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Squirting during sex
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An_254229 posted:
I have a question for women, if they happen to know, as to why some women "squirt" during sexual stimulation. Sometimes, my partner can easily "squirt" with manual stimulation of the clitoris area, and she can also do this occasionaly during intercourse. Why can some women do this, and i'll assume a majority, not be able to do this?
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georgiagail responded:
Because, well, some just can.

Gail
 
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timmyiscrazy replied to georgiagail's response:
Gail: So, do you squirt? Is it as intense as a normal orgasm for you? If there is such a thing as normal
 
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georgiagail replied to timmyiscrazy's response:
No, I don't. Just because some women can doesn't mean they are abnormal.

Gail
 
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kramer1961 responded:
what you're describing sounds like female ejaculation. this phenomonon is controversial because it hasn't well studied.

However, i've experieced it with 2 different women. I suspect only a small percentage of women can do this. Their usual response to it is embarrasment, because they don't understand it themselves.

Usually it accompanies orgasm, and so as with a male it gives the woman some sexual release.

Some studies indicate that some urine is involed, but that its not the main component. some women don't squirt so much as gush.
 
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dfromspencer responded:
A couple years past my divorce, I hooked up with this really nice, younger woman. She did this to me when we were having oral sex. Well, I should say, I was giving her, oral sex. And as she was squirting all over my face, she happened to contract and she saw my face. I could see the horror on her face. I have never seen anyone move that fast, but as soon as she saw me, she was gone, into the bathroom!!!

I finally coaxed her out, that took almost an hour. And I sat her down on the couch, and asked her why the reaction? She said she thought she was peeing on me? I told her that was nonsense. She was just squirting on me. She still freaked out about that, she said no one before me, had ever made her do that! I told her, thank you for the privilege!!! After some lengthy explaining, she finally got it. After that, she was such a fine squirter!!!

Relax, it is perfectly normal for some women to squirt, or gush, or just have a plain ole orgasm!!! Its all good!!!

Hope this helps?!!!

Dennis
 
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kramer1961 replied to dfromspencer's response:
well put, Dennis.
 
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dfromspencer replied to kramer1961's response:
Thank you, same to you!!! LOL!!!
 
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itsgood replied to timmyiscrazy's response:
Just to let you know. I have only experienced this gushing with one partner I had. For me the orgasm was more intense then a so called 'normal' one.
 
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springfield08 replied to kramer1961's response:
I can squirt as people call it an have only been able to do it with my fiance. Found out that even thou im embarrassed about it apparently people find it hot of both sexs
 
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kramer1961 replied to springfield08's response:
When you're horny springfield, whatever isn't hot?...lol. Like Dennis I got squirted in the face once, but I could tell right away it wasn't urine, or at least that wasn't the primary component.

It was no turn off for me, just the opposite although I suppose some might not like it. I did, because it gave great pleasure to my partner, which apart from pleasing myself is my only goal.

It was interesting too, although there was no internet back then, so I had nowhere to look this sort of thing up. Now all porn sites seem to talk about are squirting women. I suspect a lot of them ARE peeing.

kram


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