Not every woman is capable of squirting, but you’ll never know if you don’t try! This user-friendly guide contains step-by-step instructions so you can try getting wet and wild for yourself.

How to Squirt

There are a lot of questions and confusion about squirting. Some people don't think it's possible. Others claim squirting is really just peeing. Well, I can personally confirm that squirting is 100% real, and it is not peeing. The problem is that most women simply aren't natural squirters. You can learn how to squirt, but it's not nearly as easy as it seems in the movies. Some women can have sex for years before squirting for the first time, while others will never be able to no matter how hard they try.

Adult star Texas Patti, who appears in mostly German films, admits that she can’t make herself squirt but her husband Patrick can. “During our first time together, Patrick fingered me and suddenly it just started shooting out of me,” Patti told Vice magazine. “I was really embarrassed about the whole thing because my bed was soaking wet.”

What is Squirting?

Squirting, also known as female ejaculation, occurs when a woman releases a large amount of fluid during sexual stimulation. So much fluid that it literally squirts out of her vagina.

Before you can learn how to squirt, we need to start with an advanced anatomy lesson. Squirting is tied to something called the Skene's glands. These glands produce a fluid during sexual stimulation. When the Skene's glands are stimulated directly, they can release a large amount of fluid all at once.

Part of the confusion about squirting comes from the fact that it requires some pretty specific conditions. First, a woman has to have a particular structure to her Skene's glands. Second, the glands have to be stimulated just right to release liquid. While sexual stimulation can do the trick in some cases, squirting generally requires a stronger touch than usual. G-Spot vibes are usually ideal for this due to their specially shaped tip and power. Third, not all glands are up to the challenge. It takes larger than average glands to store enough liquid, and it takes powerful muscles for the liquid to actually squirt out.

Expert Tips From Real Squirters

When it comes to learning how to squirt, we went directly to the source - experienced squirters, including some well-known sexperts as well as adult stars famous for their squirting scenes. Here are their directions to make yourself squirt for the first time:

  1. Drink Up
  2. You need to be properly hydrated before trying to squirt. Drink several glasses of water a few hours in advance so you’ve got plenty of fluid. Adult movie stars also take electrolyte powders as well to help the process along.

  3. Hit the Bathroom
  4. Experienced squirters often compare the sensation to peeing, but the two are completely different bodily functions. The problem is that the Skene's glands, which control squirting, press against the bladder. Many women confuse the two sensations and try to hold their squirt juice in when they should be letting it out instead. Peeing in advance empties out your bladder, so you can avoid this potential problem.

  5. Get Ready
  6. Throw a towel or two over your bed to make clean-up easier. Then, it’s time to get comfortable. The Skene’s glands need to be aroused if you want to squirt, which means you need to be aroused! Grab your favorite sex toy and start teasing yourself. Aim for a slow and steady build-up instead of a quickie. When you get close, you need to slow things down until you cool off some. Repeat this cycle several times until you feel like you’re about to explode.

    G-Spot Vibrator
  7. Stimulate the Skene’s glands
  8. When you literally can’t take anymore, you’re ready to squirt. Start focusing on your G-Spot, preferably with a G-Spot vibe or a sex position that maximizes your G-Spot stimulation. The G-Spot is located near the Skene’s glands, so you’re actually stimulating both of them at the same time. Slowly rub your G-Spot with the vibrator, while pressing down firmly on it. If you feel like you’re about to pee, then you know you’re close to squirting. Keep on playing with your G-Spot and then let yourself go.

    Squirting superstar Daisy Ducati recommends clit stimulation as well. “I have to have clit stimulation and penetration at the same time.”

    “It takes a long build up,” said adult star Amber Chase in an online interview. “You have to make me orgasm several times. And then it’s like gush, gush, gush.”

  9. Don’t Be Disappointed
  10. Just because you’ve seen squirting stars go off like a water gun, doesn’t mean your squirting experience will be the same. For some ladies, squirting is like an explosive fountain while others experience more of a trickle. And the trickle is a lot more common. If you don’t squirt the first time, keep on trying and experimenting with different types of stimulation. There’s no telling what might make you explode!