Firstly, many thanks to Kayla Lords who very kindly offered to do a guest post on my blog about squirting. It’s a topic I’m especially interested in as I’ve never managed it myself. She also goes on to talk about G-spot stimulation, and that’s a topic close to my heart as well. I know where it is, it’s damn lovely when it’s manipulated ‘just right’ but can I get an orgasm out of it? Hell no. On the plus side, I’m just greedy. I discovered the ‘O’ word early on in life (from the bubble water vents in a swimming pool would you believe – BLUSH!) and I’ve been having plenty of fun ever since. But squirting and G-spot… not yet. So, on that note, over to Kayla 😉
Busting The Myths Behind Squirting
Squirting – the pennacle of female orgasms, an orgasm-induced tinkle, or a myth perpetuated by pornography? Well, as an avid squirter, I’m here to tell you it’s a real thing.
I read blog posts, articles, and personal accounts all the time about how to train yourself to squirt. I can’t speak to that – I discovered it quite by accident.
Up until a few years ago, I’d never even had an orgasm. What I discovered, when I finally started fixing that little problem, was that the reason I didn’t orgasm was because each time I came close to climax, I thought I was going to pee. So, of course, I stopped myself. I wasn’t going to be the girl who peed on her partner during sex. (That’s not one of my kinks.)
It’s Not Urine
One night, in the middle of my masturbatory experimentation, I realized that I was going to have to allow myself to relax, even if I felt like I had to pee, in order to orgasm. It went a little something like this…
“Ok, Kayla [Yes, I talk to myself], if you pee, it’s not the end of the world. You’ll clean up, change your sheets, and try again tomorrow. No one will ever know.”
Fast forward a few minutes later, and I finally relaxed and just rode the tide of pleasure that comes from a squirt-inducing orgasm. Sure enough, fluid gushed out of my body. My hand was soaked. This wasn’t the creamy goodness that I was used to. This was a clear liquid, almost like water.
To be honest, I was a little freaked out that I might have really urinated in my own bed. I got out of bed and turned off the light. The wet spot wasn’t yellow against my white sheets. I leaned forward and delicately sniffed the sheets. No tangy, cloying smell of urine. Then, because I had to know one way or another, I brought my fingers to my mouth, cringing at what I was about to do. My tongue darted in and out. Yes, I licked my own fingers knowing there was a (slim) chance I had just peed all over myself. Don’t judge.
None of my completely scientific and legitimate testing supported the theory of urine. I squirted and it wasn’t pee. Do I know what it is? Of course not – I’m not a real scientist, I only play one in the name of masturbatory investigations.
More than the G-Spot
G-spot orgasms, while quite real, are difficult for me to achieve. I have tapped my own g-spot and had it finger and cock banged until I was a screeching, writhing mess on the bed (and floor). I have also squirted copiously from g-spot stimulation.
If you’re unsure about the g-spot, insert a couple of fingers (or more) and hook them. Now make the “come here” motion with that. Is your head spinning like you’ve been possessed? Then you’ve found it.
My point is that I actually squirt most often from clitoral stimulation. The Hitachi wand pressed to my clit is a recipe for a drowned Hitachi. For me, after the first climax, each subsequent orgasm builds faster and hits harder. If it’s a squirting moment (and it isn’t always), more and more fluid gushes (yes, literally, gushes) from my body.
I’ve become dehydrated from too much squirting before. I tend to sleep very well after a few of those orgasms.
Squirting Happens Outside of Porn
While there are plenty of people who will dispute that squirting is a real thing and claim it’s only a porn thing, I’m here to tell you it’s real. I’m not pushing down on my bladder as one article contends. I’m not rewarding my partner for a “job well done.” Frankly, he loves to make me squirt because he knows those are the orgasms that wring me dry and almost cause me to pass out (almost).
Some people will tell you that you can learn to squirt. Others dispute that, too. I don’t know if that’s true. I will say that it doesn’t really matter if you can squirt. Are you having an orgasm and (hopefully) multiple orgasms? Then who cares if it’s coming out in a big ole gush? Frankly, it’s not always all it’s cracked up to be. Squirting on freshly washed sheets can be maddening…especially if it’s the third time in a week.
So, yes, squirting is real. No it’s not pee. Yes, people in the real world can do it. From my own experience, stimulating the clitoris will cause squirting as will g-spot stimulation. Oh, and as long as you have toe-curling, mind-numbing orgasms, who cares if you get the sheets wet in the process?
Enjoyed that? Yes, I bet you did. You can follow Miss Lords’ blog by clicking here. Have fun practising those orgasms be they G-spot, Squirters or Clitoral 😉