in the best possible headspace to give you the best chance of ejaculating.
The second step is to begin a deep dive into your body. Exploring your body might not be something you’ve done up until this point, but we recommend you take as long as you need to explore different areas. Some areas may actually excite you more than you know it.
Start from the top of the body down (starting with the facial features), moving past the breasts, down to the abdomen, and then the inner thighs. We like to recommend spending at least 15 minutes exploring yourself before you start a good squirting session. When done properly, this should start to arouse you and relax you further.
The Deep Dive
By this point, you should be feeling calm and pretty turned on. In order to squirt, we recommend focussing on the clitoris and the G-Spot. However, we don’t recommend focussing on the G-Spot until you’re fully aroused.
Simply give it more time exploring your body, or begin by stimulating the clitoris. Once you are fully aroused, you can use either your fingers or a sex toy to penetrate the vagina. The G-Spot is located on the top of the vagina wall, just past the opening. It will have a different texture to the rest of the vagina.
Once you find the G-Spot, you want to continually stimulate it, massaging it in various motions until you find what works for you.
When you’ve been stimulating the G-Spot for some time, and your body is about to squirt, you will feel almost as though you’re about to pee. Don’t panic – it’s normal to feel that way. If you feel this way, don’t stop and just keep going. You can worry about the mess after – but for now, try your best to relax and enjoy what you worked hard for.
If you don’t manage to squirt the first time – that’s totally okay. The good news is, the more you practice, the easier you will find it to squirt. By going through the motions alone, you’ll also have a much higher chance of squirting when engaging in sexual activities with your partner. So keep up the practice, and most importantly, have fun.
We’ve covered a lot in today’s female ejaculation guide – however, there are many unanswered questions. Let’s explore those now:
What does it smell like?
Female ejaculation, although being expelled from the urethra, does not smell like urine. In fact, it doesn’t smell of anything at all.
What does it taste like?
Female ejaculate is said to have a sweet taste. This is probably why the Ancient Indians referred to it as “a amrita,” which means Nectar of The God.
Is there pressure on women to squirt?
Sadly, with the increase in popularity online, many women feel like squirting is something they should be able to do.
According to another article written on squirting by the BBC, Silvia Saige, who has worked in pornography for over four years, says:
“It’s increasingly being asked for, and a woman’s career can take a financial upswing if she manages to squirt. I don’t get hired for jobs specifically featuring this act because it’s not something I can guarantee will happen with my body.”
Interestingly, a lot of pornography performers actually fill their vaginas with water, using a vaginal douche. They are then able to contract their vaginal muscles to appear as though they are squirting. Pornographic acts like this certainly add to the pressure women feel to squirt.
Some women can be ashamed that they can’t ejaculate, and on the contrary, other women are afraid to actually “let go” and ejaculate in case their partners think they have urinated. The reality is that there’s nothing wrong with squirting, and there is nothing wrong with not squirting. Both are totally natural and normal.
Why is female ejaculation banned in the UK?
Female ejaculation was banned in the UK because the British Board of Film Classication (BBFC) consider squirting/gushing “urolagnia.” Urolagnia is where people find sexual pleasure with urination – yep, some people have a fetish of watching other people pee(!)
This goes against the UK Obscene Publications Act, and in 2014, squirting was banned from UK produced pornography. That being said, true female ejaculate (the milky fluid that is expelled from the glands as opposed to the urethra) is not considered a banned act because the BBFC was satisfied that true female ejaculate did not contain urea.
How much fluid might a woman ejaculate?
A 2013 study at the Rudolfstiftung Hospital in Vienna reviewed female ejaculation. They designed a questionnaire to learn more, and 320 women responded. The most common volume was approximately 60ml. This study identified a range of 0.3ml to 150ml.
What’s the link between the G-Spot and squirting?
Some researchers believe there is a link between squirting, orgasms, and G-Spots, while other researchers think the opposite.
Interestingly, the G-Spot is part of the clitoral network. And while many women report squirting orgasms from correct G-Spot stimulation, in theory, they’re actually stimulating part of the clitoris. There are women that report squirting from only clitoral stimulation.
That being said, at SOS, we recommend that women spend some time finding their G-Spot. Not only can the G-Spot improve your odds of squirting, but it feels ridiculously good.