A squirter is a person with a vulva who can ejaculate, or “squirt” fluid during orgasm. The fluid is released by the Skene’s gland, located at the base of the urethra. Although squirting is often depicted in pornography as a huge gush of fluid, in reality, it can be much less dramatic, emerging as a small gush or burble. The amount of fluid can also vary. Squirting usually occurs in response to G-spot stimulation, or dual stimulation of the clitoris and G-spot.

It is estimated that 10-50% of people with vulvas have experienced squirting orgasm. Those who experience squirting describe it as an intense release.

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Some studies have shown that squirting is just urine release during orgasm. However, those who regularly experience squirting say the liquid is clear and odorless. Other studies have found that while sexual incontinence also occurs, squirting, or “female ejaculation,” involves the expulsion of a few millilitres of fluid from the Skene’s gland, or female prostate. This fluid contains prostate-specific antigen. Still other studies have found that while squirting fluid includes some components that are similar to urine, it is still a unique substance.

For squirters, the exact composite of the fluid isn’t as important as the experience. A squirter’s partner may also enjoy the visual aspect of this type of orgasm.


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