Crying after sex can happen to anyone regardless of gender, is a perfectly natural and normal response. It may happen without experiencing an orgasm.
This is a question that I’ve pondered for a while now without finding a concrete answer. It’s ironic in a way, as there are so many women (and men) out there on a quest to achieve female ejaculation, with some even feeling as though they are missing out by not having experienced it. As I’ve mentioned before, I seem to be what I call a ‘natural squirter.’ A term I’ve coined to mean that female ejaculation happens easily for me, I don’t seem to have much control over it, and it isn’t something I ever tried to make happen. I squirt (practically) every time I have sex, regardless of the sexual position I’m in. Sometimes even before orgasming, I gush just from being turned on. I also find the amount of fluid I squirt, is directly proportionate to both how relaxed, and how horny I am. The only way for me to stop myself ejaculating is to also stop myself from experiencing sexual pleasure. And quite frankly, that’s just fucking pointless. I wasn’t always the consistent squirter I am today. Squirting has featured in my sex life for many years, yet prior to being with my awesome current lover, I’d only ever dribbled a relatively small amount of liquid. I’d leave a small wet patch in the bed, but it wasn’t enough to worry about having to manage it. Then when my partner and I started having sex, this escalated to me jetting out what seemed like buckets of fluid virtually overnight. I don’t exactly know what’s responsible for this, but I put it down to the level of intimacy…
Some people think having sex on your period is gross, but it’s awesome for many reasons. Female ejaculation is even possible during period sex.
During my many Google searches on female ejaculation, I have found there are many websites claiming they can “teach you to make her squirt.”
While noone as yet has been able to scientifically identify exactly why some women are able to achieve female ejaculation and others are not, I have found that there are some key factors that need to be in place for it to happen.
As a full time squirter, I gush every single time I come through penetrative sex, however the ways I’ve ejaculated have varied over time with different partners.
I thought for many years that there was something wrong with me, and that perhaps I was asexual. I didn’t feel any enjoyment during sex, and throughout my mid to late teens I didn’t know what having “The Big O” actually felt like.
A study was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, that was conducted with the aim of demonstrating that “real” female ejaculation and that “squirting or gushing” are two different types of phenomena.
I’m a seriously lucky human, who has the most loving and supportive wife.
She’s so supportive that she has written an account of squirting from the perspective of someone who is in a relationship with a squirter:.
Squirting or gushing during sex does not have to mean a wet bed with soggy sheets. By having safeguards in place, you can avoid the fluid produced through female ejaculation resulting in a mood-killing post coitus clean up.