How do I make a woman squirt?
Short answer: With two fingers, some lube, and a lot of patience.
Preface: I’m writing this as if I’m instructing a man on how to make it happen to a woman. Until a woman gets the hang of squirting and/or learns some orgasm control, it can be hard to make yourself squirt.
Plus, I’m used to talking to dudes.
All that being said, substitute your favorite pronouns, because anyone can make this happen.
First things first. You’ve both got to be on the same page. While it can happen when neither of you are trying to make it happen (which is what happened to me the first 10 times or so), chances are it won’t. Especially the first time.
It’ll take both of you doing the right things at the right time to get that magic moment.
So, you’re both into it. Good.
The next thing, she needs to pee. Empty out that bladder and she won’t be nearly as concerned about female ejaculate being piss.
Now chill. She needs to drink some water and relax.
Engage in foreplay. Lots and lots of foreplay. No such things as too much at this point.
Once she’s really excited and wet, it’s time for some fingering. Get some lube. You’re going to need it.
Have her on her back with her legs spread wide. You’re going to want to use two fingers. I personally prefer the middle finger and the ring finger, but you could just as easily use the pointer finger and middle.
I suggest your dominant hand. If it takes awhile, those fingers can get tuckered out.
Go in palm up. Now take those two fingers and make a “come here” motion, pulling the pads of your fingers up towards her vaginal wall, like you’re trying to touch the back of her clit, and then a little bit back towards the palm.
This is her G-spot.