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My hubby wants me to ejaculate (squirt) for him very badly, however I can't do it. When he's stimulating me, it feels like I have to pee very badly, however, nothing comes of it.He tried his level best for it, but it seems something wrong with me.
Do I have to concentrate on a muscle or just relax everything? What do I do?I want him to be happy.
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replied January 23rd, 2011
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yasheeroy, Do you orgasm with him?

In research on female ejaculation some characteristics were identified for women that do ejaculate. Depending on what studies you read, only about 12 to 20% of woman have the glands involved in female ejaculation.

So there is absolutely nothing wrong with you. Squirting/ejaculation should also not be a goal. His goal should be to give you pleasure and an orgasm. The same for you, your goal should be to pleasure him and make him orgasm.

Looking for the "g-spot" can also be damaging for your health. The so-called g-spot is very close to the bladder sphincter. Stimulating this area too hard will create stress in this area and cause incontinance.

In all likelyhood, most of the stuff he has seen on this topic are eiher edited or peeing.

The research on female ejaculation was sort of left incomplete in the late 1990's. Research in the 2000's concentrated on imaging of the female genitals during arousal and orgasm. No evidence were found of the "g-spot" or female squirting and gushing. It was however found that the bladder will fill up rapidly during stimulation. There is also the possibility that the fluid that builds up in the bladder is a much more pure liquid, rather than oure urine. The latest study that was concluded last year found that the so called "g-spot" is more likely to be the internal structures of the clitoris (which is actually around 7 inches or 16 cm long).Of course there is nothing wrong with doing whatever you want with your husband. Letting go and squeezing to urinate during orgasm is extremely pleqasurable. If that is what both of you agree too, just go for it.

Best of luck!
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replied January 24th, 2011
Susan, I didnt got u.Even i try for it, but what i should do for it.what u mean by letting go----??Yes, not everytime but sometime i get organsm with him.I dont know why but sometime he gets finished before me.Is squirting not possible for me??If only 20% squirt then i think i dont belong to that cateogry.
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replied January 25th, 2011
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yasheeroy,'Letting go' - When you feel like you want to pee, stop squeezing it back and holding it in. Instead, push out and keep on doing that like you want to pee.

The chances that you will ejaculate when he has his penis inside you is very small. Normally fingering is the way to go. So he should finger and tease you for a long time. When you get close to orgasm, just relax a bit and let it build again. The best chance you have is when you are super aroused like this. If you are multi-orgasmic, he can also just keep on stimulating you. You can practice this when you masturbate. Do not go for a quick orgasm but extend your play a bit to give you a longer period of high arousal.
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replied January 28th, 2011
weird sometimes one will find things they were not originally looking for... anyway.

so ejaculation is real & possible & advice you have gotten is (mostly) accurate. i am a male & one of the best lovers of my life is an extreme squirter. to the point we couldn't sleep in the bed sometimes or even have quickies because of the left overs.

she explained to me how to help her & what it felt like & it sounds like you are there... just don't fight it. Like a male that is sexual aroused - we cannot pee. The feeling you have is the ejaculation wanting to happen.

And... I have actually read the opposite... 90+% of women can do it... they just freak out or think they cant. I can vouch to that too as I have tried to get later partners to do the same & they all said they had to pee & didn't believe me when I told them to let it go.

after you do it the 1st few times then doing it while making love will be easier. she (my ex) can & does have multiple "squirts" during the course of sex & she has been able to do it in less than a couple of minutes.

when she has an orgasm (with or with out squirting) she "pushes" very hard... sometimes so hard she pushed me out.

as far as doing it "for" him... he probably just wants to please you... & from witnessing it, I know that squirting is an extremely powerful orgasm. It will do wonders for his "ego" & reassure him that he is good enough for you (we worry about stuff like that & we all want to be the best you ever had). but you should do it for you above all.

practice by yourself so you know what to expect.
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replied January 30th, 2011
WTH! Why would anyone want to do this? I don't think this is possible for everyone. No matter what kind of stimulation I have had going on, I never had anything that felt like needing to pee or resulted in"squirting"! I hope it works out for you though. It sounds like you are on the right track I guess.
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replied June 25th, 2011
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due to easy access to porn more and more people have watched female ejaculations; squirting
most women probably can and for many the path is feeling inside the vagina directly under the urethra is a female prostate gland, generally a ramp shape and near the front 70% , a few in the middle and larger number near the opening to the bladder 8%
If u want to find it and can't; while peeing on the toilet using your finger u will find the urethra by feeling the flow and some small 7% very hard to find
this produces a PSA and a sort of glucose secretion, not urine
as to if some do urinate, so what, it is sterile as r vaginal secretions and ejaculate
PERHAPS the reason some women have never found it is due to putting a little pressure they feel that need to urinate and immediately alleviate by changing positions etc but most can "get over" that feeling without urinating and ejaculating and some believe most women do but some ejaculate goes into the bladder or is just not very noticable
women know that SOMETIMES they can get unbelievably wet so it might just take the right circumstances
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replied June 25th, 2011
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What you see on Porn are girls or women who have drank large amounts of water...They are often put in cold rooms with cameras to bring this on...Female Ejaculation cannot be taught...It's a woman only happening...She must feel within herself a place of complete happiness and have the ability to show her lover her most treasured parts...She must show him her soul....Take care...

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replied July 27th, 2011
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UnknownABC wrote:
yasheeroy, Do you orgasm with him?

In research on female ejaculation some characteristics were identified for women that do ejaculate. Depending on what studies you read, only about 12 to 20% of woman have the glands involved in female ejaculation.

So there is absolutely nothing wrong with you. Squirting/ejaculation should also not be a goal. His goal should be to give you pleasure and an orgasm. The same for you, your goal should be to pleasure him and make him orgasm.

Looking for the "g-spot" can also be damaging for your health. The so-called g-spot is very close to the bladder sphincter. Stimulating this area too hard will create stress in this area and cause incontinance.

In all likelyhood, most of the stuff he has seen on this topic are eiher edited or peeing.

The research on female ejaculation was sort of left incomplete in the late 1990's. Research in the 2000's concentrated on imaging of the female genitals during arousal and orgasm. No evidence were found of the "g-spot" or female squirting and gushing. It was however found that the bladder will fill up rapidly during stimulation. There is also the possibility that the fluid that builds up in the bladder is a much more pure liquid, rather than oure urine. The latest study that was concluded last year found that the so called "g-spot" is more likely to be the internal structures of the clitoris (which is actually around 7 inches or 16 cm long).Of course there is nothing wrong with doing whatever you want with your husband. Letting go and squeezing to urinate during orgasm is extremely pleqasurable. If that is what both of you agree too, just go for it.

Best of luck!

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replied March 11th, 2014
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I have ejaculated and the first time it happened while I was masturbating... it was a surprize but the most amazing orgasm I had ever had up to that point. It is something you MUST feel free to do with your partner.. and if they are shy or bashful at all it will likely not happen. Those who say it is impossible simply do not know the truth ... it is a wonderful feeling and it has completely and entirely turned on the lover that I have shared the experience with... but you DO have to let it happen and yes; it feels like you have to pee... but if your partner is into it.. let it go.. it is not urine .. it does not smell and it is fantastic... and from my experience the squirting occured after many, many years of marriage and a boring lover ... and as I have gotten older I have also been able to multi orgasm which has been another amazing and wonderful thing... again; you need the right lover for this to occur... and believe me... my husband was NOT the right lover; I found a wonderful lover when my marraige ended
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