Anal Squirting: Is It Possible?

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Controversy abounds when it comes to the subject of female squirting, with some maintaining that it is a real phenomenon and others incorrectly claiming it exists only in the realm of imagination. Despite widespread curiosity about anal and vaginal squirting, few studies have been conducted on this topic, with many of those existing being done informally or on small groups. Nevertheless, evidence suggests there may be some truth to the concept - so if you're keen to find out more about what anal squirting entails, then read on!

Is Female Squirting Real?

Many women claim that female squirting is real, with the clear or whitish-colored liquid that is expelled during orgasm being different from urination. Studies show that though "squirting" and "ejaculation" are often used interchangeably, they refer to two distinct processes; ejaculation refers to thick whitish fluid coming from the female prostate while squirting usually involves a thin and plentiful liquid emanating from the urinary bladder.

It has been suggested that in order for females to actually squirt during intercourse, one must stimulate certain areas of their body - particularly those around anal and vaginal regions. This indicates that while some may find it comes naturally others may have difficulty mastering it - something which has fuelled debate amongst experts over whether or not squirting can really occur without effort. Whether true or false remains unclear yet understanding more about what's involved could help determine if such activity is attainable by all women who desire it.

What Exactly Is Squirting?

The act of female squirting occurs when a woman pushes in a down-and-out motion with her pelvic region during anal or vaginal sex, resulting in the expulsion of fluid from her body. Though many women claim this liquid can be expelled several feet away, it's likely just natural moisture that accumulates as the result of being aroused before and during sex. 

Nevertheless, some porn actresses have revealed tricks used to make it appear as if they are squirting - often involving inserting douche liquids into their anus or vagina prior to intercourse - leading some to believe the phenomenon is not real. Others maintain that what comes out afterwards is simply urine released after orgasm while those who experience it insist its veracity. 

Evidence suggests different types of secretion; ranging from thick white liquid or thin darker coloured fluid which may indicate there are multiple forms of 'squirt'. Whatever its form however, reports suggest such activity is relatively rare with only few people claiming regular occurrence. As such researchers face difficulty obtaining facts on the matter due to lack of study around topics like gushing and female ejaculation which all bear similarities yet possess unique features too.

Are Squirting and Female Ejaculation the Same?

Female squirting and female ejaculation are two distinct phenomena that often occur during sexual arousal.

Squirting is the release of a clear liquid from the urethra, which is usually triggered by intense stimulation of the G-spot or other sensitive areas in the vagina. This fluid comes from glands near the urethra called Skene’s glands and its composition varies depending on individual anatomy; it can contain water, fructose, prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP), glucose, creatinine, and trace amounts of urine.

Female ejaculation refers to a thick white-ish liquid that can be expelled through an orgasmic response similar to male ejaculation – usually accompanied by even more intense sensations than those associated with squirting. This fluid originates in the paraurethral ducts located around the female urethra; its composition contains high levels of glucose and prostate specific antigen (PSA) compared to regular urinary tract secretions. In terms of pleasure derived from each phenomenon – while both forms are highly pleasurable for women when they happen – most reports indicate that female ejaculation carries higher intensity sensations than squirting does as well as being much more difficult to achieve due to its deeper anatomical location within the body compared to where squirting typically originates.

How Common is Female Squirting?

Historically, it was thought to be rare and only experienced by some women during sexual activity. However, more recent studies have suggested that it is much more common than previously thought. The most comprehensive study on this subject was conducted in 2014 with over 2,000 participants from different countries around the world.

This study found that nearly half of all women had experienced female squirting at least once before and 13% reported having done so multiple times in their lifetime. Furthermore, the majority (63%) said they enjoyed the experience and felt sexually satisfied afterwards. This research shows that female squirting is not as uncommon as many people think – it’s actually quite common! Not only do many women enjoy the experience but it can also be beneficial to your health by helping to release stress hormones and relieve tension in your pelvic area which could lead to improved sexual satisfaction overall.

Health Benefits of Squirting Orgasms

Much like the orgasm that precedes it, squirting after sex has definite physical and emotional benefits. For one thing, squirting is a type of release that makes both the body and the mind feel much better. Many women describe it as freeing, liberating, and even mood lifting. Orgasms are linked to a reduction in stress and many health benefits, just some of which include:

  • Improved sexual satisfaction 
  • Increased pleasure during sex 
  • Release of stress hormones, leading to improved mental health 
  • Relief of tension in the pelvic area 
  • A sense of empowerment and connection with your body

The climax of all sexual activity is the perfect way to find release after the energy it takes to have an orgasm, and both orgasms and the resulting squirting action are a big part of that release.

Simply put, orgasms and squirting allow you to release and relieve a lot of physical and emotional tension that is felt before you start to have sex, which is why so many women aim for both of these things when they have sex.

What Does Squirting Feel Like?

Squirting itself, according to a lot of women, feels like it is an actual part of the orgasm. Because the amount of fluids released varies with each woman, some women barely notice when they’re squirting, while others feel it extensively because they are releasing a lot of fluids.

Squirting can range from a slight trickle to a stream of fluid being expelled to a deluge that gets everything around you soaking wet. Every woman is different, and your own experience can vary from one sexual escapade to the next.

In essence, if you’re wondering what squirting feels like, the feeling can be summed up in one word – wet. Squirting makes you wetter than you would be if you hadn’t squirted, but let’s face it, when it comes to sex, wet is good.

There are, however, concerns that some women have about squirting, particularly if they are “super-squirters.”

These women sometimes worry about the bedsheets getting too wet and messy and even what their partner will think about their wetness, but fortunately, most men consider squirting a turn on and most items that are squirted on can be cleaned easily.

Is it Pee? What Is the Fluid and Where Does it Come From?

When it comes to squirting, many people wonder exactly what is being expelled from the body at that point. Once again, this depends on who you ask, but there are a few things that most of the researchers agree upon.

First of all, if the fluid comes from the bladder, it is most likely only urine. However, if it comes from one of the many glands found in the vaginal area, it is usually urine mixed with other substances found in these glands, including PSA, which is also found in male ejaculate.

What does all of this mean? It means that instead of one type of fluid being expelled from one source, there are actually two types of fluids from two different sources. This includes the urine that comes out of the woman’s urethra, and urine mixed with substances from the female prostate.

In addition to PSA, there are other enzymes and proteins found in the fluid that women squirt out, including Human Protein 1 and PDE5, as well as water, electrolytes, and various sugars.

Interestingly, in Great Britain the act of squirting is not allowed to be shown in their porn films, mostly because it goes against the obscenity laws that explicitly state that no sexual acts regarding urine can be shown on the screen.

Does Squirting Only Happen During Orgasm?

Just like orgasms don’t only happen when having sex with a partner, squirting doesn’t only happen during an orgasm. In fact, when a woman is properly stimulated, it is possible for them to experience squirting without an orgasm and even without a partner.

In some ways, achieving this is a little more difficult and challenging than it is when you’re having sex with a partner and you’re completely aroused, but it isn’t impossible.

Some women, including women who have trouble having an orgasm, find it easier to squirt than to climax another way.

How the Skene's Gland Affects Squirting

The Skene’s glands are often compared to a mans prostate gland, but the two are naturally not exactly alike. The Skene’s glands in females can vary in size and shape, and no one actually knows what their main purpose is.

However, these glands – which are found at the top part of the vagina – operate in some ways just like the prostate does, as they produce viscous fluid. A theory is their purpose is to lubricate the entrance of the vagina during sex.

One of the ways the Skene’s glands affect squirting is due to the size of the gland. When a woman has large glands, she can have more intense squirting episodes and can squirt a lot more fluid.

Even though the glands were first recognized in the late-1600s, even today many drawings and diagrams of the female anatomy do not include any mention of them.

Can You Squirt From Anal Sex/Stimulation?

Squirting from anal sex or stimulation is certainly possible and in fact, many women experience more intense squirting when they are participating in anal sex than they do during regular vaginal sex.

The anal muscles are filled with lots of sensitive nerve endings, so when it is stimulated properly, a lot of erotic things can happen, including your ability to squirt.

Not only does anal sex enable a lot of women to experience squirting without vaginal sex, many of them claim that the squirting is also a lot more intense than the ones they feel during vaginal sex.

Of course, just because you squirt during anal sex doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll also have an orgasm. In fact, many women experience squirting during anal sex, but never have an orgasm, even when they squirt several times during the sex act.

Let’s face it, more than anything else, squirting is a physical reaction to the pressure you’re feeling at that moment, whereas there are both physical and emotional aspects of having an orgasm.

Naturally, this doesn’t mean that squirting during anal sex has to be routine and boring. Indeed, most women who squirt during anal sex claim it can be just as intense as other sexual outcomes, including orgasms, and many of them prefer squirting over orgasms and squirting during regular vaginal sex.

Preparing for a Squirting Session/Foreplay

In addition to a lot of foreplay, anal masturbation, which is always important in anal sex, there are ways that you can increase the odds of squirting during your next sex act. Being prepared both mentally and physically for anal sex goes a long way in helping you with your squirting once the sex is begun.

One of the things you can do to prepare for your squirting session is to practice Kegel exercises, because the muscles that are strengthened during this exercise are some of the same ones that you use when you squirt.

Kegels are a way to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, and the exercises are done by pressing downward and inward at the same time. From a sitting position, practice this squeeze-and-release method in sets of 10, and work your way up to three or four sets of 10.

Don’t rush it, but practice your Kegel exercises once or twice a day and you’ll notice a big difference both in and out of the bedroom. Other tips for preparing for anal sex squirting include:

    • Get regular massages. Most people have muscles that are very tight because of stress and their lifestyle, but regular massages help keep your muscles supple and more relaxed, which releases your sexual energy and lets it flow to the lower region of your body.
    • Discover what your psychological barriers are so that you can get rid of them. Today’s culture often shames women who are comfortable with their sexuality, but this is not the way it should be. Make sure there is nothing emotionally that is holding you back from great sex.
    • Make sure you use a lot of lube. All types of anal sexual activity require a lot of lube. This is because the anus is not self-lubricating like the vagina is, so make sure you buy and use lots of lube during anal sex if you wish to experience squirting.
    • Never try to hold back when you experience your orgasm. Instead, push out the orgasm, which increases the odds that you’ll squirt properly afterwards. Many women don’t allow themselves to experience this climax because they feel they’ll lose control over the situation, but letting go and pushing out is the only way to experience true bliss.
    • Keep yourself hydrated. The more fluids you have in your body, the better your squirting will be. Drink a lot of water on a regular basis, and keep a glass of water on your nightstand so that you can replenish your water supply right before you have sex and even afterwards. A hydrated body also allows you to squirt more than once during the sex act.
  • Don’t wear high heels very often. This sounds odd, but the truth is that wearing high heels can alter the way you rotate your pelvic bone, which can affect your ability to squirt. It doesn’t make a huge difference, but without wearing high heels, your squirting can be more intense.

There is one other important thing to do to increase the intensity of your squirting activity. Often, a woman is hesitant to let herself go and experience squirting because she feels like she is going to pee instead, which can be embarrassing.

If you empty your bladder before you get to the bedroom, you will know that instead of urinating, that urge you’re feeling later on is actually the urge to squirt, which means you can let go and allow yourself to experience this type of ecstasy.

How to Make a Woman Squirt During Anal Sex

If you want your woman to experience squirting during anal sex, you have to take things slow, even if she’s already squirted in the past. It is critical to remember that even though you're having anal sex, stimulating the g-spot is what will cause squirting. 

Preparation, relaxation and mood-setting are all key. This applies to both newbies and those with more experience, because without the right types of preparation, the squirting activity may not happen at all. Other steps and suggestions include:

  • Make sure the atmosphere is right. Prepare a romantic setting that can include candles, wine, dim lights, and soft music so that both of you can get into the proper mood.
  • Allow yourselves to relax. Sit or lie in the right position, and make sure both of your bodies are tension free and completely relaxed.
  • Don’t go any further unless you are completely convinced that you have enough time to complete the act and that you won’t be disturbed for a while.
  • If you prefer, you can lay towels down so that when the activity begins, your bed will be much cleaner and drier.
  • Find and stimulate her G-spot, which is on the vaginal wall, roughly an inch or two from the opening and towards the stomach area.
  • After applying lots of lube, slowly stimulate the G-spot area and explore it thoroughly.
  • If she feels like she is about to urinate, you are likely near the end.
  • When you start to have sex, consider either the cowgirl or the doggie-style positions.

Women who wish to squirt need to be comfortable with their bodies, and both of you should keep in mind that it may not happen the first time you try it.

Patience is a must, but with the right attitude, preparation, and tools – including lube and maybe even a strap-on – it will likely happen for the two of you eventually.

Easiest Positions for Women to Squirt From Anal

Much like other types of sex, there are sexual positions that are more conducive to making a woman squirt anally.

Keep in mind that unless the G-spot is stimulated, squirting will likely not happen, but even with the right stimulation, you still need a position that makes this type of sex much easier and more comfortable. The best positions for anal squirting will press down on the womans G-spot.

There are three main positions that work well when you want to increase your odds of squirting, and these include:

  • Girl on top. In this position, the woman should lean back slightly while the man rubs the frontal vaginal wall continuously throughout the sex act. If you want to be a little rougher and more aggressive, have her lean back a little more so that the G-spot is easier to find.
    • Missionary. Yes, some amazing things can happen using this standard sexual position. Prop her buttocks up with a pillow and have her bend her knees and place her feet flat on the bed so that reaching her G-spot is a lot easier. She can even bring her legs back and spread them out further for a more intense experience.
    • Doggie style, lying down. In this position, the woman lies down on her stomach and spreads her legs just enough for the man to enter her. The vaginal walls are then much tighter together, which allows for the possibility of squirting.

    Naturally, there are many other positions that will work great for anal sex and squirting, and you can even make up a few of your own. As long as you take your time and you are relaxed, squirting during anal sex is always a distinct possibility.

    Squirting Techniques

    Once you learn a few basic techniques, making a woman squirt is a lot easier. Some of the techniques are basic and standard, while others are really meant for more experienced squirters. These techniques include the following:

    • Intense stroking: Once you find the spot in her anus where the G-spot is pressured, rub it forward and backward, then switch to circular motions. Once she gets used to it, insert two fingers and do the same until orgasm occurs.
    • Start with vaginal stimulation: Stroke her G-spot and make a “come here” motion with the fingers. Start off slow and soft, increasing both speed and intensity as you go along. Once she's squirted vaginally, squirting anally should be a lot easier.

    You can even invent your own techniques if you like. The important thing is to find the G-spot through the anal walls and make sure it’s stimulated, use a lot of lube, and don’t rush through the activity, because this is the only way to make the experience memorable.

    Best Sex Toys to Make a Woman Squirt

    Since the G-spot is so important to the squirting process, sex toys that stimulate the G-spot are the best ones for her to use if she’s interested in squirting. These include toys like the following:

    • Basic G-spot vibrators, which come in many different sizes, but which all have the main purpose of stimulating the G-spot.
    • The rabbit, which usually consists of a dildo and a clitoral stimulator, and most of them have various speeds for you to enjoy.
    • Wand vibrators, which are shaped like wands and which are long, narrow, and have a rounded tip for easier insertion.
    • Butt Plugs, which are specifically designed for anal stimulation, can still be useful when trying to squirt. They put extra pressure on the g-spot from the other side. Try a fox tail butt plug and let the fur add extra stimulation as it strokes your legs too!

    When you’re looking for a dildo to stimulate the G-spot, look for a vibrator that is curved slightly at the tip, because these are the best ones when it comes to this type of stimulation.

    If it provides clitoral stimulation as well, this is even better, but if you’re interested in learning how to squirt, it is necessary for you to get a vibrator or dildo that is capable of stimulating that G-spot.

    Squirting is not as elusive as you may think, and if you’re interested in learning more about it, you will likely be surprised at how easy it is to accomplish, even if you are a beginner.

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