From Beginner to Pro: A Step-by-Step Guide to Learn How to Squirt Like a Girl Boss

Written by: Dr Dmitry Loktionov



Time to read 7 min

Squirting, also known as female ejaculation, is a highly debated topic in the world of sexual health. Some people claim that it doesn't exist, while others swear by it. Regardless of where you stand, it's important to understand that squirting is a natural bodily function that many women experience. In this article, we will provide a step-by-step guide to help you learn how to squirt like a girl boss.

Introduction to Squirting & Female Ejaculation

Before you learn to squirt, there are some things you need to know first about what is squirting. Squirting is the expulsion of fluid from the Skene's glands, which are located near the urethra.

Female ejaculation, on the other hand, is the release of a clear, odorless fluid from the female prostate gland. Both squirting and female ejaculation can occur during sexual arousal and orgasm.

It's important to note that not all women are able to squirt or ejaculate, and that's okay. Everyone's body is different, and there's no "right" or "wrong" way to experience sexual pleasure.

However, if you're interested in learning how to squirt, there are steps you can take to increase your chances.

Understanding the Anatomy of the Female Body

Before diving into techniques, it's important to understand the anatomy of the female body. The G-spot, which is located about 2-3 inches inside the vagina on the front vaginal wall, is often associated with squirting.

The clitoris, which is located at the top of the vulva, is another important part of the female anatomy. The clitoris contains thousands of nerve endings and is often considered the primary source of female sexual pleasure.

External Clitoris
Internal Clitoris

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Debunking Myths Around Squirting

There are many myths surrounding squirting, including the idea that it's just urine or that only certain women are capable of squirting. However, research has shown that squirting is a real phenomenon and that any woman can learn how to do it.

It's also important to note that squirting is not necessarily a sign of a "better" orgasm or sexual experience. Everyone's body is different, and what works for one person may not work for another.

Tips to Prepare for Squirting

Before attempting to squirt, there are a few things you can do to prepare yourself or your female partner. First, make sure you're fully hydrated. This can help increase the amount of fluid your body is able to produce.

It's also important to make sure you're fully relaxed and comfortable. This can be achieved through deep breathing, meditation, or whatever relaxation technique works best for you.

You may want to include a sex lube as well for extra lubrication to get started. To help with arousal and relaxation we recommend our CBD lube to increase blood flow.

Finally, it may be helpful to use a waterproof blanket or towel to protect your sheets and mattress.

How to Stimulate the G-Spot for Squirting

G-spot stimulation is the main reason for squirting. To stimulate the G-spot, start by inserting one or two fingers into the vagina and curling them upwards towards the front walls of the vagina.

Once you've located the G-spot, experiment with different types of stimulation, such as rubbing, tapping, or pressing. Most women report a "come here" motion with the fingers feeling the best. Communication with your partner is key during this process, as everyone's preferences are different.

The Importance of Relaxation

As mentioned earlier, relaxation is key when it comes to squirting. If you're feeling tense or anxious, it can be difficult to let go and allow your body to experience pleasure. Stop "trying" to squirt and just enjoy yourself, whether you do or don't squirt.

Different Techniques for Achieving Squirting

NJoy Pure Wand

There are many different techniques for achieving squirting, and what works for one person may not work for another. Some people find that using a vibrator or other sex toy helps while stimulating the G-spot.

Fingers are usually the best way to arouse and stimulate the G-spot but you can also use a curved sex toy, such as the Njoy Pure Wand.

Practice and Patience - Learn How to Squirt

If you want to learn to squirt you have to accept it's going to take practice and patience. It's important to remember that not everyone is able to squirt, and that's okay.

If you're interested in learning how to squirt, don't put too much pressure on yourself. The more you tense up with stress trying to achieve something, the less likely your body will be able to squirt.

Experiment with different techniques and be patient with yourself. It may take time to learn how to squirt, but the journey can be just as rewarding as the destination.

Safety and Hygiene Tips for Squirting

If you're using a sex toy or other object for stimulation, make sure it's clean and free of bacteria.

If you're planning on squirting during sex, make sure to protect your sheets and mattress with a waterproof blanket or towel.

The same goes for your fingers or your partner's fingers. Make sure they are washed and any dirt underneath the fingernails removed. Removing this dirt will help prevent a woman from getting a UTI.

Finally, add a CBD lube to not only help your body relax but increase blood flow to the vagina increasing your likelihood of squirting.

Expert Tip: If you are going to finger a vagina, make sure your fingernails are cut and any sharp corners trimmed. This will help to prevent internal cuts that could lead to vaginal infections.

How to Squirt for Beginners

First, it's important to say that squirting should not be the only objective of having sex. Sex is about connecting, bonding, and enjoying pleasure with your partner. And if out of all that you squirt, it's a bonus.

The best advice for beginners who want to learn how to make yourself squirt is not to focus on squirting. Doing so puts stress on yourself and your partner to achieve something. Instead, focus on the pleasure you’re experiencing together.

Next, use the techniques mentioned above to stimulate the Urethral sponge. Do not focus exclusively on clitoral stimulation as this is unlikely to cause a woman to squirt. The best is a combination of both.

Accept that you may not squirt your first time trying and that's ok. It’s part of the process but one thing is for sure if you stress yourself out about it, you definitely won’t squirt.

Learn How to Squirt During Sex

Whether you're masturbating by yourself in order to squirt, or want to squirt with your partner, the mechanics are the same. You need to focus on stimulating the G-spot with fingers, a sex toy, or a penis.

However, there are some sex positions that can help you squirt during sex with your partner. The best sex position for squirting is to have a woman lay on her back with her legs in the air.

Place a firm pillow under her butt to change the angle of penetration so that the penis is directly hitting the G-spot. Make sure both of you are comfortable and it feels good.

The good thing about this position is it also allows the man to focus on stimulating the woman's other erogenous zones which will help her squirt.

Embrace Your Sexuality And Pleasure

Learning how to squirt can be a fun and rewarding experience. However, it's important to remember that everyone's body is different, and not everyone is able to squirt.

Regardless of whether or not you're able to squirt, embrace your sexuality and pleasure. Communicate with your partner, experiment with different techniques, and most importantly, have fun!

Disclosure: The information provided in this blog is intended for educational and informative purposes only and is not intended to serve as a substitute for medical advice. Always consult your doctor in the area of your particular needs before making any medical decisions.

Dr Dmitry

Dr Dmitry Loktionov - MB. BCh. OB-GYN

Dr. Dmitry is an accomplished doctor, women's health advocate, and founder of Quanna, a next-generation sexual wellness brand. With a background in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, he works towards empowering women with knowledge and improving access to holistic care.

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