In the interest of the greater good, Dr. There are ultrasound studies that show it definitely comes from the bladder. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter : lizn It makes a lot of sense anatomically speaking, because there is no other structure in that area of the female body that can 1 hold that much liquid and 2 shoot it out with that much force. If you think about what might be happening when a woman approaches orgasm, the ejaculate can very easily get mixed in with natural lube or artificial lube that is being used. So basically, teaching yourself to squirt is learning how to relax a certain set of pelvic floor muscles while pushing up on that area in the G-spot, and opening up that angle, and then allowing yourself to relax enough to out with the bladder at the same time. Castellanos agreed to go deep on the subject. But no, anatomically squirting does not work that way.
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