One of the most hotly debated arguments when it comes to female sexuality is squirting, aka when fluid comes jetting out of a woman's genitals, often with an accompanying orgasm, during sex. Not every woman can squirt though, so if you don't think you can, rest assured, there's nothing wrong with you. Is squirting just pee? Is it not pee? The answer is There's not a lot of scientific data out there that says if all women can squirt, how often, and how squirting happens.
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You know how people blame Disney movies for giving people unrealistic expectations about love? Well, I blame porn for giving me unrealistic expectations about sex. If porn were any indication of people's everyday sex lives, we'd all be firing off liquid streams of erotic bliss at every climax. Sorry, but no.
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Once considered fringe, many people are now eager to have the novel, intense, next-level orgasmic release that squirting offers. Scientists out there, get on this! The G-spot is hotly debated in its own right, but researchers agree that stroking the anterior wall of the vagina the front side will create a unique sensation that can lead to an orgasm. The biggest squirting mystery is the identity of the thin, milky fluid that gets released.