General consensus seems to be that squirting or gushing is the release of some fluid during or just before orgasm. However, not all women experience any sort of ejaculation of liquid at orgasm. Another study found that those who reported orgasming from inside the vagina ie, G-spot were more likely to report a spurt of fluid at the moment of orgasm.
But how does it happen, what happens exactly and what causes it? Female ejaculation is strongly linked to G-spot simulation, that is, stimulation of the internal area at the front of the vagina. Your G-spot can be stimulated in any number of ways, either through intercourse, foreplay or with a vibrator — but it can take some practice to find your sweet spot.
What you describe—clear, odorless fluid released when the "right spot deep inside" is stimulated—is classic "female ejaculation. For some women, direct stimulation of that spot on the vaginal wall releases the fluids from that gland. Not all women experience this, but it's certainly noticeable for women who do!
Woman A: I had been doing some research on squirting and one thing that came up a lot was to just let go and let your body do what it wanted while you were having an orgasm, so I tried it. At first, it felt like I had to pee and so I wanted to hold it. But when I just let go, I realized that I could squirt.
Like coconut water, culottes, and CrossFit, squirting is having a moment. Squirting is when fluid comes jetting out of a woman's vagina, often accompanying orgasm. But not for kids!
When I first heard about female ejaculation, I thought it was a bullshit myth invented by women who accidentally pee during sex, and one supported by fetishists who wanted to believe in it — until it happened to me. I was 25 and had been having sex for about 8 years not consistently, I should say. I have no idea why my body chose that moment — in the middle of a reverse cowgirl with some dude I'd just met a few hours before — to bust out its new parlor trick; in fact, there were a lot of things that confused me about what happened, like, "Where did that fluid come from and what is it?
Fair warning, this article will make reference to squirting, gushing and the G-spot. While pornography featuring female ejaculation has been banned in the UKit represents the third most searched category in Australia and has been a consistent point of curiosity throughout history. Many of you may be surprised to learn that females are capable of ejaculation, however, the phenomena has been written about from as early as 4 Century China, where the liquids excreted during orgasm were believed to be imbued with mystical and healthful properties.
A dozen women, my then-partner among them, shooting arcs of liquid into the air from their genitals for the very first time, in unison. What had begun 90 minutes earlier as a fairly granular anatomy lesson in a Brooklyn townhouse had seamlessly morphed into something resembling the fountain show at the Bellagio. Up until this moment, I harbored serious doubts that the well-muscled man wearing colorful briefs and the hairstyle of a Lenape warrior could guide this diverse group of women and their partners to opening the floodgates for the first time, much less at the same time. Indeed, I showed up feeling fairly certain that there were people who could squirt and people who could not squirt and that it broke down in a ratio similar to those who are right- and left-handed.