The Female Orgasm Ejaculation Phenomenon – Squirting

There are many online discussion topics on the female orgasm ejaculation phenomenon – squirting. Just do a search and you will find thousands of pieces, but they do not give a detailed and conclusive explanation. Most of the content is stereotypical; one copies the other, and does not say anything new. Can women climax and end with a liquid ejaculation? The answer is yes. This phenomenon is known in Japan as squirting; while in Western countries, this phenomenon is called female ejaculation. In this article, I will refer to the female orgasm ejaculation phenomenon as squirting.

It was in early 2005 when I mastered the skills to make a woman squirt. From 2005 to the present, I have had sex with a total of 10 partners, eight of whom experienced the squirt phenomenon. I feel that whether a woman squirts or not depends on her sexual partner’s ability. In theory, every woman should be able to squirt (except in special physiology circumstances), but in reality, the occurrence of the phenomenon of female squirting is definitely rare. My sexual partners experienced the thrill of squirting for the first time in their life! So, one of the aims of this article is for women to read it and psychologically establish the confidence to squirt. The second aim is to allow men to learn some useful knowledge, and let their woman have an extreme orgasm. I will describe the specifics in several sections.

Section I: The types of female orgasm, what is the G-spot orgasm, the relationship between a G-spot orgasm and squirting.

Long ago, people generally believed that the female orgasm is divided into three categories, namely vaginal orgasm, clitoral orgasm, vaginal and clitoris mixed orgasm. This classification now seems incomplete, because people have gradually found another type of climax, which is the G-spot orgasm. I think every man should be very familiar with vaginal orgasms, clitoral orgasms, and clitoral and vaginal mixed orgasms, so they are not described here. Here we will focus on the G-spot orgasm.

What is the G-spot? The G-spot is an erogenous zone 2cm – 3cm deep on the inner vagina wall. This sensitive zone is surrounded by erectile tissue. Using a watch as a metaphor for the round vagina, the G-spot is the 12 o’clock point. Usually this area is no different from other locations on the vaginal wall, but with continued rhythmic stimulation in this region, you can clearly feel the sensitive area swell and harden, and the surface becomes rough. The area size varies, but overall it is bigger than a dollar coin. When the effect of stimulation accumulates up to a certain extent, you can bring on a G-spot orgasm. At the height of the orgasm, there is extreme swelling and the area bulges outward. After the climax, it is restored to its original size. Simply put, a G-spot orgasm is brought on by continued stimulation of the G-spot.

So, what is the relationship between a G-spot orgasm and squirting? According to some expert reports and my personal experience, when the G-spot orgasm comes, most women can also experience the squirting phenomenon. Squirting is mostly caused by a G-spot orgasm, but for women who have become accustomed to squirting, mere stimulation of the clitoris or vagina can also cause squirting. G-spot orgasms are a form of climax that is thorough, complete and intense.

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