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    Question What is Squirting?

    Hi lovely gentlemen of EI community.

    Recently, curiously, I'm getting lots of questions if I really do squirting, which is listed in my favorites.
    But, what is squirting? do you gentlemen knows?

    Do you think it is something that we women can do, just like that.. "ok, now I'll squirt!" ?
    No, We cannot, I always answer "Yes, I can TRY do it with you".

    So, If you are going to see a lady ONLY because she says she does "squirting" be aware,
    She can do it OR NOT, she can't TRULY do it whenever she wants! It will mostly depends on YOU, if she fells good with you and if you give her the right amount of pleasure.

    WHY all of this? Please read bellow.

    Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_ejaculation


    But I foudn this one, I think its easily understandeble.
    http://www.thesexmd.com/squirting-really/

    What is Squirting, Really?

    If you were to ask most people to describe female ejaculation, they would probably describe what is most often seen in porn and adult magazines—a gush of fluid from a woman’s vulva at the point of (real or enacted) orgasm. It’s been elevated to the point of a mystical phenomenon that allegedly intensifies the experience of orgasm for women and is seen by men as not just proof of pleasure, but also as proof of orgasm. But what is really happening here?

    Squirting has become the big sexual fad over the last twenty years.

    This gush is referred to as squirting and it is presented as a dramatic orgasmic response that is sometimes touted as a higher form of orgasm—something that women “should” strive to have or would make their orgasm more intense. There are countless men trying to figure out how to make their female partners squirt and even classes for women who want to learn how to squirt. But what are these women really learning? If you look closely at what is taught you will see significant pressure to the area of the G-Spot that overlies the erectile tissue and glands of the urethra, as well as lessons in coordinating release of the pelvic floor muscles while bearing down. These actions together flatten out the angle between the urethra and the bladder, making it much more difficult for a woman to keep urine in her bladder.

    Is squirting the same thing as female ejaculation?

    Along with the mystery and fantasy about squirting is the debate as to whether it’s the same thing as female ejaculation or whether it’s really urine. But there is significant scientific proof that the origin of the fluid is actually the bladder and that the chemical composition is that of urine. Basically, it’s pee. Women who experience squirting are simply learning to release one set of muscles while contracting the bladder so they can release urine during orgasm. And it isn’t even always correlated with orgasm. So why the confusion? Is there really such a thing as female ejaculation?

    Female ejaculation looks a lot like male ejaculation without the sperm.

    True female ejaculation is a small amount of thick fluid secreted around the time of orgasm for most women. It originates in the glands found within the erectile tissue surrounding the urethra that are analogous to the prostate in men, and it even has PSA (prostate-specific antigen) in it. During the activity of sexual intercourse or stimulation, this female ejaculate can get mixed with vaginal fluids and lubrication as well as any semen or male pre-ejaculatory fluid that might be present in lovemaking. This makes it much more difficult to identify in a real-life situation.

    In the lab, however, it can be tested more carefully. Urine that gushes out during squirting passes through the urethra and can pick up some fluid secreted from the periurethral glands, which is why it often is found to have PSA. But that doesn’t mean it’s not urine. It has been confirmed both by chemical analysis and by ultrasound that the fluid that comes out during squirting is urine from the bladder. Female ejaculation doesn’t have any of the urea, creatinine, or uric acid found in urine. Check out this study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blondiebombshell View Post
    Hi lovely gentlemen of EI community.

    Recently, curiously, I'm getting lots of questions if I really do squirting, which is listed in my favorites.
    But, what is squirting? do you gentlemen knows?

    Do you think it is something that we women can do, just like that.. "ok, now I'll squirt!" ?
    No, We cannot, I always answer "Yes, I can TRY do it with you".

    So, If you are going to see a lady ONLY because she says she does "squirting" be aware,
    She can do it OR NOT, she can't TRULY do it whenever she wants! It will mostly depends on YOU, if she fells good with you and if you give her the right amount of pleasure.

    WHY all of this? Please read bellow.

    Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_ejaculation


    But I foudn this one, I think its easily understandeble.
    http://www.thesexmd.com/squirting-really/

    What is Squirting, Really?

    If you were to ask most people to describe female ejaculation, they would probably describe what is most often seen in porn and adult magazines—a gush of fluid from a woman’s vulva at the point of (real or enacted) orgasm. It’s been elevated to the point of a mystical phenomenon that allegedly intensifies the experience of orgasm for women and is seen by men as not just proof of pleasure, but also as proof of orgasm. But what is really happening here?

    Squirting has become the big sexual fad over the last twenty years.

    This gush is referred to as squirting and it is presented as a dramatic orgasmic response that is sometimes touted as a higher form of orgasm—something that women “should” strive to have or would make their orgasm more intense. There are countless men trying to figure out how to make their female partners squirt and even classes for women who want to learn how to squirt. But what are these women really learning? If you look closely at what is taught you will see significant pressure to the area of the G-Spot that overlies the erectile tissue and glands of the urethra, as well as lessons in coordinating release of the pelvic floor muscles while bearing down. These actions together flatten out the angle between the urethra and the bladder, making it much more difficult for a woman to keep urine in her bladder.

    Is squirting the same thing as female ejaculation?

    Along with the mystery and fantasy about squirting is the debate as to whether it’s the same thing as female ejaculation or whether it’s really urine. But there is significant scientific proof that the origin of the fluid is actually the bladder and that the chemical composition is that of urine. Basically, it’s pee. Women who experience squirting are simply learning to release one set of muscles while contracting the bladder so they can release urine during orgasm. And it isn’t even always correlated with orgasm. So why the confusion? Is there really such a thing as female ejaculation?

    Female ejaculation looks a lot like male ejaculation without the sperm.

    True female ejaculation is a small amount of thick fluid secreted around the time of orgasm for most women. It originates in the glands found within the erectile tissue surrounding the urethra that are analogous to the prostate in men, and it even has PSA (prostate-specific antigen) in it. During the activity of sexual intercourse or stimulation, this female ejaculate can get mixed with vaginal fluids and lubrication as well as any semen or male pre-ejaculatory fluid that might be present in lovemaking. This makes it much more difficult to identify in a real-life situation.

    In the lab, however, it can be tested more carefully. Urine that gushes out during squirting passes through the urethra and can pick up some fluid secreted from the periurethral glands, which is why it often is found to have PSA. But that doesn’t mean it’s not urine. It has been confirmed both by chemical analysis and by ultrasound that the fluid that comes out during squirting is urine from the bladder. Female ejaculation doesn’t have any of the urea, creatinine, or uric acid found in urine. Check out this study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
    maybe we can TRY make you gush on monday????
    (check your pm's)

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    Quote Originally Posted by marijuana View Post
    maybe we can TRY make you gush on monday????
    (check your pm's)
    Keep it to the pm's
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    Quote Originally Posted by shyguyshyguy12 View Post
    Keep it to the pm's

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    Quote Originally Posted by blondiebombshell View Post
    Hi lovely gentlemen of EI community.

    Recently, curiously, I'm getting lots of questions if I really do squirting, which is listed in my favorites.
    But, what is squirting? do you gentlemen knows?

    Do you think it is something that we women can do, just like that.. "ok, now I'll squirt!" ?
    No, We cannot, I always answer "Yes, I can TRY do it with you".

    So, If you are going to see a lady ONLY because she says she does "squirting" be aware,
    She can do it OR NOT, she can't TRULY do it whenever she wants! It will mostly depends on YOU, if she fells good with you and if you give her the right amount of pleasure.

    WHY all of this? Please read bellow.

    Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_ejaculation


    But I foudn this one, I think its easily understandeble.
    http://www.thesexmd.com/squirting-really/

    What is Squirting, Really?

    If you were to ask most people to describe female ejaculation, they would probably describe what is most often seen in porn and adult magazines—a gush of fluid from a woman’s vulva at the point of (real or enacted) orgasm. It’s been elevated to the point of a mystical phenomenon that allegedly intensifies the experience of orgasm for women and is seen by men as not just proof of pleasure, but also as proof of orgasm. But what is really happening here?

    Squirting has become the big sexual fad over the last twenty years.

    This gush is referred to as squirting and it is presented as a dramatic orgasmic response that is sometimes touted as a higher form of orgasm—something that women “should” strive to have or would make their orgasm more intense. There are countless men trying to figure out how to make their female partners squirt and even classes for women who want to learn how to squirt. But what are these women really learning? If you look closely at what is taught you will see significant pressure to the area of the G-Spot that overlies the erectile tissue and glands of the urethra, as well as lessons in coordinating release of the pelvic floor muscles while bearing down. These actions together flatten out the angle between the urethra and the bladder, making it much more difficult for a woman to keep urine in her bladder.

    Is squirting the same thing as female ejaculation?

    Along with the mystery and fantasy about squirting is the debate as to whether it’s the same thing as female ejaculation or whether it’s really urine. But there is significant scientific proof that the origin of the fluid is actually the bladder and that the chemical composition is that of urine. Basically, it’s pee. Women who experience squirting are simply learning to release one set of muscles while contracting the bladder so they can release urine during orgasm. And it isn’t even always correlated with orgasm. So why the confusion? Is there really such a thing as female ejaculation?

    Female ejaculation looks a lot like male ejaculation without the sperm.

    True female ejaculation is a small amount of thick fluid secreted around the time of orgasm for most women. It originates in the glands found within the erectile tissue surrounding the urethra that are analogous to the prostate in men, and it even has PSA (prostate-specific antigen) in it. During the activity of sexual intercourse or stimulation, this female ejaculate can get mixed with vaginal fluids and lubrication as well as any semen or male pre-ejaculatory fluid that might be present in lovemaking. This makes it much more difficult to identify in a real-life situation.

    In the lab, however, it can be tested more carefully. Urine that gushes out during squirting passes through the urethra and can pick up some fluid secreted from the periurethral glands, which is why it often is found to have PSA. But that doesn’t mean it’s not urine. It has been confirmed both by chemical analysis and by ultrasound that the fluid that comes out during squirting is urine from the bladder. Female ejaculation doesn’t have any of the urea, creatinine, or uric acid found in urine. Check out this study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
    I was dating a lady when i was 19 that couldbsquirt under thebright circumstances but she didnt tell me she just said if you do something right YOU'LL KNOW lol and i definatly knew

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    Quote Originally Posted by blondiebombshell View Post
    Hi lovely gentlemen of EI community.

    Recently, curiously, I'm getting lots of questions if I really do squirting, which is listed in my favorites.
    But, what is squirting? do you gentlemen knows?

    Do you think it is something that we women can do, just like that.. "ok, now I'll squirt!" ?
    No, We cannot, I always answer "Yes, I can TRY do it with you".

    So, If you are going to see a lady ONLY because she says she does "squirting" be aware,
    She can do it OR NOT, she can't TRULY do it whenever she wants! It will mostly depends on YOU, if she fells good with you and if you give her the right amount of pleasure.

    WHY all of this? Please read bellow.

    Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_ejaculation


    But I foudn this one, I think its easily understandeble.
    http://www.thesexmd.com/squirting-really/

    What is Squirting, Really?

    If you were to ask most people to describe female ejaculation, they would probably describe what is most often seen in porn and adult magazines—a gush of fluid from a woman’s vulva at the point of (real or enacted) orgasm. It’s been elevated to the point of a mystical phenomenon that allegedly intensifies the experience of orgasm for women and is seen by men as not just proof of pleasure, but also as proof of orgasm. But what is really happening here?

    Squirting has become the big sexual fad over the last twenty years.

    This gush is referred to as squirting and it is presented as a dramatic orgasmic response that is sometimes touted as a higher form of orgasm—something that women “should” strive to have or would make their orgasm more intense. There are countless men trying to figure out how to make their female partners squirt and even classes for women who want to learn how to squirt. But what are these women really learning? If you look closely at what is taught you will see significant pressure to the area of the G-Spot that overlies the erectile tissue and glands of the urethra, as well as lessons in coordinating release of the pelvic floor muscles while bearing down. These actions together flatten out the angle between the urethra and the bladder, making it much more difficult for a woman to keep urine in her bladder.

    Is squirting the same thing as female ejaculation?

    Along with the mystery and fantasy about squirting is the debate as to whether it’s the same thing as female ejaculation or whether it’s really urine. But there is significant scientific proof that the origin of the fluid is actually the bladder and that the chemical composition is that of urine. Basically, it’s pee. Women who experience squirting are simply learning to release one set of muscles while contracting the bladder so they can release urine during orgasm. And it isn’t even always correlated with orgasm. So why the confusion? Is there really such a thing as female ejaculation?

    Female ejaculation looks a lot like male ejaculation without the sperm.

    True female ejaculation is a small amount of thick fluid secreted around the time of orgasm for most women. It originates in the glands found within the erectile tissue surrounding the urethra that are analogous to the prostate in men, and it even has PSA (prostate-specific antigen) in it. During the activity of sexual intercourse or stimulation, this female ejaculate can get mixed with vaginal fluids and lubrication as well as any semen or male pre-ejaculatory fluid that might be present in lovemaking. This makes it much more difficult to identify in a real-life situation.

    In the lab, however, it can be tested more carefully. Urine that gushes out during squirting passes through the urethra and can pick up some fluid secreted from the periurethral glands, which is why it often is found to have PSA. But that doesn’t mean it’s not urine. It has been confirmed both by chemical analysis and by ultrasound that the fluid that comes out during squirting is urine from the bladder. Female ejaculation doesn’t have any of the urea, creatinine, or uric acid found in urine. Check out this study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
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    A lot of girls don't seem to squirt, one i was with could only do it when she took a lot Coke

    http://www.xvideos.com/video3507862/squirting_frenzy_3

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    Quote Originally Posted by hadaway View Post
    A lot of girls don't seem to squirt, one i was with could only do it when she took a lot Coke

    http://www.xvideos.com/video3507862/squirting_frenzy_3
    I've only been with three guys who could make me squirt. It's definitely all about relaxing, letting go and being totally comfortable with doing so. The girl you were with was obviously able to let herself go completely because of what she was on maybe ?

    For me it can't be rushed , with someone I hardly know or definitely someone I'm not comfortable 100% with. And in all cases there was never an orgasm it was just a relief ! I think the guys enjoy it more than us gals
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    There are a lot of theories about what it is and what it isn't. Mine does not smell of urine. It has no ammonia smell at all and is quite sweet. I have also sometimes been bursting for the toilet after I have gushed and surely if it had come directly from the bladder, having started life as pee I would not need the toilet directly after?

    I know for me it is all about g-spot stimulation, although twice I have gushed with the right clitoral stimulation and I'm not able to do it to myself, but I do know of women who can make it happen and can guarantee it, but we are all different and there is no 'one way fits all'. It's best not to assume a lady can do it regardless of the male involvement, but if a guy knows what he is doing, then 9 times out of 10 he should be able to get a lady to gush, if she is able. I was in my 30's before it happened to me and I've never looked back since, but I would have told you no way, no how before and not believed you if you said you could do it to me.

    I also would not describe it as a 'higher' orgasm, as for me the best orgasms are definitely through penetration, but it is good to have orgasms in different ways and give the body time to recover etc, while still getting pleasure.

    I do agree that you have to be totally relaxed to be able to do it and in tune with your body though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbi View Post
    I've only been with three guys who could make me squirt. It's definitely all about relaxing, letting go and being totally comfortable with doing so. The girl you were with was obviously able to let herself go completely because of what she was on maybe ?

    For me it can't be rushed , with someone I hardly know or definitely someone I'm not comfortable 100% with. And in all cases there was never an orgasm it was just a relief ! I think the guys enjoy it more than us gals
    you can say that again, Bobbi

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