Why Is Squirting Such A Good Thing?

Why Is Female Ejaculation Such A Good Thing?

Let’s move on and discover what female ejaculation can do for a woman!

Well, first of all,  female ejaculation is a natural part of the female sexual response. It is actually an aspect of being feminine, an aspect of being a woman – and beyond that, it’s actually fun….  It’s very sexy for sure, and it’s also psychologically freeing and extremely erotic.

You see, the thing is this: female ejaculation is actually a woman’s birthright and every woman is born with the anatomical structures that allow her to ejaculate with the right stimulation during sexual arousal.

A lot of women have believed that female ejaculation is actually something to do with urination. In fact the fluid is produced during ejaculation is completely distinct from urine.  Check this out here.

And it’s quite understandable that a woman would be scared of peeing, of releasing urine, during sex. So overcoming this doubt can be liberating. And that liberation, that sense of freedom, can spread to other areas of life.

So female ejaculation is not only freeing, but it allows a woman to become more empowered, and it may even be a good way of learning more about your emotional expression.

You see, the thing is, G spot stimulation and female ejaculation can overcome sexual problems that are very common among women (like low libido and low sexual satisfaction) – and on top of that, stimulation of the G spot definitely opens up a woman’s emotions, and this can be a gateway to intimacy and real connection with your partner.

Why Is Female Ejaculation So Powerful?

The G spot appears to be linked to the pelvic nerve, rather than the pudendal nerves which provide sensation to the clitoris. As a result, orgasms produced by G spot stimulation have an emotional component that is missing from clitoral orgasms, and there’s definitely some kind of emotional aspect that seems deeper than the physical pleasure of a clitoral orgasm.

Because the G Spot Holds Sexual Trauma

Sexual wounding – perhaps even every act of unwanted intercourse – numbs the G spot, so that it is insensitive to pleasure and stimulation. Indeed, G spot stimulation may even feel painful. But when healed and awakened to greater pleasure, the G spot becomes a gateway to woman’s full sexual expression. And that includes ejaculation….. which seems to be a natural quality of the Female G Spot.

By any standards, the number of women who know about the G spot what it can do is very limited.

So here’s a primer.

Location of the G spot
Location of the G spot – female prostatic tissue

We know that the G spot is composed of tissue which resembles tissue in the male prostate gland. This tissue performs the same function in women it does in men: to produce prostatic fluid which can be ejaculated.

To reclaim the sexuality associated with the G spot, women need to understand the anatomy of their own bodies, and then explore how the G spot and related tissue functions during sexual arousal.

So let’s start with some basic assertions:

Every woman is capable of ejaculating.

Every woman is born with female prostatic tissue.

Every woman is capable of being stimulated, or stimulating herself in such a way she can learn how to squirt.

Equally, all men are capable of learning how to make a woman squirt.

The first step in every woman’s sexual journey to ejaculation is to understand that it’s entirely possible for all women to learn how to stimulate the G spot and ejaculate. 

How to make a girl squirt

Learning how to ejaculate is a process which all women and their partners can enjoy, but an attitude of acceptance, enthusiasm and interest are very necessary.

And perhaps the first thing that you need to know about is the female anatomy which leads to the capacity to ejaculate or, as it’s becoming more commonly known, to “squirt.”

The tissue that allows ejaculation to take place is tissue which has become known as the urethral sponge.

Location of the G spot
Location of the G spot – female prostatic tissue

This is prostatic tissue which produces fluid is actually located inside the erectile tissue that surrounds the urethra. This is the tissue which forms the G spot.

Most men know how to give a woman an orgasm, in other words, most men know how to make a woman come, through stimulation of the clitoris. But the clitoris is connected to the pudendal nerve, and orgasms which result from clitoral stimulation generally don’t produce ejaculation or squirting.

Also, orgasms produced by clitoral stimulation tend not to be emotional in nature, and as you know, many women can experience multiple orgasms through clitoral stimulation.

But the tissue in the vagina which can produce an orgasm is connected to the pelvic nerve, which is a different nerve complex, and certainly seems to convey a more emotional characteristic to vaginal or G spot orgasms.

Although it’s certainly a controversial idea, there is a sense in which vaginal orgasms are fuller and more rounded than clitoral orgasms. That’s not to say they are not better or worse, they are just different.

To suggest that vaginal orgasms are more “mature” or somehow “better” is reminiscent of Freud’s view that the clitoral orgasm was somehow immature and the vaginal orgasm was the mature orgasm which women needed to strive for. But this isn’t really the right way to express the difference: the truth is that getting into an argument about whether one type of orgasm is more mature or better than another is simply another way of oppressing female sexuality.

A much better approach is for women to experience these for themselves and decide how they like to receive stimulation, what kind of orgasm is most fulfilling, and what they enjoy during sexual pleasuring. 

Particularly if a woman’s been used to coming – in other words, reaching orgasm or cumming – by clitoral stimulation she’s not likely to be squirting, and her man isn’t likely to know how to make a woman squirt.

She’s not likely to know what a G spot orgasm feels like, either. 

So here we are, here’s how it feels: when a woman begins to enjoy combined stimulation of the clitoris and G spot – often with deep vaginal penetration – a blended orgasm begins to develop.

This seems to have an erotic feeling which is centred in the clitoris, but the emotions become longer, more fulfilling, more satisfying and more emotional. And after a blended orgasm, a woman often experiences a creative relaxation with a feeling of deep satisfaction and fulfillment.

Sexual connection with a partner together with loving arousal and orgasm isn’t necessarily the product of clitoral stimulation. But such connection usually comes with an orgasm produced by G spot stimulation.  And the deeper quality of these orgasms is perhaps also reflected in the fact that a lot of women say that to enjoy G spot orgasms, to be fully aware of the possibility of their bodies, they need to be comfortable with sex, comfortable with being wild, uncomfortable with expressing their emotions.

Again, as you may well know, these are things that women have often been inhibited around.

The State Of Mind Needed To Reach A G Spot Orgasm

Emotional trust and safety is both necessary for and a product of G spot stimulation to orgasm. And the freedom to express oneself, to release, both physically and emotionally, is a necessary adjunct to squirting.

All of this requires a woman to really lose herself in the sensations that develop when she has an orgasm.

At the end of the day, to place the focus of this exploration solely on ejaculation is misleading. That’s because ejaculation depends on G spot stimulation, and G spot stimulation will only happen if the G spot is actually sensitive (or has been sensitized by sexual healing).