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  • Originally posted by ItsASecret View Post
    Yes, it can simply be defined as "more fluid coming out". Porn is a lie so try not to based anything off of those 6 foot long squirts, they inject water into the vagina with a syringe and tell them to push...that is how you get a long stream lol. But it is not uncommon for it to simply trickle out as more liquid rather than an actual squirt. And often it can be a very little amount no rush and no gush...just more wetness.
    for real man I know now don't believe anything about sex based on porn I always thought that was real but I read a porn star confession where a broad said that it's just urine and then I seen a porno where this chick was squirting off a super huge dude like 11-12 so im like thinking theres no way i can get a chick to squirt with my lil 7-8 incher man I gotta quit watching that **** thats prob y men be getting porn induced ed btw smh at octomom won't b long before she has a D**K in her mouth among other things sad to see a woman become a Jezebel

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    • An ex of mine would gush if I fingered her g spot, and would soak through three towels. I don't know if it was pee or not, but it was pretty **** hot.

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      • Yes that was squirting but sometimes I had that happen and didn't actually feel like I climaxed. It usually happens in the middle of a really good session. and it usually happens with a really long build up of sexual arousal and the G spot. Some guys don't like it. Others think its hot. But you can tell when its going to happen and if you are going to let it happen or not.
        attitude..it follows us around. It can be like a smelly sock or a sweet perfume. Others can tell. Be confident.

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        • Originally posted by Peacheskreme View Post
          Yes that was squirting but sometimes I had that happen and didn't actually feel like I climaxed. It usually happens in the middle of a really good session. and it usually happens with a really long build up of sexual arousal and the G spot. Some guys don't like it. Others think its hot. But you can tell when its going to happen and if you are going to let it happen or not.
          She has told me that she feels like she was going to squirt but says it never really reaches the point where she can just totally let it happen I guess.....We have talked about it and all and she knows that I find it very hot, but she just cant get to that point?!?! Were not sure what to do?

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          • How do you know it's a squirt and not pee?

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            • For me the consistency is a bit different... It is just a little thicker and it doesn't smell like pee either. Plus, if you make sure your bladder is empty before playing around, you really don't have to worry about it.

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              • Female ejaculation and urine do come from the same areas. But are both very different. Like Lanabear said, the consistency is different...
                It may look yellow in some instances, but ejaculate feels more viscous.

                But ya...pee before sex. And when you are about to "squirt", you may feel like you are going to pass out, or like you have to pee.....just relax and go with "the flow"

                ...lol, I made a funny
                The children almost broken by the world become the adults most likely to change it
                -PostSecret

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                • I'm a man, and I arrived at this thread upon conducting a Google search on this subject. Something amazing happened this morning and I need more info. A lot of sexual tension had been building up between me and a female roommate. Upon finding out that she hadn't had any sex or orgasm in a long time (she has a long-standing relationship with someone she hasn't been sexual with for 4 yrs) I began finding her to be sexually interesting. The relationship has always been flirty on her end, so one day about 2 weeks ago I got an erection while she flirted with me. She had on a sleepy tee shirt with panties on underneath and I just had a loose fitting pair of thin running shorts on. I called her on her stuff and held her close and began dry humping her. She responded instantly and wrapper her legs around me. I carried her off to her bed and landed on top of her. She pulled her legs up and we started to really grind it out with our underwear on. Her boyfriend was due home at any moment, so in a moment of clarity we broke it up and went about our business. About 2 days later, a similar event occurred: a teasing, passionate dry hump, but no coitus. She was very loud and squirmy, and yes, very frustrated when I pushed away, because people were coming in at any time and we didn't want to get caught like this. At one point she exclaimed and her body tightened up in a spasm. We both wanted sex really badly, but had run out of time. Well, I woke her up early this morning while everyone was still asleep and took her out to my SUV, where we could carry on without fear of being caught or interrupted. We took our bottoms off and got under the blanket and I began just sliding my erection teasingly over her lips and clitoris. It felt great to me and her eyes were rolling up to the back of her head as she squirmed desperately, so I kept doing it. We were really grinding it out like this when she loudly yelled out, and convulsed upward and bit my chest to muffle herself. We proceeded with some of the most satisfying sex imaginable. After the sexual explosion, I looked down and saw that she soaked both of us with white, creamy female ejaculate. I've seen this before, I fact my ex had this kind of orgasm regularly for about 4 yrs of our relationship. I never really knew what this meant and still don't, as female ejaculation not something that had been discussed with me prior to these events. I'm relieved to find out that this is nothing to be concerned about medically, and is an indication of profound sexual release. I asked her boyfriend if he ever experienced a female ejaculation. He says he's never experienced it himself, but has heard of it (by deduction, she has never had an ejaculating orgasm 'til now, unless she's induced it herself).

                  I'm just happy to discover that this is nothing to worry about, and I'm glad to have shared this new awareness of her sexuality with her

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                  • I'm kind of unsure of what you guys are referring to when you mean "gush". Anyway, I guess I "gush" when I squirt. All I know is that liquid comes out and I end up sitting a puddle of it. For me, it's never a little, it's always a lot. Another thing, it's never happened during an orgasm, it seems like it happens after a really intense orgasm. Therefore I find it really odd that men find it so appealing because it doesn't even feel good when it happens.

                    As for those trying to achieve this illusive female ejaculation, I do have some tips for you. First of all, we researched ways to do it, but weren't able to get them to work. On my own, one day, I ended up doing it on accident. Therefore, you, or your partner, should try doing it on her own first. Really get yourself worked up and aroused. Paying special attention to clit and g-spot. After a while, it will feel like you have to go pee. If you let yourself "go" or kind of push, it will come out.

                    By the way, you don't have to pee before hand. There were times when I was only able to achieve this because I had to pee. It's never once come out as urine. It's completely clear and has no smell, like water. And if you do pee, well then, whatever, you peed. Who cares? You shouldn't let fear of accidentally urinating stop you.

                    After she's been able to do it herself, you can get someone else to do it. The first time, it's best not to try during sex. The easiest way to do it is to get very aroused. Have your partner put two fingers inside of you and stroke the upper wall. There will be a spot there that feels really good, the g-spot. If he hits that very quickly in one way or another and have his hand gently pressing down on your lower belly, (the same exact area where you feel cramps) the needing-to-pee sensation will occur, then just push.

                    During sex, I've only been able to have this happen twice. In missionary position, lay with a pillow underneath your butt. This will allow the angle for him to be able to better hit the g-spot. Guys, you need to be ready for a really good workout. I think the main issue with it not being so successful during intercourse is because guys get tired after bucking for a while. Pressing down on the lower belly also helps with this. For me, it only ever happens after I have an intense orgasm. Therefore, once I reach an intense orgasm like this, I make him slow down to where he's barely moving. Then, *guuuush* ;P

                    Again, this is just how it works for me. I've read sometimes that women were able to achieve it because their boobs were being played with or clitoris touched. My breasts aren't very sensitive, so that does nothing for me. And too much clit stimulation kind of hurts for me. That's why it's so important to try on your own. That way it's easier to recreate it with someone else.

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                    • Got attacked again this morning by the bed-soaking chest biter. I think all this squirting is coming from pent up sexual energy and anticipation. I'm thinking this will be the last time. I'm not cool with the moral aspects of this trysty little relationship that has been built. Yes the sex is very intense, but morality should prevail, so I'm ending it on this very soggy note.
                      Last edited by rdenson2; 06-08-2012, 07:32 AM.

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