• How to Squirt: The Best Sex Toys for Female Ejaculation

    Female ejaculation - or squirting - has been around for centuries, but only recently has it become a desirable addition to a lady’s sexual repertoire. Previously, the fluids resulting from female ejaculation were often dismissed as peeing during sex, leaving naturally talented squirters stressed and embarrassed.

    We now know the liquid is closer to what’s secreted by the male prostate when stimulated, leading many to refer to the Skene’s glands (the glands around the G-spot responsible for the secretions) as ‘the female prostate’.

    And, most importantly, squirting is now celebrated! Most lovers now see the gushing liquid as an amazing physical expression of arousal, and women are clamouring to experience the exotic sensations a squirting orgasm brings.

    Want to join Club Squirt? This guide will help, but like everything in the world of sex, you’ll need to spend some time figuring out what works best for you and your body.

    Before you begin

    If you are in a relationship, it’s advisable to bring it up with your partner before surprising them with your new skillset. Although obviously your bodily secretions are your own business, it’s worth giving their preference some consideration.

    Sexual happinessAlso bear in mind that for many women it’s a skill that, once mastered, may start happening involuntarily.

    The good news is that thanks to a litany of recent porn videos starring female ejaculation, many people are already fully signed up to the idea and eager to reenact the film fantasy in their own home.

    Relaxation is a key aspect of squirting orgasms, so ensure you stay chilled as you prepare.

    You can learn solo or with a partner, so pick whichever you prefer.

    Make sure you clear your calendar - potentially over multiple sessions - and don’t put yourself under pressure. Use the bathroom beforehand, and put some towels down.


    To arousal, and beyond

    G-spot stimulation might be what unlocks the fluid, but full external arousal is an essential component of squirting. So fixate on your partner or favourite fantasy, grab a clitoral vibrator and go to town on your ladybits, ideally enjoying a clitoral climax as a sort of orgasmic apéritif.

    Once you’re suitably aroused you can get to work on your G-spot. Find it with your fingers or ideally a toy coated with water-based lubricant, 2-3 inches inside the vagina on the front wall.

    G-spot dildos and vibrators are generally best for this because they are curved, and of this category it’s the less flexible toys that work best due to the Skene’s glands’ love of a firm caress. Thrusting vibrators are also a top choice as they mimic the stroking motion needed, leaving you free to concentrate on perfecting the depth and angle of stimulation.

    Alternatively, if your partner wants to lend a hand (or another appendage), get into positions where thrusts will target the front of the vagina, such as doggy-style and reverse cowgirl.

    Feeling the need to pee? You’re almost there! Push on through and this uncomfortable feeling should be replaced with a sensation from deep within that builds beautifully to orgasm.

    As you feel yourself climax, push out your PC muscles, which will in turn relax the Skene’s glands, and get you gushing!

    The toys to take you there

    Want a helping hand? These tried and tested toys concentrate sensation on your G-spot to help trigger your inner geyser:

    Need more help?

    You can Contact Customer Care, who will be able to help you find the perfect toy. You can email, telephone or live chat to an experienced advisor 24/7.


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