“H ow can I make my girl squirt?”
Yeah, as a sex educator I get that question a lot. It seems that some men are fascinated by female ejaculation. I get it. It can be the ultimate sexual validation, particularly since there’s so much talk around the challenges of getting a woman to orgasm. As obsessed as some dudes are with squirting, most folks, women included, don’t know much about this way of cumming—or that there are three other ways she can nut. Want to know if you’re hitting it right? Learn more about the four forms of female ejaculation and make her scream your name…and soak the bed.
There are two ways women can ejaculate. The first is what is called urinary bladder discharge (that’s squirting) and the second is prostate ejaculation.
Squirting v. P. Ejaculation
How do you know if a woman is squirting? The color tells the story. If a woman is squirting, a clear fluid with no smell shoots out of the vagina in copious amounts. This fluid can be mixed with urine if the bladder is not emptied before sex, but that’s not its primary composition (so it won’t have a “pee smell”). But be clear, this fluid is being emitted from her bladder. Researchers are still unclear about why this happens. One theory connects this ejaculation to the endocrine system’s activation during female sexual arousal. When her body is aroused, the system is activated and the kidneys pull water from all over the body and dump the H2O into the bladder. The water is then released during orgasm.
Hitting the G Spot
Prostate ejaculation is produced by the female prostate, or g spot. Its milky and viscous fluid is similar to semen (think of it as the female version of nutting). The fluid is more watery and has no reproductive value (remember, men have sperm in their semen), but it contains prostate specific antigen (PSA), which classifies it as “prostatic fluid.” This prostatic fluid is created by the g spot during arousal and is emitted from the urethra in no more than two teaspoons. This fluid flows out versus the projected release that happens during squirting.
Beyond urethral ejaculations, there are two types of vaginal emissions: gushing and creaming. When a woman gushes, a significant amount of moisture is released from the vagina during penetration. You may experience this as an immense amount of wetness flowing down your penile shaft or in your hands, or her vaginal walls may become significantly more slippery.
The last form of vaginal ejaculation is referred to by the Tao as “cream essence of woman.” In the Taoist tradition, practitioners believe that this thick, white viscous fluid is the distilled essence of a woman and this creamy cum is produced during penetration. The source of this fluid is unknown. Taoists believe that a man who can make a woman’s vagina cream is a mighty lover indeed! So if you’re seeing her vagina cream while you penetrate, you’re doing something right.
When you pay attention, you may find that you’re making her body cum in more ways than one. High states of arousal and relaxation prompt a woman to orgasm. If you want to make her squirt or cream, make sure to spend an ample amount of time on foreplay and intimate relaxation.
For more information about squirting ejaculation, check out this video.
Glamazon Tyomi is CASSIUS’ resident sexpert. Find out more about what makes her a pro here.