Okay, so the last few times my fiance and I have had sex I think I have squirted, and so does he. The first time was when he got off when I got off, and at first I thought the condom broke so I was freaking out. Whether I am on Birth Control or not I freak out if he goes inside me. It happened again a few nights later and again I was freaking out, so he filled up the condom with water to prove it hadn't broke.
The third time it happened I was on top, and all of a sudden he thought I peed on him, and I said "No, I felt it too, I think I squirted." It happened again the other night when we were having sex again.
Can a woman just suddenly develope this? We only started having sex in November and we've been together for 6 years. We messed around in the past, just never had sex, and now I'm starting to squirt everytime we have sex. Do some women's bodies do this so it does not become dry? After I squirt I can go for like half an hour or more, and the liquid has gone all over the sheets before. It totally is not the condom breaking, we have tested them over and over again, and now we have the conclusion that I squirt.
Lady_Magoo, Female ejaculate comes from you pee hole. It comes from the female "prostate" that is the same material that makes up the male prostrate. In a woman it forms around the urethra and the Skene's ducts are the conduit for it to come from the "prostate" to the urethra. So the quantity, and look is much the same as male ejaculate. It is normally a white fluid that is sweet tasting. Not much is known about female ejaculation as the same few studies keeps on popping up and being quoted over and over. It is generally an accepted phenomena. Research have shown that it does not have anything to do with orgasm, even though most woman reports these short bursts of fluid squirting out in a few short spurts.
It is thought that most woman will emit a few drops during sex. As this just ooze out, they do not even realize what is happening.
Although it was believed that female ejaculation is caused by stimulating the g-spot and front wall of the vagina, a substantial number of women also report squirting from clitoral stimulation. When you have sex in a position that stimulate your front wall of your vagina (like you on top, doggy or any of the more exotic positions where he penetrates very deep) you stand a better chance of ejaculating.
The biggest secret is that when you feel like peeing or you feel something is coming out, not to try to stop it or squeeze it back. Rather just go for it and bear down to force every thing out.
It normally happens suddenly like this, with a new partner. Once you know how to do it, it becomes easier.