|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!