August 18, 2023

How to Stop Squirting With Women With Vulvae

If you're a woman with vulvas, chances are you've squirted at one point. It's pretty common, but not everyone knows what it's like or how to make it happen. Some women think it's peeing, while others can't seem to stop themselves from releasing fluid when they're sexually aroused.

As it turns out, squirting is not actually peeing (though small traces of urine might be present) and can feel completely different from an orgasm. It's also not something that can be forced. The best way to encourage squirting is by being relaxed, which will help the muscles in your pelvic floor do their job, says sex educator and squirt advocate Lola Jean. She suggests taking a hot bath or shower beforehand to get your pelvic area ready, and making sure that you're both comfortable and happy with what's happening between you.

She also adds that you should both be "super-open" to the experience and not afraid of getting messy. If you're worried about how to clean up, she recommends using a product that is made for cleaning pet stains or some baking soda.

There's not a lot of research on the subject, but most experts agree that squirting is something that's totally normal for some people with vulvas and can be pleasurable for those who enjoy it. It's not an orgasm, but it can feel very similar and give a feeling of release that other types of orgasms don't. If you're interested in trying it out, there are lots of things you can do to prepare and ensure that it happens, including putting on music or reading something romantic before you start.


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