G Spot Stimulation – How To Give A Woman An Orgasm

Hey there, it’s Jason Julius here with another video. Today I’m talking all about the G-spot.

The G Spot is one of the most powerful pleasure zones that a woman has. When stimulated correctly it can bring about some of the most ground-shaking orgasms a woman will ever experience.

A G-spot orgasm can also quickly turn into a squirting orgasm. If you haven’t learned how to make a woman squirt, you need to head over to my site OrgasmArts.com to watch a live video demonstration of how to do it.

The G-spot is located on the inside of your woman’s vagina along the front wall, only about 1 to 2 inches inside.

It will be harder to find if your woman is not aroused; this is why lots of foreplay is needed before you can begin G spot stimulation. The area where the G-spot is located will have a wrinkled or ridged feel to it.

Once you find the G-spot, you can begin stimulation with your index finger using a “come here” motion.

You’ll want to use medium to firm pressure when applying your strokes, watching your woman’s reaction and adjusting accordingly.

Some women can take up to 30 minutes before they climax from G-spot stimulation, especially if she’s never had one before, so be prepared to spend some time down there.

However, as she becomes more familiar with the sensations, she’ll be able to achieve orgasms faster and faster with more practice.

To watch a live video demonstration of how to stimulate the G-spot, head over to my website OrgasmArts.com.

Squirting Orgasms vs Female Ejaculation vs Gushing Orgasms

Jason Julius here, from OrgasmArts.com.

Today I’m going to be discussing whether there is a difference between a gushing orgasm, female ejaculation and a squirting orgasm.

The simple answer is no, there is no difference.

All three terms can be and are used interchangeably to mean the same thing.

When someone is talking about a squirting orgasm or a gushing orgasm, he or she is referring to a woman experiencing female ejaculation during an orgasm.

Female ejaculation is the release of female ejaculate fluid by the paraurethral ducts through the urethra during or before an orgasm.

I personally prefer to use the term squirting rather than gushing.

The most common way a woman experiences a squirting orgasm is through vaginal G-spot stimulation.

All sexually healthy women are capable of learning how to squirt. There is no set amount of fluid that is expelled during a squirting or gushing orgasm, but for some women it can be quite a lot.

For some women the fluid will kind of dribble out, while for others it will shoot out with great force.

To learn how to make your woman squirt, head over to my site OrgasmArts.com to watch a live video demonstration of how to stimulate the G-spot.

Female Ejaculation Tips – Where Does Female Ejaculate Fluid Come From?

A female ejaculation orgasm is one of the most pleasurable orgasms that you can give a woman, and every man should master being able to give one to his woman.

When a woman has a female ejaculation orgasm she can release very large amounts of fluid, enough to totally soak a bed, but where does all this fluid actually come from?

Hi, I’m Jason Julius from OrgasmArts.com and in today’s video I’m going to answer the question of where female ejaculate fluid comes from.

Some people think that the fluid that a woman squirts or shoots out is urine. However, scientists have studied it enough to discover that it is not urine. Female ejaculate fluid contains something called prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, for short.

PSA is also found in male semen fluid. This leads many scientists to conclude that female ejaculate fluid comes from something called the Skene’s gland, otherwise known as the female prostate.

When a woman expels this fluid, it does not come out of her vagina; rather it is released through her urethra.

Female ejaculation orgasms do exist are one of the most powerful orgasms you can give your woman and I believe that all sexually healthy women can have them.

To learn how to give your woman a female squirting orgasm, I would like to invite you over to my site to watch a free video where I demonstrate a technique that will have your woman gushing like a fountain in no time.

To get this free video, simply head over to OrgasmArts.com

Vagina Squirting – Learn The Secrets To Female Ejaculation and Squirting Orgasms

What’s up? My name is Jason Julius. I’m a sex coach and creator of the video training course The Female Orgasm Blueprint.

In this video I’m going to be talking about female ejaculation, or what some people refer to as vagina squirting. When people use the term “vagina squirting,” they are referring to when a woman ejaculates or squirts female ejaculate fluid at the time of her orgasm.

I don’t like the term vagina squirting because it’s not an accurate description of what’s happening during a female ejaculate orgasm.

The term vagina squirting makes it sound like the female ejaculate fluid is expelled through the vagina; however, the fluid actually comes out of the urethra.

When a woman experiences female ejaculation during an orgasm, fluid is released from the Skene’s gland, otherwise known as the female prostate, and out the urethra. The urethra is the same hole from which urine is released; however, during a squirting orgasm it’s not urine that is released. It’s female ejaculate fluid.

This fluid contains glucose and has a bit of a sweet taste to it.

The most common way a woman will experience a female ejaculate orgasm is from direct stimulation to her G-spot from a finger, penis or G-spot massager.

Some women will expel a lot of fluid, while for others it will be just a little bit. Female ejaculation is completely normal, and all sexually healthy women can learn how to squirt.

What Is A Gushing Orgasm?

Hi, I’m Jason Julius, sex coach and creator of OrgasmArts.com.

When it comes to talking about sex, there are many different terms that get thrown around. And one of those terms is a “gushing orgasm.”

But what exactly is a gushing orgasm?

Well, lucky for you I’m going to answer that very question.

A gushing orgasm is when a woman has an orgasm and at the time expels fluid out of her urethra. A gushing orgasm is also commonly referred to as a squirting orgasm or a female ejaculation orgasm.

The fluid is released from the Skene’s gland, also known as the female prostate, and travels down the urethra tube and out. The fluid is not urine; it’s female ejaculate fluid.

Most women will experience a gushing orgasm from direct stimulation to the G-spot. Some women will gush a lot of fluid, while for others it will just kind of dribble out.

A gushing orgasm is 100% completely normal, and all sexually healthy women can learn how to have them.

To watch a live video demonstration of how to stimulate the G-spot to give a woman a gushing orgasm, head over to my educational site OrgasmArts.com.