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Video: How To Female Ejaculate (i.e. "Gush" or "Squirt")

Men - Is This The Kind Of Female Orgasm You'd Like Your Partner To Enjoy?

Warning - loud video! NSFW!

If it is then the good news is that you can do the same thing at home with your partner. Watch the video below to find out how this is possible. Just click on the image below to find out.

This video will show you how to make any woman come as she experiences powerful, body-shaking orgasm with female ejaculation.

It shows you how to find and stimulate a woman's G Spot until she reaches orgasm and female ejaculate shoots from her body! Watch the video now - the next woman you have in bed will thank you for it, every time she comes!

Click Here To Discover How To Make Her Ejaculate - Every Time!


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Video - Female Ejaculation - How To Make A Girl Squirt

More about the "how to" of female ejaculation

The G spot and Female Ejaculation

You probably already know that the G-spot is a route to vaginal orgasm and even female ejaculation. You may well have seen plenty of female ejaculation videos on the internet.

You may want to achieve this for yourself - but for that to happen, you have to be able to find the G spot, and you have to be able to stimulate it for long enough, and in the right way, for the woman to come.

So let's start with the basics. The G-spot is an area of sensitive tissue on the front wall of the vagina about two or three inches inside.

It responds to regular stroking by a finger or penis during sex to produce wonderful waves of sexual energy which can lead to a vaginal orgasm and indeed female ejaculation such as you can see in the female ejaculation video on the top right hand side of this page.

This is different to a clitoral orgasm in that the orgasmic energy feels like it's traveling through a woman's whole body.

One woman said she felt like her whole body was melting and she was being absorbed in her own orgasm!

(The G-spot is part of the same tissue that in a man's body forms the prostate, and, like that organ, it secrets fluids during sexual arousal. These fluids may squirt some distance from a woman's urethra during a vaginal orgasm: this is "female ejaculation" - if you want to know more, you can see female ejaculation videos here.)

Jason Julius has produced a great video which explains how you can make a woman sqirt (ejaculate, or "gush"). If you'd like to see his video on female ejaculation, simply click on the sidebar at the top right hand side of this page.

Stimulating the G spot

The G spot generally has to be stimulated for about ten to fifteen minutes before a woman has an orgasm, but unfortunately most guys just can't last this long during intercourse before they ejaculate.

The easiest way to make sure you and your partner enjoy a vaginal orgasm is to have sex in the positions which are most likely to stimulate the G spot as well as slowing the man down, so both partners have a chance of reaching orgasm at about the same time.

The G spot is a powerful sexual organ, but it works best if a woman's already aroused and well-lubricated. You can see some useful female ejaculation videos here.

Video On Female Ejaculation

In fact, for the most rewarding G-spot stimulation, a woman needs to be feeling loved and romanced by her partner - so sex should start hours or even days before a couple get into the bedroom.

By this, we mean that the man should make his partner feels loved and that she knows he wants to take them both to the peak of sexual pleasure.

There are many ways of doing this, such as leaving sexy notes for each other, calling to say "I love you" during the day, and setting up a romantic and attractive bedroom scene (flowers on the bed, a warm environment, soft light and candles, and so on).

OK, you may be wondering, which are the best sex positions for G-spot are those?

First: Woman on top

Lots of women find this position very sexy, because they can take control and find out what feels best for them. When a woman's on top, she can control the depth of penetration, the speed of sex, the intensity of thrusting - and, of course, the angle at which her man's penis hits her G spot.

She can lean forwards or backwards, raise herself up or down, and generally find out what feels best for her. She can identify all the different ways of moving that give her the greatest pleasure on her G spot.

The female ejaculation video seen at the top of the right hand side of this page is ample demonstration of the power of this sexual position to make a woman ejaculate. You can see other squirting or gushing videos on the internet.

Second: Rear entry kneeling

This is the sexiest position of all - so primal and sexy, and a favorite with almost all men (though women may feel a bit self-conscious if they think their butt isn't their best feature!) You can get deep penetration

Now, for the best g spot stimulation, position your legs outside of hers and put more of your weight forward, so you are riding her from up higher.

This puts your penis on more of a downward angle, and helps you hit her g-spot more directly. You can also experiment with having her legs more open, or more closed to see what feels best.

You may find using cushions in this position helps too: if you put a cushion underneath the woman, and adjust the angle until she fels most sensation, it gives her hips a particular tilt that totally increases the power of G spot stimulation and gives her an ejaculation worthy of the best female ejaculation videos!

Third: Man Kneeling or Standing, Woman's Legs on His Shoulders

Many couples love this sex position. With many g spot positions you canít look each other in the eyes. With this one, it is easy! Also, when you want to hit the g spot, having your legs high and wide is the secret ingredient. Sometimes putting your feet on your partnerís shoulders can be the most comfortable, and it's also just super sexy!

Now, you can do this position in lots of ways. You can do it off your sofa, a chair, or your coffee table. Or, you can modify it to work off your bed by kneeling or standing. The only real key to this position is that your partner is angled upward, with her legs spread wide or on your shoulders. You can achieve this combination in lots of different ways, so be creative!

Achieving Orgasm During Intercourse

This website is entirely designed towards promoting sexual satisfaction. But when it comes to women, the first thing to ask is - well, what would sexual satisfaction actually look like for a woman? What is it that gives women pleasure in bed? And does that include female ejaculation, or watching female ejaculation videos - for the sake of sexual knowledge, of course!

Perhaps a good way to answer this question is to ask which sexual issues women complain about most. And that's easy to discover!

The sexual concern uppermost in women's minds is that they do not achieve orgasm during intercourse - and they wish to know how this can be done!

When asked to state their "main" problems (more than one) with sexual intercourse, a group of women replied as follows to the survey conducted by about women's sexual responses:

  • 75% said they rarely or never achieved orgasm during intercourse

  • 55% said intercourse did not last long enough

  • 40% said their partner did not know how to prevent premature ejaculation and delay climax

  • 22% said they were sometimes encouraged to have sex by their partner even if they did not want it

  • 15% said they had low sexual drive

  • and the rest provided a range of answers including "varying desire through the month", "the need for contraception", "not being able to have sex during menstruation", "not feeling in the mood after having children", "sex drive very different to partner's" and so on.

Many women are ashamed of the fact that they cannot - or, more accurately, do not - achieve orgasm during intercourse, especially the kind of orgasm that their partners enjoyed watching and somehow took as a standard for the couple's sex life.

And of course that includes female ejaculation videos showing squirting or gushing. In fact, women may even think they have a serious problem, or that something is wrong with them if they can't match up to these ejaculating women in the videos. But the truth is that squirting is not common - you need to set out to learn how to do it!

Another area where women judge themselves lacking: very few women achieve orgasm during sex, and this is actually quite normal.

Estimates of the percentage of women who get to orgasm during intercourse vary from almost none to about half. But our research shows that the real number may be between one in ten and one in five.

In the survey we mentioned above, other questions about achieving orgasm during intercourse produced some interesting replies. In response to the question "How often do you get to orgasm during intercourse, with no additional stimulation?"

14% of women said that they "always" reach orgasm during intercourse with a partner
11% of women said that they "sometimes" reach orgasm during intercourse with a partner
75% of women said they "rarely" or "never" had an orgasm during intercourse with a partner

But even when you look at the 14% who said they always come during sex with a partner, it turns out that this is generally not through vaginal thrusting alone: one of the ways in which couples often ensure a woman achieves orgasm during intercourse is to stimulate the woman's clitoris while the man thrusts in her vagina.

Sometimes the man stimulates her clitoris, sometimes the woman stimulates herself: in either case, it increases the frequency of orgasm during vaginal sex, as you would expect. In fact, about 66% of women could come during intercourse when they tried this method.

Other variations which women use to achieve orgasm during vaginal sex include having sex in the woman-on-top position while she pushes herself against him (35%), the partners pressing their pubic bones together (14%), and having extended foreplay before penetration (11%).

And if a couple take the time to learn more about sexual techniques, say by watching female ejaculation videos, they can increase the frequency of orgasm during intercourse considerably.