Squirting is a powerful sensation that can lead to a mind-blowing orgasm. In order to make her squirt, you need to be very consistent with your manual stimulation techniques.
It’s also important to know that ejaculation can vary a lot from person to person. Some may feel a release of pressure, while others might feel a rise in temperature and tremors.
Use the right lube
The most important thing you can do if you want to make your girl squirt is to have the right lube on hand. A good rule of thumb is to always have at least a few drops of water-based lube, preferably glycerin-free. These types of lubes are best for vaginal and anal use, as well as masturbation. They’re also the safest to use with latex condoms, as they won’t trap bacteria in the vulva, as oil- or petroleum-based lubes can.
Another option is to try a silicone-based lube, but be warned that these tend to be stickier than other types of lubes. They’re also less compatible with silicone sex toys, as they can break down the material over time. Lastly, you could try a natural lube that’s free of additives like parabens and fragrances. These types of lubes tend to be the most affordable, and many women say they can still provide the same amount of pleasure as more expensive options.
Squirting is a natural part of a woman’s sexual experience. In fact, it’s often a sign that she’s reaching climax. Some women describe squirting as the expulsion of milky liquid from the urethra during climax, although it’s not technically urine (which would come out of the bladder). Rather, squirting is caused by a high state of arousal and relaxation, which leads to the release of fluid from the body.
Find the right spot
Unlike the clitoris, which is visible and easy to locate, the G spot is hidden inside the vagina and requires more exploration. It’s a spongy area of tissue that is walnut-sized and located about 2 inches below the cervix or opening of the vagina. When stimulated, the area can feel like a clitoris and can trigger ejaculation and other orgasms.
It can be harder to find during sex, but you can try stimulating it with your hands while she is lying down or squatting. You can also try tracing a line from her belly button to the top of her pubic bone, then pressing around the area with your fingers until you feel it. It’s important to remember that every woman is different, and G-spot stimulation may not be pleasurable for some women.
Many people mistakenly assume that the G spot is near the urethra, but it’s actually closer to the bladder. That’s why you might feel like you have to pee when you stimulate it, but don’t be discouraged if the sensation doesn’t turn into an orgasm. It’s all about experimenting and finding what works best for her.
Give her the right stimulation
The key is to stimulate her clitoral hood rather than directly touching it. Direct, external stimulation of the clitoris is not an orgasm trigger for all women, and it can be painful if she’s so aroused that her vulva starts swelling in response. It’s much better to warm her up with a lot of kissing, licking and slow-motion make out before moving on to the internal clitoral stimulation. Start with the G-spot, which is less of a “spot” than an area, and focus on using your middle and ring fingers to offer pressure-based stimulation in a rocking horse motion. Then move on to tracing slow circles or rapidly lateral micro-strokes around her clitoral hood.
When she’s at the peak of her orgasm, it can be a real turn on if she squirts fluid into your mouth. Some women dribble, others gush a full half-cup of liquid. It all depends on her chemistry and what kind of pleasure she’s looking for.
Foreplay is a must in any sexual relationship, and the same goes for making her cum. If you spend enough time on body, breast and womb/yoni massage, arousing music, sexy make out sessions and other intimate activities, you may be surprised at just how easy it is to reach the ultimate orgasm of female ejaculation. This is an extremely pleasurable sensation that will both physically and sexually arouse her for future acts of lovemaking.
Give her the right attention
There isn’t a single technique that will work for every woman. But the more attention you can give her, the better. This is why it’s important to spend time on foreplay and intimate relaxation before making a move to get her into the pleasure zone.
Once you’ve gotten her to this point, it’s essential to pay close attention to how she reacts to different stimulation techniques and find out what turns her on. Remember, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to getting women to ejaculate, so don’t be afraid to experiment and find the perfect combination of strokes, taps, pressure, and speed.
Another key factor in making her squirt is the level of arousal she’s in during penetration. A heightened state of arousal can cause more blood flow to the clitoris and vagina, which means that there’s more liquid available for her urethral exit.
When it comes to female ejaculation, there are two main types: gushing and creaming. Gushing is the more dramatic of the two, with some women able to shoot out a substantial amount of fluid. While creaming is less explosive, it can still be very satisfying for both parties. And, just like gushing, the amount of liquid produced varies from woman to woman, with some dribbling and others delivering a full-on stream.