Sex Life

Can Your Woman have squirting orgasms?

Written by Sean Collins

Ever since Charlie Greene’s piece, I can make my pussy squirt and gush, about what most call squirting orgasms – my desire to deeply explore this phenomenon evolved into, well, obsession. Because, according to Charlie, it’s the top of woman’s pleasure. So when you think about it, if your woman can spray the wall, your own sexual experience will be radically improved. We all know that the higher the woman’s sexual arousal is, the more fun we have.

Now what we want to do here is to explore a bit of science behind female squirting orgasm and gushing of peculiar liquid that nobody seems to understand where it’s coming from. But, of course, we’re gonna do it in a fun and relaxed way.

Sometimes, knowing what exactly is happening can make things much easier.

What is happening? What do scientists think about squirting orgasms?

Charlie has explained how she’s doing it and how you can make your woman have a squirting orgasm. We, on the other hand, will dive deeper into this matter of centuries’ old debate. As you’ll learn, some folks (read: scientists) think that squirting and subsequent gushing is not the female squirting orgasm.

It seems that sometimes there are signs of urine, and sometimes there’s not, so it confuses the scientific community. To be honest, I really don’t see the purpose of wasting time and resources, but you know how they are; they like to kill the fun in everything with their difficult to understand phrases and terminology.

What’s been beating me is the fact that there are still those conservative farts who simply won’t accept the fact that some women — not all — really do squirt. In their primitive thinking about the sexuality, they just cannot comprehend the fact that same as man can make the mess, woman can do it to even more extent. We wet, but when circumstances are right and woman is fully relaxed before her second or third orgasm, she’ll soak the sheet.

How they do it?

Before we get to explain the science behind this amazing and highly debatable ability of some women, we simply must familiarize ourselves with the parts of the vagina you didn’t even know exist.

The following image will give you a better clue of what we are dealing with here – and where the squirting orgasm come from.

Bartholin’s glands are believed to lubricate the entrance and prevent any painful sensation during the sexual intercourse. Skene’s glands on the other hand are the interesting little things. It appears that we’re talking about the glands that share much of similarity with male’s prostate gland.

Skene’s glands are in fact ducts connected with the urethra. While some question the role of Skene’s glands in female ejaculation, most are agreeing that these prostate like glands and ducts are in fact the reason why woman can in fact have a squirting orgasm. To make things even more interesting, small portion of women do not have Skene’s glands and it’s suspected that the absence of these peculiar little things may in fact be the reason why some women simply can’t have the orgasm.

As you can see from the close-up of the most wonderful thing known to man, these are glands located at the front wall of the vagina, around the lower end of the urethra. They drain into the urethra and near the urethral opening and may be near or a part of the largely discussed women’s G-spot. These glands are surrounded with tissue (which includes the part of the clitoris) that reaches up inside the vagina and swells with blood during sexual arousal.

Now, from purely biological point of view, I really don’t see what the fuck is so confusing here. It’s clear that Skene’s are doing it, possibly along with something else located in woman’s pelvis.

Why do I claim this?

1) Skene’s glands are also known as female prostate;

2) Female ejaculate has a composition somewhat similar to the fluid generated in males by the prostate glands;

3) Women without gland have lower levels of male-like discharge markers

4) Charlie is not the only woman claiming that she can squirt and gush!


Hotaru Akane, Charley Chase, Annie Cruz, Cytherea, Jamie Lynn, Jiz Lee, Missy Monroe, Jenna Presley, and Flower Tucci are just few porn stars that are known for this extraordinary and pretty exciting ability – to have big squirting orgasms.

Furthermore, 17th century Dutch anatomist, Regnier de Graff, wrote this in his work, Concerning the Generative Organs of Women:

“[VI:66-7] The urethra is lined by a thin membrane. In the lower part, near the outlet of the urinary passage, this membrane is pierced by large ducts, or lacunae, through which pituito-serous matter occasionally discharges in considerable quantities.

Between this very thin membrane and the fleshy fibres we have just described there is, along the whole duct of the urethra, a whitish membranous substance about one finger-breadth thick which completely surrounds the urethral canal… The substance could be called quite aptly the female ‘prostatae’ or ‘corpus glandulosum’, ‘glandulous body’…The function of the ‘prostatae’ is to generate a pituito-serous juice which makes women more libidinous with its pungency and saltiness and lubricates their sexual parts in agreeable fashion during coitus.

[VII:81] The discharge from the female ‘prostatae’ causes as much pleasure as does that from the male ‘prostatae’…”

In 16th century, another Dutch physician, Laevinius Lemnius, referred to how a woman “draws forth the man’s seed and casts her own with it.”

But unfortunately, every now and then, some goddamn chauvinistic moral regulator appears and spoils the fun for everybody; women in particular.

For instance, in 1886, Krafft-Ebing, German shrink who popularized the terms “sadism” and “masochism” in more deviant kind of sexual activities, proposed his own study of sexual perversions entitled Psychopathia Sexualis, where he describes female ejaculation under the heading “Congenital Sexual Inversion in Women” as a perversion related to neurasthenia and homosexuality:

“…the intersexual gratification among…women seems to be reduced to kissing and embraces, which seems to satisfy those of weak sexual instinct, but produces in sexually neurasthenic females ejaculation.”

Where neurasthenic refers to the condition where individual suffers from the acute or chronic mechanical weakness of the actual nerves.

And this, part affirmative, part negative descriptions or opinions continues to the modern age.

As for me, I decided to trust the women who claim this to be the true biological fact. So yes, I’m sure that women are perfectly capable of ejaculating, squirting and gushing, regardless of what those conservative patriarchs are claiming.

But then again, if there are so many evidences, why there are still people who are having a hard time believing it?

Well, you know our dear scientists. They just have to prove stuff beyond any reasonable doubt. When they do, they receive special gratitude and even Nobel Prize. Few years or decades after the “undisputable proof” and award received from the community, some dude comes along and prove them all wrong. It’s how it goes with science. For you can truly know only what you had experienced. So how the fuck does some 55-year-old male scientist can prove something like this?

It’s clear that some things are not that easy to confirm or deny even though they’ve been studied for centuries. Squirting is just one of those things because, common sense is telling scientists that if there’s a certain volume of liquid ejaculated from the urethra and it’s not the urine, there has to be a tank somewhere, holding all that liquid, right?

This is the mystery that’s been preventing them to prove anything

The biggest problem they are all facing appears to be the “reservoir.” Where does all that fluid come from? It’s not the bladder. Although, there are reports of urine gushes from time to time but that may or may not be the actual squirting or ejaculation.

It’s perhaps just the moment when bladder sphincter got too loosen up just in the middle of the high intensity orgasm. So freakin’ what? If she likes it, who are we to judge, right?

Each and every report of squirting, including Charlie’s, claims that liquid is transparent to whitish without that unpleasant odor of ammonia.

Now some scientist argue that the source of all that fluid can only be bladder because it’s the only thing in women’s pelvis big enough to contain such amount of liquid.

But there’s an obvious problem with this theory – where did all that ammonia left?

Let’s propose our own theory about squirting orgasms. If they can do it, so can we.

Back to the basics; back to de Graff’s depiction of this part of female’s anatomy:

“…The urethra is lined by a thin membrane. In the lower part, near the outlet of the urinary passage, this membrane is pierced by large ducts, or lacunae, through which pituito-serous matter occasionally discharges in considerable quantities.

Between this very thin membrane and the fleshy fibres we have just described there is, along the whole duct of the urethra, a whitish membranous substance about one finger-breadth thick which completely surrounds the urethral canal... The substance could be called quite aptly the female ‘prostatae’ or ‘corpus glandulosum’, ‘glandulous body’


Now, just for a second, let’s forget about science and ask a simple question: Why would there have to be any reservoir?

Body stores water. Try to cut on your meals by 70% and expel all stuff that contains fats and carbohydrates and you’ll spend next day pissing every 2 hours!

And same as muscles, organs, stomach, intestines or every other part of the human body “orders” certain amount of water when in need, who says that this exact principle isn’t used in this mechanism?

Female prostate or that tissue surrounding the whole duct of urethra may issue the request for specific amount of water to be added to the main concentrated matter which contains those same markers found in male’s prostate’s discharge.

Depending on the “level” or sexual arousal, female ejaculate may vary in volume. From just a few drops to the head shower if she’s sitting on your face.

Some things are almost impossible to “record” during the actual occurrence and this is one of those. Because, as Charlie has put it, most women are extremely private and even embarrassed about this. And they are embarrassed mostly due to chauvinist bullshit coming from the dinosaurs of medicine. If nobody made a big deal out of it, it would be a normal thing and women would probably seek for more sex. They would be freed from the shackles of cynicism, chauvinism, hypocrisy and false moral standards imposed by those less worthy and least self-confident.

And you can see this claim in practice

Malinowski’s Melanesian study, The Sexual Life of Savages, published in 1929, states that in the language of the Trobriand Island people, a single word is used to describe ejaculation in both male and female: momona or momola.

Gladwin and Sarason are describing sexual habits among the Trukese Micronesians, where according to the local customs female orgasm is commonly signaled by urination. And then we have people of Ugandan Batoro, Mohave Indians, Mangaians, and Ponapese. In Batoro people for instance, the customs are that the older women teach the younger women “kachapati”, or spraying the wall, at puberty.

It seems that there were no Western anthropologists there who could teach these people that something like “spraying the wall from within the vagina” simply does not exist or that it is some perversion women should not be practicing because it affects their male libido. Poor oblivious people must now live in joy and ultimate sexual pleasures. Freakin’ Greek tragedy.

OK folks, now you know the science and pseudoscience behind the phenomenon we all know as squirting. It’s time you roll your sleeves and make every effort to loosen up your ladies. They are missing on something pretty big here. Help them out. Be gentlemen.

To improve your efficacy, we encourage and advise you to go over the Dennis Thompsett’s Casual User’s Manual for Vagina: Guide for Non-Owner. When you combine what you’ve learned here with Charlie’s and Dennis’ guides, you will make your woman squirt and even gush. And she’ll be extremely grateful to you for the experience that will ultimately change how you both view sexual pleasures all together.

About the author

Sean Collins

An investigative journalist with the thing for business, confidence, societal, and human behavior topics. The straightforward guy with the opinion that doesn't always agree with the mainstream. We call him Choozo. Cuz he's picky. About freakin' everything.