Squirting is a controversial topic with a lot of misunderstanding surrounding it.
This misunderstanding includes everything from who can squirt to what squirting even is.
With that being said, there are people who are interested in squirting. So much so that faking squirting is a common topic among adult film stars, adult influencers, and even regular women.
So what is squirting? Is it possible to fake squirt? How to fake squirt? Do you even need to fake squirt or can you learn to squirt on your own?
Read on for the answers to these questions and more.
What is Squirting?
Squirting, sometimes referred to as female ejaculation, is the act of releasing fluid through the urethra during sex.
There is a common misconception that squirting is just a woman losing control of her bladder and peeing during sex. It’s true that squirting fluid does contain traces of urine. However, it also contains urea, uric acid, and creatinine. This means it’s more similar to semen (without sperm) than urine.
Who Can Squirt?
If you’re wondering how to fake squirt, then you’re likely not one of the 10% to 54% of women who can squirt naturally.
That doesn’t mean that you can’t learn how to squirt, though.
There is no reason a woman can’t squirt as long as she has the parts necessary to do so. You may just need to adjust your methods and give yourself time to develop the ability.
How to Fake Squirt
Now before we get into why you shouldn’t fake squirt, let’s discuss whether it’s even a possibility.
The answer is, yes, you can fake squirt.
There are two ways to do it.
As mentioned above, squirting fluid is not only pee, but it does contain a fair amount of it.
When squirting naturally, there is no need to force it. As such, you don’t require a full bladder. In fact, many women even empty their bladders prior to squirting.
However, if you need to fake it, then you’ll need your bladder to be fairly full. Why? Because you’ll need to force it out.
A full bladder will ensure you can force out a gusher, though it may take some practice.
You may be able to pee on demand when appropriate (e.g. on the toilet), but doing so elsewhere goes against every instinct. It can take some mental work to get over that hump so you can fully release on demand.
A full bladder will make this easier, but it may still require some work on your end.
The douching method is really only effective when your partner is in on it. For example, if you’re shooting a sexy home video.
Let me explain the technique.
Douching is a common way for adult actresses to squirt. A douche is used to inject water into the vagina. The actress will then use the vaginal muscles to eject the water forcefully.
If you’re doing it with a partner, you can’t exactly add the water to your vagina and THEN have sex. You also likely can’t stop in the middle of sex, inject the water, and then squirt it out without your partner noticing.
So if you happen to be an adult actress or Only Fans influencer in a pinch, then the douching method may work for you. However, it’s unlikely to work in a “real” scenario.
Why You Shouldn’t Fake Squirt
We shared with you the two most common ways to fake squirt.
Now let’s talk about why you shouldn’t feel the need to fake squirt.
Fake squirting is much the same as a fake orgasm. You can do it, but what benefit do you get from it?
You’d be much better off either learning how to squirt yourself or working with your partner to achieve this goal.
If squirting is really that important to your partner, then they’d likely be impressed with your willingness to learn how to do it. You don’t need to fake it to impress them. And if you do, is that someone you want to have a sexual relationship with?
I know that for myself, it’s important to be fully open and honest with my sexual partners. That includes discussing things we like, things we don’t like, and things we want to try together. This leads to a more fulfilling relationship for both of us.
How to ACTUALLY Squirt
If you’re interested in learning how to squirt, awesome!
Squirting can be fun and satisfying for both partners. It can also take some work, but it’s worth it for many women.
So if you want to put some time and effort into squirting for real, here’s how.
1. Get Aroused
There are both mental and physical components of squirting. Arousal can help to bring your mind and body into alignment so you are more likely to open yourself up to squirting.
For many women, arousal starts outside of the bedroom.
It can look like going on a fancy date and flirting throughout the evening, or sending naughty text messages throughout the day. As the anticipation builds, so too does the arousal.
You can continue this arousal building in the bedroom.
You don’t want to jump right to sex. Instead, really spend time on the foreplay. This can make a world of difference later in the evening as to whether you’ll be aroused enough to squirt.
2. Prepare Your Environment
For many women, one of the biggest mental blocks when it comes to squirting is the mess.
Let’s face it, squirting isn’t a “clean” activity. However, there are steps you can take to prepare the area so cleanup is minimal.
First, if you have expensive sheets on the bed, strip those off and replace them with a cheaper pair. While you can easily throw them in the wash, you may feel better about doing it to your $30 set from Target than your $260 set from Boll & Branch.
Second, lay down some extra layers of protection. Towels are best as they’re more likely to absorb the fluids.
If you’re really concerned about the mess, then consider doing it on the floor or even in the bathroom. This may not be sexy or even all that comfortable, but it may be the extra push safety net you need for your first time.
You’ll likely find that once you’ve squirted a few times, you’ll become more comfortable with the fluids and the cleanup.
3. Use Lots of Lube
There’s nothing that can be more of a turn-off than having to stop mid-intercourse to re-lube.
Hey, it happens to the best of us! And of course, you should always stop and re-lube if you’re beginning to feel dryness or chafing.
However, when it comes to squirting, timing can be everything. If you lose your rhythm, you may not get it back in that session.
With that in mind, it’s best to use more lube than you think you’ll need upfront.
You should also plan to re-up during transitional times, like from foreplay to intercourse or when changing positions. Just like orgasms, you can never be quite sure when the urge to squirt will sneak up on you. By staying lubed throughout, you can ensure that you’re ready to go when you feel the “call.”
4. Find the Right Position
When it comes to squirting, g-spot stimulation is critical for many women.
This is why finding the “right” position is so important.
Fortunately, you have a few options to choose from so both you and your partner can have a good time.
This spin on the missionary position slightly angles her vagina upwards. This makes it the perfect position for shallow or deep penetration.
How to do it: Lie on your back with your partner on his knees facing you. Place your legs on your partner’s shoulders.
The Soft Serve
The G-spot is located on the anterior (front) wall of the vagina. This position makes it easy for your partner to hit that front wall with minimal effort. It also leaves your clitoris open so you or your partner can stimulate it simultaneously.
How to do it: Get into the spooning position with your partner, with the penetrating partner acting as the bid spoon. Bring up your knees and bend slightly while your partner thrusts up to enter from behind.
The Good Doggy
This variation on Doggy Style ensures a deep penetrative stroke. You can also use this position to rock your hips up and down which will be a pleasure for both you and your partner.
How to do it: Lean on your forearms with your butt in the air. Your partner will kneel behind you and enter you from behind. Adjust the height of your bum as needed.
5. Practice, Practice, Practice
It’s not uncommon for a woman to be unable to squirt the first time. Or the second time. Or the third time.
Just like with any “skill,” some people are naturally good at it while others need practice.
The good news, though, is that practice is certainly fun!
So if you don’t squirt the first few times, don’t give up.
You don’t need to fake squirt to have a good time.
If squirting is important to your partner, then you’ll likely both have more fun while you learn how to do it yourself. And if it’s something you simply want to learn for the heck of it, that’s possible too!
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