Ah, female ejaculation, a tantalizing topic among women and men alike. Because I work at Lioness , a sexual pleasure company where we talk about orgasms on a daily basis, the topic of female ejaculation comes up pretty frequently. Whenever I get into a conversation about squirting with people, voices usually become hushed. People lean in to the conversation—excited, inquisitive, and wanting to hear any nugget of new information they can get about this seemingly magical event during sexual arousal. Is it as elusive and mystical as some believe it to be? When you squirt, is it pee?
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Squirting: Holy Grail or Fairy Tale?
As a Nick Orleans fan from way back, I'm dismayed at how low he's fallen. Nick and his regular screenwriter Allison Leigh pretend to take the subject seriously, with Alexis Fawx in the lead role vainly trying to create a character who becomes obsessed with learning how to squirt as if her life depended upon it. Her livelihood does, since the blog she runs with young Cindy Starfall has had its ownership bought out, and the new bosses demand articles about squirting, based on first-hand knowledge, or the ladies will lose their jobs.
Do you think squirting is just for a lucky few? Any woman can learn to squirt. With just a few tweaks to your lovemaking sessions, you can find yourself having earth-shattering, mind-blowing orgasms. Take a look at the expert-tested tips below:. One of the most important aspects of learning to squirt is getting comfortable with yourself and your partner.