Fake and/or real squirting... I'm a fan.
I gotta ask....
Obviously this is a talent which I do not possess, but it's one I find a bit disturbing anyway. I know loads of guys that are completely ga-ga over girls who squirt and I just don't get it! What is it that's so desirable about it?
Why do you find it disturbing? Its not so much a talent as just something that can happen, if it ever happens to you,you'll know why people go on about it.....it feels amazing.
Maybe disturbing was a poor choice of words. It's just not attractive to me in the slightest and I find it vaguely gross. I understand the fact that squirting and pissing are two seperate things, but they look entirely the same and I'm not in the least turned on by pissing...maybe that's my hang up.
Ah maybe. I dont think perhaps that for most its as much of a "turn on" so much as a great pleasure taken in being able to produce that kind of bodily reaction in someone. As I say,the personal experience of it is wonderful, but I can understand that seeing someone else do it wouldnt make me overly wet. (When its forced though,thats a different matter )
I fully admit that I might feel entirely different about it all if I knew what it felt like, but as I don't......
i never spuirted before...
My wife squirts, gushes and yes I love that she does. I had just noticed the post, as well as the questions as to weither or not any female can experience ejaculation. I'm no expert on the subject. More or less curious about what it is, where it comes from etc. Anyway, according to "experts" not all women are capable of ejaculation, but many find that their first ejaculation experience came from massaging their G-spot. The response can vary from a light sprinkle to a huge gush.
The difference between women who squirt and those that don't is in the number and size of their pariurethral glands. They are analogous to the hundreds of tiny glands that constitute the male's prostate gland. A women's response to direct stimulation of the G-spot is identical to the response of males when their prostate is stimulated. The first few seconds of stimulation produces a strong feeling that they have to urinate. This feeling lasts for two to ten seconds, maybe longer, before changing to a distinctly sexual enjoyment.
Although women may feel a slight need to urinate right before ejaculation, the fluid is definitely not urine. Nor does it come from the Bartholin gland which produces a milky, odorless secretion that helps lubricate the vagina when sexually aroused. It's likely that women when faced with this sensation hold back their sexual response to keep from wetting on their partners. This may also explain why some females never have orgasms - they've learned early that to avoid the embarrassment of urinating during sex, they have to hold back.
Another thing to consider is that it is common for writers of porn films and erotic books to make it appear that male ejaculations "shoot" or "spurt". But the truth be known, in most males the semen merely exudes from the meatus or is propelled with so little force that the liquid is not carried more than a very small distance beyond the tip of the penis. In short, most males ooze rather than shoot. Their semen doesn't spurt, it dribbles out.
Similarly, if a woman expels fluid other than urine from her urethra, she shouldn't have to make it squirt for it to qualify as ejaculation. The fact that many women don't notice it since its not a powerful squirt contributes to the under-reporting of female ejaculation.
I have to say,I have only experienced squirting through clitoral stimulation. However, when I was younger, I used to have what the doctor thought was an issue with my Bartholin gland,it would occasionally swell and get really sore. The doctor thought it was a hair folicle issue, and said if it got worse I would need it cauterising. I just shaved my entire downstairs region, and the problem disappeared. I have never had it in 7 years, which is also about the same amount of time Ive been squirting.
Thank you very much for this detailed information Sir. My curiosity is most piqued! It interests me. I am pretty sure I am not a 'squirter'. However, the way you have described things, I can relate too very much. I am indeed g-spot orgasmic, and multi-orgasmic. And when my g-spot is appropriately stimulated, I do indeed get that feeling that I 'need to pee'. But it does go away, and arousal becoms intense. Again, I don't know if it is the same thing or not, and I am normally very well lubricated naturally, I do find that after a 'g-spot' orgasm, I am definitely wetter (sometimes soaked even). But I don't think I or any Masters (or boyfriends for that matter), have or would ever relate it to 'squirting'. But! You certainly have me thinking about it and wondering. I think I will do a bit of research also, to see if might be possible for a non-squirter to become a squirter. Perhaps with the right practice and stimulation from the right partner. Slow, gentle...with the goal being to squirt, if it might be possible to make it happen if I am relaxed enough? Slut Toni loves learning!
Thank you again, Sir.
@ Toni -
I think you're definately on the right track when considering practice and stimulation from the right partner. That can definately be very helpfull, however slow, gentle or relaxed might not necessarily achieve your goal. The G-spot responds to pressure rather than to touch. Gently stroking is not likely to get any results. It's more like massaging a pea under a mattress - one has to compress the flesh to properly stimulate it.
Details are provided for anyone interested:
If you're going to use a partner to help you experiment, I would suggest that you lie on your back with your knees bent. Have your partner insert their middle and ring fingers (index and pinky pointed downward in the direction of your thigh's) and bend the middle and ring fingers gently up, around and behind the pubic bone. Beyond the rather rough-surfaced tissue immediately behind the pubic bone, your partner's fingertips will encounter a very soft, smooth area. Have your partner go very slowly, communicate what you feel as he/she explores this smooth area, which will feel to them like the inside of a very slippery mitten. When he/she straightens their fingers and reach further inside, they'll encounter a hard, rubbery structure that feels like an erect nipple pointing south. This is your cervix. The G-spot is somewhere just his/her side of the cervix, about an inch beyond the mitten, in the flesh immediately in front of the vagina.
Have them imagine they're holding a tennis ball on those two inserted fingers. An area about the size of a grape in the center of the tennis ball is what they're trying to reach. It can be anywhere along that two-or-three inch long area between the pubic bone and the cervix. Have them explore slowly, allowing for your feedback - guide their fingers with your words if you can feel their stimulation.
For your partner:
When you reach in from the front with the woman on her back, the heel of your hand is over her clitoris while your fingers hook around her pubic bone. Pull upwards, as if you're trying to lift her off the bed. Do this with the same sort of rhythm you'd use fucking, and keep your fingers hooked, so they press deep into the tissue.
There is actually an excellent video on redtube that demonstrates this: http://www.redtube.com/15878
Well described and applaud your excellent instructions and attention to detail.
If I may be so bold; I'd like to add a point or two to your comments. Typically, if you stand to the side of your partner and reach between their thighs to perform the necessary finger actions you'll find the following:
1) Your fingers will not tire quickly and both are more comfortable
2) Your hand will naturally curve to the countours of her channel; finding the g-spot becomes easier
3) Your thumb is now available to stimulate the clit
4) If you are righty then be on her right and if you are lefty be on her left.
5) Finally, your other hand is available to pinch a nipple while your mouth sucks and bites the other.
6) Also, your hand becomes a natural water shield; keeping that sexy liquid to a reasonable area. I've had women soak my entire body. It really is spectacular.
7) But most important of all, this position allows you to maintain continual eye contact and reassurance with your partner or submissive or bottom. Absolutely critical to achieve maximum volume.
I guarantee the orgasmic eruption that will occur will be worth talking about the next morning.
I keep a stack of the double lined satin / velvet water proof sheets for my bed and carpets. I was going through to many bed sheets performing this activity.
Also, don't be afraid, embarrassed or make a big deal of it if your partner ends up pissing on you. You'll survive. Sometimes your fingers will press the wrong button and sometimes you throw them so deep over the edge during this play that they lose bladder control. Remember, the locations are not very far apart and no two G-spots are made the same. Some are fleshy, others are round and swollen. What ever you do...keep the embarrassment to yourself. Women are very self-conscience about squirting and you can mentally scar her for life if you don't keep it sexy and upbeat. Be kind, don't wine. The results are well worth the effort! A true Master enjoys achieving this type of orgasm in their prey.
As for the person who said squirting has no place in BDSM; what exactly does have a place in BDSM?! With all do respect, BDSM doesn't judge nor decide what is right or wrong for play time. If both are happy; then it is right for "you".
Imagine you had the keys to heaven and only you could turn the key. Squirting results from some very intense orgasms. When you see the squirt; you've opened the gates to heaven. That's power and control. You are now the Master of her sex life. What isn't great about that? It's not the act; it is the symbolized outcome.
Women are amazing creatures. You give them the equivalent of "1" in the bedroom and they'll give you the equivalent of "10" back. If "1" is the squirt; imagine what the "10" will be for you!
My submissive has now become so connected to me that she will go down on me for hours giving me a multi-orgasmic session. This started by me connected to her G-spot and embracing it. Really, there is a whole other level sexual ectasy to be achieved. Squirting is one of the ways to get there.
For Porcelain, It might help you to know that you can experience this for yourself since you are unsure if you can squirt and/or uncomfortable with the idea. I learned squirting on my own then showed my partner. (Thanks SAS, for showing him squirting which made him very curious.) This is not unusual for women to squirt by self-stimulation first. I'm sure Kylie Ireland would not mind you reading her blog about squirting - it was helpful to me. If you can experience squirting (and I have never urinated) the science of it will not be a concern. I don't care where it comes from - I Love It.
My girlfriend of 2 months squirts at least half the time we have sex. I could make her squirt everytime if I wanted but thats alot of laundry to do. She told me that she has only squirted a couple times in the past but my cock is the perfect fit, last time I made her squirt 3 times, yummy we luv it.