It’s ALWAYS important to engage in foreplay. A woman’s sexual
arousal takes place first and foremost in her brain. As such, never
underestimate the power of foreplay. Instead of just trying to get her
in the mood minutes before making love though, try to really build
sexual tension by starting foreplay hours or even days in advance. This
‘pre-conditions’ her mind and body so that she’s more ready to
squirt from G spot stimulation.
How to Squirt from G-Spot Stimulation
Now, it’s time to locate the G spot. Once she’s wet and ready, ask
her to lie on her back, her back supported by soft pillows. You may want
to engage in oral sex first to ensure that she’ll welcome your
fingers. Now, insert your index finger or middle finger or both slowly
insider her wet womanhood, palm up. Once inside, position your finger(s)
at 11 o’clock. Now, hook your finger in a “come hither” position.
Shift your fingers slightly till you reach a spot that’s slightly
rougher (some say it feels like the top of your mouth).
Once you find her G-spot, stimulate it. There are several ways to
stimulate the G-spot and each woman has her own ‘favorite’. You can
try the ‘doorbell method’, which is basically trying to press and
release a buzzer; you can flick it like a switch; you can draw small
circles around; you can also stroke the G-spot. Try them all and see
which one brings the best response.
Prepare her mentally and emotionally for squirting. Some may say that
this should be Step 1 but you see many women are actually uncomfortable
discussing squirting. They feel embarrassed about it as they equate it
with “peeing on their partner”. That’s why we put this step here.
At this point – thanks to your G-spot stimulation – she’s probably
already rearing for some form of release.
It’s your job now to encourage her to just “let go” and that
you’re perfectly OK with anything that will happen. Tell her you’re
ready for her to squirt on you. In fact, you want her to do it. The
point is to remove ANY inhibitions she may have about ejaculating or
squirting on you. Removing this mental roadblock is often all that takes
to ensure she moves forward and squirts from G-spot stimulation.
If you feel that your partner is the type who would want to pre-discuss
squirting from G-spot stimulation first, then by all means, make this
Not all women squirt equal. Some women may squirt a small amount, while
others will squirt more. Either way, be prepared for anything. The worse
thing you can do is to ‘jump out of the way’… hurting her
physically and emotionally.
Is The G-spot?
G-spot is the area on the upper wall of the vagina, through which the
urethral or "Skene's" glands (shown magnified below) can be
felt. It is usually located about 2-3 inches inside and most often
provides a deep, rich sexual pleasure in women.
some women enjoy g-spot stimulation from direct pressure up into it,
others enjoy wide penetration that stretches the vaginal walls while
providing a deep rubbing sensation against the g-spot.
important to note that some women are not as sensitive to sensation in their
g-spot area as others and may prefer more clitoral stimulation as a means to
achieve sexual stimulation.
urethra (pee tube) runs along the front/top side of the vagina, between it and
the pubic bone. With stimulation such as finger, sex toy, penis stroking or even
just sexual stimulation, the area will begin to swell and the sensations may
become increasingly pleasurable. Continuing may produce an intense orgasm. Like
the prostate, the g-spot can produce ejaculate which may be released on orgasm
and may "squirt" or gush out.
Some Women Have A G-spot?
women have a G-spot, it was often overlooked by physicians because it's on the
anterior (front) wall of the vagina, which is an area that's often not contacted
with physical stimulation. A woman must be sexually aroused for it to become
engorged (and made puffy) and most often women are not sexually aroused when
visiting their doctors nor do their doctors stimulate it. But when gynecologists
do palpate it they have found that all women indeed have one!
That Says Only Some Women Have A G-spot
One scientist has come to the conclusion that the much-talked-about area
believed to be the point of origin for the female "vaginal" orgasm
does exist but only in some women, according to a small study published in the
Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Jannini of the University of L'Aquila in Italy used an ultrasound to scan the
area of the vagina where the G-spot, also called the Gräfenberg spot after
Ernest Gräfenberg, the man who discovered it, is located. Jannini determined
that the tissue on the front vaginal wall located behind the urethra was
noticeably thicker in the women who reported having vaginal orgasms.
tissue, the study concluded, demonstrates the presence of a G-spot. "For
the first time, it is possible to determine by a simple, rapid and inexpensive
method if a woman has a G-spot or not," Jannini said. "Women without
any visible evidence of a G-spot cannot have a vaginal orgasm.''
has to examine if that is what we are really referring to when we are
identifying the g-spot. Are we saying that it is tissue or are we saying that it
is the Skenes glands under the tissue. If we agree that it is the Skenes glands
(which most would agree upon) that make up the g-spot, and because all women
have Skenes glands, then it is only fair to say that all women have a g-spot.
women have thicker tissue in front of the Skenes glands which means that it
makes it's presence more pronounced and easier to find. It also allows for more
pressure to be placed on it when a penis, finger or sex toy is pressing against
it. Therefore, it would logically make sense that those women that have more
tissue in front of the Skenes glands would be more prone to vaginal orgasm than
those with not as much tissue.
scientist to come forward and make such a bold claim after only examining one
aspect of the g-spot is like one not being able to see the forest through the
trees. When you look at a woman as a whole than you can see her sexual
functioning more clearly.
have a g-spot, however, the sensitivity of that g-spot, the mass of tissue in
front of it and the size of those glands are all variables. A woman will have to
determine if she has high or low sensitivity and work with what she has. Should
she not find much pleasure through g-spot stimulation, then certainly vaginal
stimulation is still an over all pleasurable sensation, especially when enhanced
with clitoral stimulation.
to the g-spot to achieve
female ejaculation is usually necessary to achieve it, however, at the
moment of ejaculation other stimulation to the clitoris, breasts, etc. may be
what brings a woman to orgasm and the ability to push it out.
are able to expel female ejaculate with no stimulation to their g-spot at all,
but are able to fill the g-spot glands through sexual stimulation to other
sexual hot spots causing sexual arousal and ultimately allowing the it to fill
with the prostate-like fluid and finally releasing it.
women can expel female ejaculate without having an orgasm, through bearing down
and pushing it out once her Skenes glands (g-spot) are filled. However, most
women require an orgasm to release it.
community still neglects women's sexuality by not further examining female
ejaculation. This is most likely due to the strong association people have to
this beautiful female sexual function as pornographic or as a bogus myth that it
is urine (pee). One would think we are still living in the dark ages when many
scientists, researchers and medical professionals resist being linked to women's
sexual functioning for fear of being thought of as supporting what the porn
industry has been marketing for years as "squirting, gushing, and spraying
For Locating The G-Spot
Lie back with
your knees pressed up to your chest. In this position, your vaginal depth will
shorten and even short fingers should be able to reach the G-spot. A partner,
may do the same thing by sliding their finger inside you and making a "come
here" motion. You can also lie on your side with one leg drawn up to your
chest as your partner enters you from the rear, or on your hands and knees
(doggy style position) and have your partner use their finger pressing forward
toward your navel to stimulate it. Of course there are other positions,
these are just a few of many variations. A g-spot
stimulator is great to use as are dildos
in addition to fingers and/or a penis.
The g-spot is
about the size of a quarter, although size varies in women just as it does in
men. It can be anywhere along the 2-3 inch long area between the pubic bone and
the cervix. Explore slowly, and if you are her partner, allow for feedback from
her to help guide you.
Stimulation Through Use of Fingers
The best way
to find it is to first use fingers. The G-spot responds to pressure rather than
to touch. Gentle stroking is not likely to find it. It's like massaging a marble
that is inside a pillow; one has to compress the flesh to find it. When you
reach in from the front with the woman on her back, the heel of your hand is
over her clitoris while your fingers hook around her pubic bone. Pull upwards,
as if you're trying to lift her off the bed with a back and forth rhythm of
fingers may become tired after a while of doing this, we recommend using a
g-spot stimulator or dildo
in addition to the possibility of penile penetration as a way of providing
continued stimulation to her and relief for your fingers.
Commonly referred to as “squirting” or “gushing”, female
ejaculation during orgasm is an often misunderstood phenomenon. For most of
the last century, there was controversy over whether it existed at all.
More than likely you’ve heard stories about female ejaculation. The
subject has also been made popular recently by pornographic videos. Still
it’s hard to find actual details and helpful information out there. Many
people are completely clueless as to what female ejaculation is and why it
While, from a medical point of view, there isn’t a lot of proven
research on female ejaculation, we at least have enough to get a fairly good
view of what it is, why it happens, and maybe even how to make it happen.
Female ejaculation is real and it isn’t new
Amazingly, female ejaculation has been recorded as far back as Aristotle.
The Roman physician, Galen, also wrote about a “thin fluid that manifestly
flows when they experience the greatest pleasure in coitus”.
Seventeenth century Dutch anatomist Regnier de Graaf wrote a book about
female anatomy in which he spoke about a female fluid “coming in one
gush” during sexual excitement. Female ejaculation is also mentioned in
the Kama Sutra and centuries-old Japanese texts.
Up until fairly recently, western society has suppressed discussions and
studies of a woman’s sexuality. Even worse, ignorant physicians have tried
to “cure” women who thought that something was wrong with them because
of their ability to ejaculate.
In the early 1980’s the book “The G Spot and Other Recent Discoveries
About Human Sexuality” was published by doctors John Perry, Beverly
Whipple, and Alice Kahn Ladas. It not only brought the G-spot into the
public eye, but also addressed female ejaculation.
While the findings were limited, they were enough to force the medical
and scientific community to begin acknowledging female ejaculation as a
normal, healthy function.
No, it’s not urine
Female ejaculate is not urine! Although it can contain small traces of
substances found in urine, it’s actually an alkaline liquid that bears
more resemblance to male ejaculate than urine.
The fluid is produced by the para-urethral glands, which are also known
as the “Skenes Glands” or female prostate. It’s made up of glucose,
fructose (found in male ejaculate), and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) a
protein that is also found in male ejaculate.
Produced in small quantities it will be a silky, mucous-like fluid that
may have a musky smell, as the volume increases it becomes clearer and loses
What causes female ejaculation?
As the G-spot is stimulated, the surrounding erectile tissue swells with
fluid from the para-urethral glands. Rhythmic contractions of the pelvic
muscle during G-spot orgasm expels the accumulated fluid through the urethra
(not the vagina).
Para-urethral glands vary in size and number from woman to woman. In
fact, they may be completely missing in some women. This may explain why
some women are able to forcefully ejaculate and some cannot.
In rare cases, the glands and tissue are able to quickly refill with
fluid. This can cause a considerable amount of liquid during ejaculation.
Can all women ejaculate?
Arguably, since they all have a prostate gland, all women produce
ejaculate. However, studies estimate that the amount of women who actually
do forcefully ejaculate is between 10% and 50%.
The ones who don’t ejaculate probably are, they just don’t know it.
It may be seeping out in small amounts and mixing with the rest of her body
fluids. Many women have trained their bodies to hold back the ejaculate in
the mistaken assumption that it is urine.
Embarrassing or amazing?
Some women are extremely embarrassed by their ability to ejaculate,
feeling that is “messy” or “dirty”. This embarrassment is
perpetrated by ignorant partners who are put off by the fluid, usually
because they think it is urine.
A great lover (usually an educated one) will be extremely pleased to make
a woman ejaculate. They’ll know that it was because she felt comfortable,
safe, and relaxed enough to utterly let go and experience the most amazing
To Appropriately stimulate the G-spot
first make sure the vagina is aroused. Adding lubrication to the fingers
or vibrator will ensure a comfortable experience.
G-Spot stimulation will cause the female
to take a deep breath and push down really hard. Most women describe the
sensation as feeling like they want to urinate at first, then changing to
G Spot Stimulation Techniques
Some positions to try when stimulating
the g-shot are on all fours, on the stomach with a pillow under the hips
or having the women lay on her back, bringing her knees to her chest, this will
help in reaching the g shot more readily.
The G-spot responds to pressure rather
than to touch. Gently stroking is not likely to get any results. It's more like
massaging a pea under a thick cloth. You must to compress the flesh to
When using your fingers for G-Spot stimulation you would insert your
finger(s) into the vagina and bend them gently up, around and behind the pubic
bone. You will feel a rather rough-surfaced tissue immediately behind the
pubic bone, your fingertips will encounter a very soft, smooth area. Go very
slowly as you explore the smooth area, which will feel to you like the inside of
a very slippery mitten. When you straighten your fingers and reach further
inside, you'll encounter a hard, rubbery structure that feels like an erect
nipple pointing south. This is the cervix. The G-spot is somewhere just
this side of the cervix, about an inch beyond the mitten, in the flesh
immediately in front of the vagina.
Imagine you're holding a tennis ball on those
two of three inserted fingers. An area about the size of a grape in the center
of the tennis ball is what you're trying to reach. It can be anywhere along that
two-or-three inch long area between the pubic bone and the cervix. Explore
slowly and feel the stimulation. The G-spot responds to pressure rather
than to touch. Gentle stroking is not likely to find it. It's more like
massaging a pea under a mattress. You have to compress the flesh to find
When you reach in from the front ,the heel of your hand is on the clitoris while
your fingers hook around the pubic bone. Pull upwards, as if you're trying to
lift up. Do this with rhythm, and keep your fingers hooked, so they press deep
into the tissue. Once you know where it is you can try using a vibrator on it.
For good G-spot orgasm, fingers or a vibrator are usually preferred.
In face-to-face intercourse, the penis may not stimulate
the G-spot enough to do any good, although some positions, such as the
one where the women draws her knees close to her chest, may increase the chances
for G-Spot stimulation through intercourse
are many different techniques and practices for G-Spot, or
A-Spot (the male equivalent - prostate) stimulation. So by no
means what is presented here exhaustive. Below is a diagram
showing manual stimulation of the G-Spot. A finger - or two- is
commonly inserted and wrapped past the pubic bone to the spongy,
often ripply feeling Skene's gland / G-Spot. A mixture of both
pressure-type movement, stroking, and caressing of the spot will
cause swelling of the area as it it stimulated. This is common
as outlined in the previous section.
stimulation of this area, in many cases will effectively cause
the "I have to pee" sensation. This is the result of
the Skene's gland secreting "g-spot" fluid. This is
the point at which many women get scared. It's a big hurdle to
overcome - "I have to pee and it is pee" is
the common thought here. This causes many women to be confused
and/or scared - noone wants to "pee" on their lover
(at least most of us feel that way:)).