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  • Am I squirting?


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    I am a 17 year old and recently I've been interested in learning how to squirt. Everything I've researched or heard about it claims that it's one of the most mind blowing orgasms ever, and that G Spot stimulation triggers it. I've peed beforehand, tried all the techniques I've read about, and so far it's happened about five times. It appears to be mostly clear or a bit cloudy, and has a sweet smell (my urine usually has a rather strong unsweet scent lol.) I don't think that it's pee, but I NEVER orgasm when it happens. It takes me about half an hour when I do it, and while the build up feels great, the release itself feels more like peeing than anything else, and then my arousal is gone. I really want to be able to show my boyfriend or do this during sex, but I'm scared I'm peeing. I also wanna know what this amazing orgasmic experience is! I know I'm young but I'm in a dedicated relationship and am very safe and mature about my sexuality. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated!
    Last edited by Alison H.; 03-25-2021, 04:51 PM.

  • Squirting doesn't necessarily mean you will reach orgasm at the same time because they are two different things! From what you've said I think you are definitely squirting and not peeing. Amazing orgasmic experiences come with time and a lot of practise so you will get there!

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    • Originally posted by khaleesi322 View Post
      I am a 17 year old and recently I've been interested in learning how to squirt. Everything I've researched or heard about it claims that it's one of the most mind blowing orgasms ever, and that G Spot stimulation triggers it. I've peed beforehand, tried all the techniques I've read about, and so far it's happened about five times. It appears to be mostly clear or a bit cloudy, and has a sweet smell (my urine usually has a rather strong unsweet scent lol.) I don't think that it's pee, but I NEVER orgasm when it happens. It takes me about half an hour when I do it, and while the build up feels great, the release itself feels more like peeing than anything else, and then my arousal is gone. I really want to be able to show my boyfriend or do this during sex, but I'm scared I'm peeing. I also wanna know what this amazing orgasmic experience is! I know I'm young but I'm in a dedicated relationship and am very safe and mature about my sexuality. Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated!
      Well your right Khaleesi, you are correct you are squirting from what you just describe. My wife is a big squirter as well and has been for a long time with this practice. But she has orgasm and squirted at the same time it's pretty mind blowing for her each time. But more times you do you will learn about your body and will soon be able to do both as well. Just takes times is all just be sure you have a big supplied of towels or get plastic mattress cover for your bed so you don't ruin your mattress. Plus drink a good supplied of water so your hydro it makes it better to squirt and your bladder is empty to as well.
      When out driving always turn left. Then, should you become lost, you can find your way home by reversing the procedure and always turning right.

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      • To answer your question, there is very little chance that it is pee. Just like the male's body instinctive ability to shut down the ability to pee during sex, the female body does as well. The fact that it is clear and does not have a urine smell should give you comfort as well. I will say that the first "squirt" is sometimes tinged with a little touch of urine (it comes out the same place) but not unpleasant at all from a taste perspective (remember, urine is pretty sterile and is not generally harmful). He will be so excited that he helped you squirt that he will not notice anything else then the pleasure of the event.

        I think when your boyfriend is involved, it will be easier for you to orgasm. One important tip -- sometimes the harder you try, the more difficult it becomes. There are times when my SO can squirt a lot and other times it seems impossible. If frustration sets in, nothing will be pleasurable. Always remember that the "goal" of intimacy is pleasure . . . whether both of you orgasm or not.
        "The only consistent feature of all of your dissatisfying relationships is you." Despair.com "Dysfunction"

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        • Practice makes perfect hon. Just keep trying.

          The thing that connects squirting and orgasms is the trigger they share, which is stimulation of the g-spot. But they can also both happen independently. Add to that the fact that you can squirt from other stimulation as well (usually for more experienced women tho) and you can obviously orgasm from other stimulation, and it can end up being kind of a shotgun approach really.

          If you happen to orgasm from g-spot pleasure and squirt from g-spot manipulation at the same time, it can definitely be mind blowing, but I think part of what makes it so intense is also psychological - the pleasure and the 'performance' and a sense of outrageousness can trigger your mind to blow along with your body, and that can be pretty extreme.

          I'd just focus on enjoying sex overall and it'll happen sooner or later, more likely than not.
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          • Thanks to everyone who responded! My boyfriend and I were able to make it happen again, and I'm much more confident now that I'm not urinating. Still no orgasm, but hopefully that will come with time and more sexual exploration as some of you have said. Thanks

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            • Originally posted by khaleesi322 View Post
              Thanks to everyone who responded! My boyfriend and I were able to make it happen again, and I'm much more confident now that I'm not urinating. Still no orgasm, but hopefully that will come with time and more sexual exploration as some of you have said. Thanks
              Practice and practice makes perfect Khaleesi. Good luck and enjoy you'll get there soon enough then you will love it.
              When out driving always turn left. Then, should you become lost, you can find your way home by reversing the procedure and always turning right.

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