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6 Steps To Make Your Girl Squirt Effortlessly – Pleasure Overload Guaranteed

Our guide to making girls squirt

If you’re ready to make your female partner tremble with delight, and if you’d like to bring her to a climax so powerful that she squirts, then you’re in the right place.

With the help of this 6-step guide, you’ll learn just how to bring your woman effortlessly to one of the best orgasms of her life – the squirting orgasm!

From removing distractions in the bedroom to the exact fingering techniques you should be using, I will show you all that you need to know to get her there.

Just look at this comment from the School Of Squirt private Facebook group…

Facebook comment about wife first squirting orgasm

So, if you’re ready to provide your woman with an experience so intense she’ll be begging you for more, check out the tips outlined below.

Tip #1: Make Preparations Which Will Set the Mood

My squirting lessons and tips

The rest of this guide is absolutely useless without this first part. After all, you can’t expect your woman to be in the mood if you can’t even take the time to make it possible for her.

It’s your job to erase all cares and distractions from your partner’s mind. Instead, you want her to only have thoughts of the pleasure that’s to come.

So, what are some small preparations you can make which will have a big impact?

  • Get rid of distractions – Clutter, both physical and mental, can really put a damper on the experience before you even begin. This is why it’s vital that you clear the area of clutter and remove or hide electronic devices.
  • Aromatherapy as an arousal methodLavender has been shown to induce relaxation while, at the same time, bringing females to heightened arousal. So, whether you spark up some candles or place a bit of incense in just the right places, you can use sense of smell to get your woman ready.
  • Do away with harsh lighting – Soft, gentle lighting, such as from flickering candles and low-light lamps, will bring her relaxation and set the mood for later.

  • Make a playlist – Create a soft and sensual playlist for you and your partner to enjoy.
  • Take care of your grooming needs – From shaving your prickly beard to trimming your fingernails, it’s necessary to take care of your hygiene needs in order to provide your lover with a truly enjoyable (and pain-free!) encounter.

Tip #2: Find the Position That’s Right for Her

Whether you’re just getting ready for foreplay, or you’d like to start stimulating her clitoris and vagina with the tips outlined in tips 4 and 5, the position she’s in can make or break the experience.

Here’s a simple position which will give you full access to her clitoris and g-spot, while also ensuring that she is comfortable and relaxed to the fullest:

  1. First, have her lie on her back.
  2. Now, either with her legs bent at the knee or flat against the bed, have her spread her legs. If her knees are bent, she can let her legs hang in an almost frog-like position. This will stretch and relax the muscles in the thighs.
  3. Last, be sure to have a pillow resting just under her buttocks. This will tilt her pelvis slightly, making it possible for both vaginal and clitoral stimulation during foreplay, stimulation, and intercourse.

You could even try this special ‘inverted spiderman’ technique. Just hang her head off the edge of the bed and you’ll be able to hit her g-spot in the perfect position.

How to make her squirt using the inverted spiderman technique

The inverted spiderman technique lets you hit her g-spot at the perfect angle.

Now that she’s in the right position, let’s move on to some physical stimulation.

Tip #3: Focus on the Foreplay

Even more than the environment, preparing your partner – both mentally and physically – for the experience is absolutely necessary if you want her to climax, and especially if you want her to squirt.

With the help of the foreplay techniques below, you can get started getting your woman into the proper mood:

Whisper sweet nothings – Whether your partner enjoys the gentle brush of your breath against her ear, or the sound of dirty talk gets her going, this step can be used to titillate and tease.

Utilize sensual massage – To get your night off to an exhilarating start, why not take some time to give your partner a sensual rubdown? There are various massage techniques you can incorporate into this part of the evening, and you can always take cues from your partner to see what’s a hit and what’s a miss.

Locate her erogenous zones – Just like men, women have a few ultra-sensitive spots that, with the right stimulation, can make arousal easy. You may have an idea what some of the most obvious erogenous zones are, but take a chance to try out these 7 lesser-known hot spots for the ultimate experience.

Protip: Some men may find it difficult to determine which spots their partner find to be most sensitive. This need not be an issue, as long as you communicate and pay special attention to her physical cues.

If your partner cannot tell you what she likes, and if you are unable to read her cues, at this moment in time, squirting will not happen. Instead, you must first work on breaking down these walls in your relationship.

Tip #4: Invest in (a lot of) High-Quality Lube

If there’s one thing to splurge on when it comes to bringing your woman pleasure, it’s a high-quality lubricant which will make this sexual escapade much more fun, both for you and for her.

You really can never use too much lube.

With this in mind, let’s go over some g-spot stimulating steps you can take:

  1. Apply lube liberally to her clitoris, inside her vagina, and to your fingers and palm.
  2. Stimulate her clitoris with a combination of digital and oral manipulation.
  3. Slowly insert your middle finger into her vagina, keeping your palm face up. Curl your fingertip and perform a “come hither” motion with your finger on the frontal wall of her vagina.
  4. While you don’t want to provide overstimulation, after a few minutes, you should be able to add another finger and test out a variety of other stimulation techniques in order to keep her aroused and interested. How will you know when it’s time? As your partner becomes more aroused, her vaginal wall will swell. This swelling will let you know she’s ready for more stimulation and getting closer to climax.
  5. Moving deeper inside her, locate her g-spot (a spongy structure, anywhere from the size of dime to the size of a quarter when stimulated) about 2-3 inches within her vagina, and take note of its location because you’ll need easy access for the tip below.
  6. My favourite lubricant is actually grapeseed oil. It cheap, easy to buy, free from harsh chemicals and its perfect for squirting.

Keep in mind, your partner may complain of an urge to urinate. This is absolutely normal, and you should assure her that she need not worry.

In order to squirt, she will need to feel completely comfortable around you, and providing her with reassurance that that a bit of urine isn’t anything that will freak you out will help her to relax and let go.

Tip #5: Combine Clitoral and Vaginal Stimulation for Electrifying Results

I mentioned above that the right position will ensure you’re able to stimulate the vagina and clitoris at the same time. But, what makes this so important?

The clitoris, while certainly the most sensitive part of her genitals, isn’t the only place she craves stimulation.

So, to provide her with a body-rocking, breath-taking, and moan-inducing orgasm, you’ll want to take extra special care to provide both the clitoris and vagina with equal amounts of attention.

Fortunately for you, there’s a well-defined technique for doing so, and here it is:

  1. Using your non-dominant hand, place pressure directly on your partner’s pubic bone. This pressure will provide you with better leverage, and also keep her stable while she squirms from delight.
  2. Now, with your middle and ring fingers gently grazing the g-spot (see tip #4 to learn how to locate the g-spot), you’re going to place your palm face up and allow it to rest upon her clit. (For this to work, you’ll either need to kneel or stand facing towards her.)
  3. With your palm applying gentle, yet firm pressure to the clit, begin to move your fingers in a “come hither” motion, gentle stroking the g-spot.
  4. Move your hand up and down while still stroking the g-spot. This can be a bit tricky, but in time, you’ll get the technique just right.
  5. Eventually, you’ll want to speed up your movements. Don’t go so fast and hard that you lose control, but instead keep pace which allows you to continue in a rhythmic motion. At times, you may feel as if you’re being too rough. But, as long as your partner is enjoying the encounter, continue at the pace which provides the most stimulation.
  6. As your partner comes closer to climax, you’ll notice an increase in sharp inhalations, moans, and squirms. Keep up the same levels of speed and pressure, and in no time your partner (as well as your hand and the bed) will be dripping wet from her own ejaculation.
  7. As a bonus, once your partner begins to cum, keep your palm placed firmly against her clitoris. This will maximize the intensity of feelings and pleasure without causing overstimulation.

Tip #6: Focus More on the Experience Than the Goal

You may be focused on bringing your partner to climax and getting her to squirt, but don’t let that be the main goal.

Instead, focus on the overall experience and let her pleasure and climax be a byproduct of the encounter.

Men find it hard to understand how women become aroused, because its so different from men.

For most men, its a sprint to the finish line – but for when the arousal cycle can go up and down, through plateaus and peaks.

 

The female arousal model makes her wet

The female arousal model as theorised by some lucky scientists.

Especially for women who have never ejaculated before, getting them to that point can take a lot of time and patience. You may need to tweak the techniques as you go along, but eventually you and your partner will get into the groove that’s right for you.

And, once she’s cum once, she’s bound to want to cum again and again.

So, take your time and really enjoy the experience.

Bonus Tip #7: Use a Bit of Help

There’s no shame in needing a bit of help from time to time, and there’s a few tools you can use to make this process much easier.

First, consider bringing some toys into the bedroom. There are a variety of toys – from vibrators to g-spot stimulators to dildos – which can aid you in getting your partner to a screaming, squirting orgasm.

Second, if you’re having trouble mastering the above techniques, you may need a more thorough guide to female arousal and ejaculation.

Here’s what I like to do…

Go out and buy one of those vibrating cock rings (durex have some good ones that are available at most convenience stores…)

Durex vibrating cock ring

Now what you can do is, instead of using the vibrating part for your self, you can gently hold the vibrating part against her clit with one hand…

Whilst using your other hand to finger her in exactly the way I’ve described before.

This powerful combination of vibration stimulating her clit, and fingers hitting her g-spot is too much for most women to handle and they’ll almost always burst open with sprays of lovely pussy juice.

How do I know this technique works???

Here’s how…

Soaked bedsheets Whatsapp message

And…

If you’re feeling really cheeky (and experimental) you can see if she likes having an additional (lubricated) finger inserted up her bum.

This adds another dimension of pleasure to the equation…

and gives her an even stronger feeling of being ‘full’ which women love.

Or you could try using a butt plug, to give her that ‘full’ feeling without needing to use an additional fingers.

Massage and Squirting: A Powerful Combination

In the guide above, I briefly mentioned massage as a foreplay technique to induce relaxation and ignite desire. Massage, however, can also be used as a tool to guide your partner towards orgasm and squirting.

Sensual massage has been used around the world for centuries, and its techniques have been refined and improved upon ever since its use began.

But how can you bring sensual massage into the bedroom, and how can you use it to bring your partner to climax?

Like other forms of massage, the main focus of sensual massage is relaxation.

A byproduct of sensual massage also tends to be sexual arousal and, ultimately, release. And, while this byproduct is certainly desired by both you and your partner, it should never be the main focus of your sensual massage sessions.

Keep in mind: The main barrier for women who feel they are unable to squirt is tension and shame. Both of these manifest in the body, causing tight muscles and knots.

With continued massage sessions, however, you can help your partner to work out their kinks and relax them to the point that they are more open and willing to let go.

You can introduce sensual massage in a number of ways. The majority of women will respond positively, and you may find that your partner is just as excited to receive it as you are to give it.

Foreplay technique sensual massage

One way to introduce it is to begin with a full body massage, slowly working your way towards the more erogenous areas of her body.

You can perform a once-over massage, moving from head to toe, and then tracing back to the areas in which she showed the most reaction.

Doing this multiple times, you can create the desired result of increased arousal and make it so that climax, once stimulation occurs, is almost instantaneous.

The method which combines clitoral and vaginal stimulation in Tip #5 is the best way to stimulate your partner following the sensual massage.

Frequently Asked Questions on Squirting

Alie warms up with her hose pipe.

Some girls just know how to do it right

There’s quite a bit of mystery surrounding the subject of female ejaculation. Hoping to dispel these myths so you and your partner can begin to enjoy the adventure that is squirting, I’ve compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions on the subject.

Q1: What exactly is female ejaculate?

Contrary to popular belief, female ejaculate is NOT urine.

In fact, the fluids released during the act of squirting have actually been found to be quite similar to male ejaculate without sperm.

But if not the bladder, where does this fluid come from?

In a 2007 research study, scientists utilized ultrasound technology and endoscopy of the urethra to find the source. The ultrasound revealed the presence of a structure, similar to the male prostate.

This structure, known informally as the Skene’s gland, is located close to the G-spot, and surrounds the entire length of the urethra.

When compared to the chemical composition of voided urine, researchers found that the released fluid contained prostate plasma and shows that the fluid’s origin is the Skene’s gland and not the bladder.

Q2: Is squirting healthy?

Squirting can provide women with both physical and emotional health benefits.

Physically, squirting as a form of release will reduce stress levels and boost the production of endorphins, the body’s “happy” hormones.

Emotionally, squirting can increase the bond between you and your partner, and create a deep sense of intimacy and love.

Q3: Can all women squirt?

Biologically speaking, all women have the physical attributes necessary to squirt. Emotionally, however, there may be a few barriers in place which make squirting difficult or “impossible” for a number of women.

With the proper coaching and a good deal of trust, even the most bashful of woman can be brought to a squirting orgasm.

G-spot diagram

All women have a g-spot, so in theory they should all be able to squirt. Psychological and emotional issues are typically what stops her ejaculating, not the physical side of things.

Q4: Is there a way to tell if a woman is better able to squirt than other women?

The best indication of a woman’s ability to squirt is the openness and trust she feels in her partner. Of course, any woman can squirt with patience and effort on the part of her partner.

Surprisingly, there is also a physical attribute which may indicate the ability to squirt more easily. This attribute is known as squirter’s dimples, and they are the small indentations located on both sides of the lower back, just above the buttocks.

Q5: How can I get my partner to squirt?

If your partner has yet to experience squirting, you may think that squirting just isn’t something she’s capable of.

As mentioned above, any women can squirt. There are emotional blocks, however, which can make squirting rather difficult and seemingly impossible.

There are a few things you can do to get your partner to squirt.

First and foremost, the trust which your partner has in you and in your relationship will make or break her ability to squirt. For women, arousal is just as much (if not more) emotional as it is physical.

Communication enhances arousal

This means taking the time to build up your partner’s trust, as well as connecting on a deep, emotional level, will make it possible for your partner to squirt.

Second, it’s vital that you create an environment in which relaxation and comfort is the main focus. The suggestions outlined in Tip #1 above will provide you with the information you need to create the perfect setting.

Q6: Can I make squirting easier for my partner to achieve?

Even women who have been known to squirt before may find it difficult or time consuming.

Practice does make perfect, so just taking the time to focus on your partner’s sexual needs will do a lot to improve her abilities.

Other things to keep in mind are stimulation techniques, as well as cue reading. You always want to focus on your partner’s responses to your touch, as this will guide you in the right direction. Once you understand her cues, helping her to climax will become a breeze.

The best way to make it easier for her to squirt is to get her to practice the kegel exercise.

This tones and strengthens the vaginal muscles allowing her pussy to contract more powerfully, and therefore squirt more easily.

One simple kegel exercise is to lie flat on the floor with knees bent up, then raise up the bum and contract/flex the vaginal muscles.

Kegel exercises for women

Q7: Why does my partner feels like she has to pee?

The main complaint of many women who have yet to master the art of squirting is the inability to distinguish between the need to pee and the urge to squirt.

The simple fact is, for beginning squirters, there is no difference between these two feelings.

As the Skene’s gland is located in close proximity to the bladder, women who have to yet to experience the feeling of squirting will assume they need to pee. As a woman becomes more accustomed to squirting, however, the feelings will become more distinct and easily distinguishable.

What can you do until she has gotten to that point?

If your partner feels the urge to pee and this is holding her back from squirting, there’s still some issues which need to be addressed. Ask your partner to talk about her fears, and use this time to reassure her.

Q8: Does squirting always occur at the same time as orgasm?

The squirting orgasm, so commonly depicted in pornography, isn’t always the way in which things go down.

While the majority of women will squirt during orgasm, it is possible for her to squirt between orgasms, or even without reaching orgasm at all.

Q9: How can I get her to squirt during orgasm?

If you find your partner is having trouble orgasming and squirting at the same time, there may be a psychological block which is limiting her abilities.

That your partner is able to squirt while with you is a fantastic first step. Now, it’s time to work on any stresses or troubles that may be blocking her from orgasming, or keeping her from experiencing a squirting orgasm.

Q10: What should I do while she squirts?

This may be the first time you’ve ever brought a partner to the point of squirting. If so, you’re likely worried that your actions during and after will turn her off from squirting again in the future.

Remember, as a natural and extremely enjoyable experience, your partner should never be made to feel discouraged for squirting. To foster positive feelings, be there – physically and emotionally.

Continue to perform the sexual act which caused her to squirt, such as intercourse of stimulation of the G-spot. This will prolong her pleasurable feelings and show her that you want her to enjoy herself.

After the encounter, ask her what she liked and what she wishes you would have done. Your partner knows her body, and she can best tell you what she’d like you to do in the future to intensify the experience.

Q11: How many times can my partner squirt in a single session?

Unlike men, women don’t have a refractory period. This means that squirting multiple times in a single session is absolutely possible.

If your partner is new to squirting, don’t expect multiple squirting orgasms during her first few sessions. As she becomes more comfortable, though, squirting more than once can certainly occur.

One thing to keep in mind is how dehydrating squirting can be. Provide your partner with ample fluids, preferably some with electrolytes, in order to replenish her hydration levels.

Q12: What can my partner do to increase the number of times she can squirt?

If your partner wants to improve the quality and quantity of her squirting, the best thing she can do is to work on her pelvic muscles.

Kegal exercises can provide your partner with the ability to better control her squirting, and it will make her more confident in her abilities.

Q13: Can sex take place after squirting?

Squirting is a sure sign that your lover is fully aroused. This means that intercourse after squirting can be the perfect time to bring your partner to vaginal orgasm, and it may also help her to squirt during intercourse as opposed to just squirting from g-spot stimulation.

Q14: Is there a technique I can use to prolong her pleasure?

The technique you’re looking for is called “squirt stacking,” and it takes a lot of practice to get just right.

Essentially, this technique involves you bringing your female partner as close to squirting as possible, and then backing off the stimulation.

Female arousal cycle leading to longer more powerful orgasms

See you her arousal level can cycle, reaching peaks and then falling again? Well this can end up creating one almighty orgasm when you finally do bring her to climax.

Once you get the hang of this, you can perform this multiple times in one session, bringing your partner so close to squirting that she’s begging for release, and then toning back your stimulation so as to still pleasure her but avoid her climaxing as long as possible.

By the time she finally releases, however, the intensity and duration may provide her with the most pleasure she’s ever felt in her life.

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6 comments
Jennifer says

I’ve personally only ever had one guy make me squirt, and it was using his tongue and fingers. It was my first time so I was a little unsure to start with but, when he did it again I started loving it more and more. I wish more guys knew how to do it properly.

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Carty says

I really want to make my girlfriend squirt. We’ve only been together a few weeks but it sounds like so much fun. Thanks for the tips

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Gazza says

Once I was in Kiew, Ukraine on holiday. I met this beautiful blonde girl and we ended up going back to my apartment after a few drinks.

To my complete surprise, after about 5 minutes of having sex she abruptly squirted, literally drenching the bedsheets (and me.) It was totally awesome. I don’t know if it was really anything I was doing, maybe it was the perfect angle.

After that happened I really wanted to do it again with every other girl, so I found myself looking for more information on how to make a women squirt online.

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Jayce says

This is some great information, I can’t wait to try it out as soon as I get home tonight.

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Derrick G says

What’s the best way to introduce your girlfriend to squirting? I mean, do you just come straight out and try it immediately, or do you tell her what you’re going to try and do. Maybe we could just go through your squirting course together?

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    Laura Halliday says

    Honestly it changes for each situation, but if you have a long term partner I would recommend going through our Triggers course together.

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