I recently came across a video called “Ask A Porn Star: “Is Squirt Pee?” and it is a glorious discussion of female ejaculation from those in the know.
From the moment I came across the Venus Matters range of waterproof bed mats, I knew it was a brand that I was going to love.
When I discuss female ejaculation and squirting, I tend to use ‘female ejaculation’ to mean any way a woman experiences an ejaculatory response during sex.
NoMoreWetSpot have created waterproof blankets specifically designed to catch the fluids from sex, lube and massage oils keeping your mattress and sheets clean and dry.
Many wonderful things have happened as a result of running oh gush, and one in particular is what I’ve discovered about sex toys and squirting.
Every so often I’m lucky enough to have someone ask me to write a guest post, and recently this request came from Megan and Tanya, the babes from Take Back Your SEX.
While I’m not likely to get pregnant anytime soon; I’m fascinated by pregnancy, and what effect being pregnant has on a woman’s ability to squirt.
Here’s a fail proof guide on how to react if the woman you are having sex with is a squirter, or discovers she can squirt whilst in the midst of coitus.
There are many misconceptions around the sexual enigmas of squirting and female ejaculation. Here are 8 of the most common myths I’ve come across.
Crying after sex can happen to anyone regardless of gender, is a perfectly natural and normal response. It may happen without experiencing an orgasm.