Cumming vs. Squirting: Understanding Female Ejaculation
You’ve been believing the same myth about female ejaculation for years.
There is truly no end to the number of fantasies and mistruths made up in locker rooms by guys. Many of which, I’m sure you’ve heard.
“You can’t get a girl pregnant when she’s on her period.”
“Thinking of baseball makes you last longer.”
“Chicks actually really dig cargo shorts.”
While some of these myths are harmless or clearly not true, a lot of them can lead you astray or get you into trouble (childcare isn’t cheap fellas).
So today, I’m going to clear some topics up for you. Specifically, the topic of female ejaculation and the difference between a woman squirting and a woman cumming, two totally different things.
Squirting vs. Cumming
When a guy says, “I made her squirt”, they are most likely referring to a moment during intercourse where the woman ‘squirted’ or ejaculated fluid from her vagina. And most men who witness this are under the impression that this female ejaculation means she had an orgasm.
But that’s not always the case.
Now brace yourselves fellas, because this might surprise you. The female ejaculation isn’t “cum”. It’s watered-down urine.
During arousal, a woman’s bladder can fill up and squirt from the vagina or urethra. So while she may be cumming, she may not be. She can squirt without cumming.
That being said, squirting can still signify an orgasm or signs of pleasure!
This was discovered through an investigation of 7 women who experienced female ejaculation during intercourse.
Researchers took a sample from their ejaculates and found that the substance was mostly urine. However, in 5 of the women, they found “traces of PSA (prostatic-specific antigen)” in the sample – which meant that the squirting did correlate with elevated levels of pleasure and you guessed it, orgasms.
But other times, a woman will ejaculate. In this instance, she may or may not ejaculate with the force of a squirt. What will be different is that compared to squirting, the female ejaculate is a thick and white fluid that “resembles very diluted milk”. Similar to your own cum.
If you see this type of female ejaculation, you can rest assured that you’re on the right path.
How to Make a Woman Ejaculate
Not every woman will ejaculate when she has an orgasm. It depends on their body type and natural biology. So just because she isn’t squirting, doesn’t mean she’s not cumming. If you want to be sure, you can learn how to make her cum right here with me, Sarrah Rose.
It all has to do with the right clitoral and vaginal stimulation. Sometimes the G spot isn’t even the place where you will activate her orgasm. The female orgasm can come from several nerve endings. Which means a bunch of different places to reach her pleasure center from.
While the female body differs across a wide spectrum, there are some consistencies in women and how to pleasure them. And I want to teach you everything you need to know about it.