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I would love to be able to squirt and my husband would love it if I did to. Is there any way that I can make myself become one?
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replied March 29th, 2009
sure you can i did. what i did was i took a vibrator be sure your by your self for this you might need close to a hour what i did was i played with myself until ihad a orgasm but i kept going and going and going then its came the squirting also you can try having your husband play with you g-spot also thats helps you squirt too.
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replied March 29th, 2009
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not everyone woman can squirt...but mostly it does come from gspot stimulation
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replied March 31st, 2009
wow
i would luv 2 experience that to cos i am curious.lol
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replied October 22nd, 2009
I would love to become a squirter but I think that I am broken, can't even find the G-spot is it possible that I was born without one?
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replied March 10th, 2012
you're normal
nobody is born without one. orgasm comes from stimulation of the clitoris. it all depends on the distance from the clitoris to the vagina as to if you can reach climax from actual intercourse. i never have. lots of women never do. and i,for one, am not gonna fake it.
the same level of orgasm can be reached in other ways. you just have to experiment with your partner and see what works best for you. there is NOTHING wrong with you. you're perfectly normal.
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replied May 19th, 2012
you cant cum?
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replied August 1st, 2012
If you can't find your G-Spot, let him play with your Clitoris.
I can't find my G-Spot too, but I let him place his finger on my clitoris while he penetrates me. It will make you squirt alot quicker.
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replied October 22nd, 2009
the best way to squirt is to have your partner insert there two middle fingers upwards and bent a little and while doing that put other hand at the top of your vagina and rub and push down a little,this does work Smile
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replied October 22nd, 2009
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You also have to let go and not squeeze your urethral entrance shut. It will feel like you have to pee. Stop yourself from holding it back and push like you want to empty your bladder. This is very important. If you squeeze it back, it will never come out.
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replied October 12th, 2011
see i get that way... like i have to pee but im really worried that i will actually urinate on my partner. FYI i've never experienced an orgasm so i wouldnt know what it feels like to just have a regular orgasm
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replied October 11th, 2012
you've never had an orgasm? Have your lovers been that selfish? Sometimes we get too uptight to orgasm. You need to relax, let yourself feel whats going on with your body. Try to pleasure yourself alone. You can even get a vibrator. If you are too embarrassed to go to a store, there are numerous sites online. They are discreet when they mail.It will help you when you are with a partner. There are even books on becoming orgasmic. You are missing out on a wonderful function of the human body!
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replied November 15th, 2010
i use to squirt all the time with my ex bf it was the most amazing feeling in the world. id want to have sex all the time and never stop and of course he loved that which only made our great relationship better.

well we broke up 2 years ago and ive slept with numerous guys since nooo more squirting...its my life long goal now to find another guy who can get me to!
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replied November 15th, 2010
i use to squirt all the time with my ex bf it was the most amazing feeling in the world. id want to have sex all the time and never stop and of course he loved that which only made our great relationship better.

well we broke up 2 years ago and ive slept with numerous guys since nooo more squirting...its my life long goal now to find another guy who can get me to!
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replied March 7th, 2011
my boyfriend wants me to squirt and i dont think i know how or if i even can? any suggestions?
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replied March 11th, 2012
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When you feel like you have to pee, just let go and push it out.
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replied July 6th, 2012
My husband rubs the tip of my clitoris while he moves in and out of me. This makes me come a lot quicker! We have 4 kids and sex has become a whole lot better with me having orgasm in al the rounds.
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replied July 29th, 2012
Squirt vs. pee?
I have been wondering about this, 5 or 6 times now right when I feel like I'm going to have an orgasm all of a sudden 'i have to pee' and stop, which is awful because nothing is worse than ending sex right before you're about to orgasm, but by the time I make it to the bathroom there's barely anything there.. my boyfriend tells me to just let it out, but I REALLY don't want to pee on him!!
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replied September 14th, 2012
the same thing happens to me i wonder is that when it's that when it's time to let go push and squirt
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replied August 16th, 2012
so.. if i "have to pee" ? is it just a sign to squirt?
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replied August 24th, 2012
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Every Girl has the ability to squirt. I was never a squirter until recently through masterbation, it felt great, but makes a huge mess (clean up, not so sexy)

My boyfriend is dying to make me squirt, I can do it by myself!?!?! Through different experiments Ive come to know some important things.

Hydration is important for this
Learning to control muscles, Hold in, push out is vital
You have to push through the feeling of peeing (When I was worried Id pee on my boyfriend he laughed and said it would still be hot, I rolled my eyes)
Also foreplay and slow long stimulation is important as well.
Both clitoral and Gspot stroking is important

I can reach better squirt alone but have on several occasions been able to squirt with my BF. He loves it, as long as he does clean up I dont care lol.
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replied October 5th, 2012
With every girl I ever tried, I was able to make her squirt.. EVERY GIRL IS A POTENTIALLY SQUIRTER.
All it takes is a long stimulation ahead and a curious guy who really wanna know how to do it right.. the web is full of toturials.
Good luck Wink
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replied October 5th, 2012
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d2sick wrote:
With every girl I ever tried, I was able to make her squirt.. EVERY GIRL IS A POTENTIALLY SQUIRTER.
All it takes is a long stimulation ahead and a curious guy who really wanna know how to do it right.. the web is full of toturials.
Good luck Wink


It's words like yours that can frustrate a woman....Her ability to do this lies within.....It's her feelings and passion that make this happen...
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replied October 8th, 2012
I did not meant to frustrate no one, off course every women has to be comfort and relaxed and secure etc.. and off course she has to be turned on( and I think I did mentioned lost stimulation..)
All im saying is that it takes time and practice and some1 who is willing to learn how to do it(it can be the women herself or her partner)
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replied January 7th, 2013
d2sick, I see what you're saying. Sometimes you mean well and people just take it wrong through writing. I don't believe that EVERYONE can be a squirter though.

For all of those that say they haven't reached orgasm at all yet, the best solution is self exploration. I couldn't orgasm until I was 23 and could only get there when I was on top. When I talked to gfs about it, they said they had the same issues. I mentioned it to my gyno and they said that many women can't until they're in their mid to late 20s. I'm 31 now and have a wonderful sex life! Don't get frustrated, just try getting there on your own or with a vibrator and get to know what gets you there. After that, you'll have much better results with your partner. Don't be afraid to tell your partner what you like and what helps you achieve orgasm!
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replied April 2nd, 2013
It's never too late :)
I'm 43 and my boyfriend is the first and only to get me to squirt....I'm just upset it took this long to experience it. It's amazing and created such a connection between us! The first time it happened he had asked me if I could squirt and I said "I have no idea".... and, about 30 minutes into foreplay, he went down on me and fingered me with the come-hither move and BAM!
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replied April 2nd, 2013
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Hi NatesMate...It wasn't necessarily the movement, it was you as a woman letting go and allowing him to see the woman that you are...You became free....You showed no inhibitions and opened the door to your paradise...I know, I live there too....My best to you...

Caroline...
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