Should we be afraid of it? Is it due to an anomaly? This phenomenon can arouse fear, even disgust in some people, especially because it is still misunderstood, even today. And yet, scientific research carried out by several sexologists has shown that it is a completely natural physiological reaction.
Indeed, anatomically, squirting women have nothing that differentiates them from others. Moreover, Dr. Desvaux, andrologist and sexologist, had affirmed that many more women than one might think can be fountains. On the other hand, the work carried out by Dr. Cabello Santa Maria indicated that 75% of the women studied would have expelled a liquid at the time of orgasm.
The progress of science has made it possible to make this phenomenon a little better known and to sweep away prejudices. Nevertheless, it is still a source of frustration for some women, because many of them still feel shame in front of their partners. Fountain women are all different from each other. Some manage to control them, while others cannot.
Can all women be fountains?
The phenomenon experienced by squirting women is a physiological mechanism, which implies that everyone is logically capable of it. In some women, this impressive ejaculation consisting mainly of love juice and urine is uncontrollable. In others, it is well controlled.
What is reassuring is that being a fountain woman can be learned. For this, there are different possible techniques. Nevertheless, you should know that each person is different, that is to say that it is necessary to go through several phases of discovery of your body in order to find the appropriate method.
On the other hand, there are several tips that can favor the mechanism, such as reaching an optimal state of relaxation, since stimulation and relaxation are the key points of this phenomenon. Several sexologists suggest that it's all about letting go and that the expulsion of this liquid is likened to a total letting go.
How to achieve it?
The role of the partner
According to sociologist Jacques Salomé, squirting women are, for the most part, women who have found a partner who is sensitive and attentive to their sex. Indeed, to reach this state and trigger the mechanism, it is necessary to be in tune with one's body, one's sexuality and especially one's partner, so that the act is a moment conducive to relaxation and not a source of stress.
It is quite possible to trigger this phenomenon by being alone. Studies made in 1950 showed that stimulation of the G-spot could be the cause of this phenomenon. There are therefore several possible techniques, such as the use of sex toys, but also the "Captain hook" technique, which consists of introducing two fingers, in the shape of a hook, into the vulva, then exerting gentle pressure on the point. G. This technique could trigger the mechanism.
Is there a difference between squirting and female ejaculation?
Squirting and female ejaculation are both sometimes taboo subjects. Although the two concepts may have similar characteristics, it is necessary to clarify that if all women can become squirting, not all can ejaculate. The progress of science has made it possible to lift the veil on these two phenomena, because, in reality, the mechanism of female ejaculation and that of squirting women are different. However, it is important to emphasize that the two phenomena are in no way synonymous with a more intense orgasm.
The squirting woman
This denomination is especially applied when a large quantity of liquid escapes during orgasm. Physical effort and intense excitement increase the heart rate, causing blood to circulate and filter more quickly, which will cause fluid to accumulate in the bladder. This will then be evacuated in the form of trickling or spurting at the time of sexual stimulation leading to orgasm. The bladder will be completely emptied after the arousal climax. After carrying out analyzes, the scientists were able to deduce that this liquid would have the chemical structure of urine, but more diluted. It is odorless, colorless and has a neutral taste, which makes it closer to water.
During sexual intercourse, it happens that some women release a more or less significant amount of liquid in the sex area. However, this ejaculation is different from that of squirting women, because it comes from the Skène glands which are also called female prostates. The composition of this ejaculation is close to the prostatic fluid of men. Studies have shown it to contain prostatic acid phosphatase and fructose, both of which are present in male sperm. According to Dr. Desvaux, “all women have these glands, but they are more or less developed depending on testosterone levels and genetics. Even if this phenomenon requires stimulation to be triggered, it should be noted that ejaculation and orgasm do not always go hand in hand, because ejaculation can occur before or after excitement.
Fountain women have long been the subject of fascination because of their rarity. Some saw them as practitioners of black magic exercising an unhealthy enjoyment of female sexuality, while others saw them as women with strong reproductive power.
In India, the liquid that comes out is sometimes called "lotus nectar" or "nectar of the gods" and it was even recommended to be consumed. In Rwanda, it is considered a sacred liquid. Sociologist Janine Mossuz-Lavau noted that “their rarity made them goddesses in ancient civilizations and monsters in some cultures. In France and the United States, around the middle of the 20th century, several fountain women had surgery for urinary incontinence.
This phenomenon has already been mentioned in the "kamasutra" and in the time of Hippocrates who attributed it to a seed playing an important role in procreation. However, it was not until 2007 that it was confirmed with accuracy that this is a completely natural phenomenon and that it is in no way the expression of an anomaly.