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Perhaps the modern, sex-positive version of R. And if you've ever stressed yourself out wondering, why you can't squirt during sex? Rest assured that there is nothing "wrong" with you at all. Though some people may not have Skene's glands or have glands that produce liquid, Engle adds that others may just not enjoy having their G-spot or Skene's glands stimulated, and therefore don't want to be touched there.
Of course, defining what constitutes "squirting" can be helpful, as well.
Whereas some people may noticeably release a lot of fluids, others may produce less or minimal fluid. It is still squirt. As Dr. Shepherd adds, the process behind producing squirting fluid is similar to the production of other bodily fluids like mucus, blood, and breast milk.
Shepherd says. Just as some people produce more mucus hello, allergy seasonsome bodies are built to produce more squirting fluids. Some women have reported squirting after giving blowjobs or having their nipples sucked. Ross shares, sexual expression and enjoyment come in all shapes and sizes.
Because sex and sexuality can be so heavily impacted by cultural, religious, and societal norms, Dr. Ross adds that it can difficult to separate what causes bodily functions like squirting from the emotional aspect of sex what someone is into or what turns them on. While you may already know that you like to squirt or that you'd like to do it, Jean shares the importance of listening to your body and finding what works for you.
As everyone's body experiences arousal differentlyand even your own body changes over time, there is no one reason why someone may or may not be able to squirt during sex. All that matters is what feels good for you.
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