Welcome to oh gush! A blog about all things related to female ejaculation and pussy positivity, in which I give my personal squirting experiences and rant about sexually related topics.

Female ejaculation is also commonly termed as squirting or gushing, though I often use my noun of choice; she-jaculation.

Prior to experiencing female ejaculation first hand at the age of 25, and felt quite alone in this discovery, I’d never even heard of it before. I was initially shocked by my new found orgasmic reaction. Surely if this was an actual thing that happened to women during sex, wouldn’t I know about it?

Why Don’t We Talk About Squirting?

A couple of years ago, I was catching up with an old friend I hadn’t seen in ages. We were both in relatively new relationships and, naturally, after a couple of wines, the topic of conversation bee-lined to sex. She started telling me about the amazing sex she was having with her hot new boyfriend. She described her awakening rimming experience, assuring me it was the best feeling your asshole could have, and that coupled with a great lube, anal is also definitely worth a go. I figured with this kind of discussion going on, I was in a safe zone. I blurted out that I was also having fantastic sex, and that every time I came I gushed all over the sheets.

I could tell immediately that what I said made her feel uncomfortable, she kind of squirmed in her seat and then nervously laughed and said “What? So you do that weird pissing thing when you have sex – like they do in porn?”

Rather than telling her, “Uhh… no, trust me it’s not pee. It feels seriously awesome, and it makes my partner so fucking turned on.” I became very self conscious and quickly changed the subject back to her sexcapades.

I’ve found since then that when I’ve brought up the subject of female ejaculation with others, it often makes women (and men) feel uncomfortable. Outside of what is depicted in porn, a lot of people don’t have much understanding about this awesome phenomena. It really doesn’t help when there has been a push from the scientific community, and media, to incorrectly label the fluid excreted as urine.

In 2017, why does it seem that every other sexually related topic is up for discussion – from rimming, to anal, to toys, to bondage – yet there’s still a strange taboo around squirting?

Why I Created This Blog

I’ve spent countless hours musing myriad questions, reading medical journals and have Googled the crap out “female ejaculation” and “squirting” trying to find as much information as possible. While there are a few articles out there, and discussions in forums, there really isn’t a lot of solid answers to many questions I’ve had over the years, which I’ve had to work out for myself.

In absolutely none of the studies that I’ve found, has anyone conducting said studies thought to gain a first hand account from the women who actually experiencing she-jaculation.

No, instead they’ve studied between 1 and 7 test subjects (yeah, I know a small pool huh, I have more toes than the number of women included in these studies) analysed the fluid to the nth degree in an attempt to prove it’s urine, taken ultrasounds of the women before and after and have several times concluded incorrectly that female ejaculation is merely sexual incontinence.

With the exception of a some awesome bloggers out there like Hey  and Kayla Lords, few people are giving female ejaculation the air time is deserves.

I’m so aggravated that it’s not a standard practice to discuss squirting. Seriously, it should be discussed in Sex Ed along with the actual size and shape of the clitoris (that’s a rant for another day though…)

My hope that in creating this blog, giving first hand information and talking about squirting in depth, we can open up a dialogue about female ejaculation and shed more light on this important subject.

If you have any of your own experiences to share, I’d love to hear from you.

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