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Why do we squirt and gush? We really don’t know. Sadly, there’s not many studies behind the physiology.
Everybody’s different: some gush a lot, some squirt a little, some don’t squirt (or not enough to notice).
If you think squirting is just pee, think again. It’s actually got a chemical make up more like prostate fluid.
Some people find that when they squirt, their orgasm feels stronger. But some people don’t feel any difference.
Squirting is when fluid is expelled from the vulva, often at the time of orgasm, although no necessarily. G-spot stimulation tends to be the best technique for squirting, but everyone’s different and other types of stimulation can work too.
The volume of fluid can range from a small amount that is hardly noticeable, to a significant amount that’ll soak the mattress. Squirting fluid is distinct from pee, but the science is still inconclusive on exactly what’s going on when squirting happens.
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