Mini Tutorial Time: G-Spot O and “Squirting”

In my job as a personal sex consultant, I’m most often asked about G-spot orgasms, as well as “squirting” or “gushing”.

Squirting is the female equivalent of male ejaculation.

Most often, women can squirt with a G-spot orgasm. The G Spot is located approximately 1-3″ inside the vaginal canal on the front wall, almost diagonally up from the clitoris.

It is the bundle of nerve endings that fill up when stimulated.

The fluid that is produced during female ejaculation is not urine.  

The fear of many women is they are going to urinate, so they do not allow themselves to relax into the intense rush from a G-spot orgasm.

The G-spot can be located during solo or couples play. You can use fingers or a toy for this stimulation. The KEY to this orgasm for women is the ability to relax and allow the sensations to take over.  It can take time and it takes a willingness to just let go. If you don’t get it at first, try and try again. But never let it be a pressure filled accomplishment.

Can every woman have a G-spot orgasm?  The answer to that is..maybe.  

When asked if every woman can have an orgasm, the answer would logically be yes. If one has a clitoris, one should  physically be able  to  orgasm. But DO they?  No.

There are many women who never have an orgasm in their life. The same can be true for the G-spot orgasm.  Can every woman achieve this ecstasy?  Possibly. But everyone will not.

The same applies to  a “squirting” or “gushing” orgasm.  

It is usually physically possible for every woman to do it, but many cannot.

But, if you are searching for that “Gush”, here are a few tips and tricks to help you out:

1) You need external AND internal stimulation: The best duo is a bullet or bullet type toy and a dildo or rigid shaft type toy.  Bumpy glass works best for the bumping sensation on the G-spot.  The clitoris responds to a steady vibration that the bullet provides and the G-spot responds to a bumping sensation, similar to the “come hither” motion of two fingers.

Directions: Relax on your back and bring your knees up.  Lube up your bullet and place it against the clitoris on your favorite setting.  Lube up your dildo and insert approximately 1 – 3″ inside the vagina.  In a gentle upwards, towards the belly button, bring the dildo down on an angle.  Insert with a downwards motion towards the tailbone in a rhythmic motion, insert downwards, pull out upwards.  The bullet is resting against the clitoris, giving you the stimulation most women are used to when it comes to a toy.

2) Resist, But Not Completely: As that orgasm builds and you feel the sensation of needing to pee, relax and take a deep breath. Then, at the peak of the clitoral orgasm, bring the dildo out and push down, like you’re going to urinate. The G-spot fluid that’s built up with the bumping of the dildo against the area will be pushed out with a gush or a squirt!

Remember, keep practicing and each G-spot orgasm may be different from the last, but it’s DEFINITELY different from clitoral!

So go on, give a shot at the Spot!


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'Mini Tutorial Time: G-Spot O and “Squirting”' have 8 comments

  1. August 31, 2012 @ 5:50 pm Mitch Roy

    I canNOT get past that, “I’m peeing the bed!” thing!

  2. August 31, 2012 @ 9:50 pm Chanize

    I think once I experienced the G-O, the mountains moved. I’ve seen “squirting” on films and it always looked fake to me. I guess I’ll add that to my Sex Bucket List! LOL

  3. August 31, 2012 @ 10:09 pm Mitch Roy

    I found the g-spot accidentally once and was lucky enough to have had the presence of mind to remember how I did it. Riding him is the best way, because of the position of your body and the curve of his penis. But you want to be really turned on; the same as with anal sex: the more excited you are, the more relaxed, and the less hidden the g-spot is.

    As Natalie says, the hardest thing about squirting is that feeling that you’re peeing yourself. You aren’t, but we’re so conditioned that it’s really hard to relax and just let it happen. I tend to just remind myself that the mattress pad is waterproof (yay, night sweats!), and the sheets need to be changed anyway. Doesn’t always work, but more often than not, it does.

  4. September 1, 2012 @ 1:43 pm Dee Dee

    something to add to my list of things to do. hopefully the instructions will work like a charm :)

  5. September 1, 2012 @ 5:37 pm Natalie

    Hey Dee Dee I am super happy to offer up private tips and suggestions for you. You can email me anytime at calgarypassion at gmail

  6. September 3, 2012 @ 1:13 am Brenda

    I’m a bit confused are you saying that g-spot orgasms always squirt? Or only g-spot orgasms squirt but not always?

  7. September 5, 2012 @ 11:32 am Natalie

    Hi Brenda,
    The anecdotal evidence suggests that a G Spot Orgams is the most likely to produce female ejaculation. Not every G Spot orgasm produces ejaculation and clitoral orgasms for some women can cause ejaculation.
    The fluid produced from female ejaculation is similar to the fluid produced by the male prostate. Alkaline and contains fructose and glucose sugars. It is not urine. It contains no creatine or urea which is found in urine.
    The reality is not every woman will experience ejaculation from a G Spot Orgams but you can sure have a hell of a good time trying!

  8. September 10, 2012 @ 4:56 pm Maggie

    My husband refers to me as “his favorite squirt gun”

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