Making It Rain: Just An Everyday Type of Thing

Updated: Nov 18, 2020

Written by: Camilla Bottari

“ Oh Baby, that is sooo hot please keep going”...

“ Hey what are you doing...are you peeing on me?”...

In over 20 years of having sex, these are the phrases that I often heard when I reached the peak of my orgasm, and yes ladies, I am a squirter.

I started to squirt at a very young age, 16-17 years old. I wasn’t fully sure what was happening, but my interesting upbringing and curiosity for sex for over a decade made it ok.

I had amazing and awful partners, partners that embraced and partners that shamed me for “the mess that I made."

Partners that were turned off and said that I ruined their bed, and partners that got creative and took a hairdryer, laughing and drying the enormous “swimming pool” that I left behind.

Remember, your partner should only consider him/herself “blessed” when we squirt on them, it means that they are doing something right.

Squirting by having sex, is a team effort, I’m letting my partner know what I like, how I like it, and what I want. Otherwise, both of the parties can easily ejaculate by themselves in a separate setting...

But let’s go back to what “squirting” means and doesn’t mean.

To me, “squirting” is like cumming for a guy. I reach the apex of the climax or orgasm and what releases is a very large pool of transparent and tasteless liquid.

What is Squirt?

It is female ejaculation...And no, it is not pee!!

If I pee before sex, how is it possible that I secrete so much liquid when I orgasm?

Analysis has shown that the fluid contains prostatic acid phosphatase (PSA). PSA is an enzyme present in male semen that helps sperm motility and fructose, (generally present in male semen where it acts as an energy source for sperm), both fluids come from the Skene’s Glands or female Prostate. Skene’s glands sit on the front, inside the wall of the vagina near the G-spot. Researchers believe that stimulation causes these glands to produce PSA and fructose, which then move into the urethra."

The technical explanation is just to inform you that it doesn't have the same consistency of pee. Pee is technically part of it, but not all of it.

I had guys praise me for being able to squirt. The reality? We all can.

This isn’t something for only a few of us, all women are able to orgasm this way, you just need to be in contact with your body and your sexuality. Know and embrace what you like and what turns you on.

Sometimes we have to guide our partner to where our “G-Spot” is and how to stimulate it. Because let's be real, nobody comes with a manual.

After 20 years and more partners than I can remember, I know what I like, what I don’t like, and what I can work with in time. But something that I’m not ready to put up with is partners that don’t understand the gift that we are giving them, unleashing this warm silky juice…

I rock at sex! I’m not a rarity and if I don’t squirt on you it’s because we don’t necessarily match sexually. End of story!

Can you squirt multiple times during intercourse?

The maximum that I’ve squirted is 5 times. I used to think that I could cum so much due to the fact that I wasn’t properly releasing the full orgasm.

With age, I realized that I can simply squirt over and over again due to the continued stimulus of the G-spot, what can I say, right partner, the right chemistry, and right body synchronization.

After I finish squirting, “Constantina”, the name I’ve given my vagina, is very relaxed, she is done, and closed for business, haha. I’m then swimming in a beautiful and sexy pool of vaginal juice.

I’m so at peace and released that as my partner you have two options, either to climax fast or don’t disturb my flow…

After all, we, as women, are not too different from men’s ejaculation behavior.

To be continued...


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