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There's a lot of talk surrounding male and female squirting: what it is, how it works, if it's all just a myth, and if it isn't, is it the same thing across the sexes? For females and women with a vagina, it's often confused with female ejaculation, which we'll get to later, and for men or males with a penis, there's confusion as to whether the liquid released is seminal fluid, pee, or something else entirely. 

Today, we're exploring the science behind squirting and male and female ejaculation to remove any confusion, and then we're going to talk about how to enhance your orgasms and ejaculation to take your sexual pleasure to new levels.

First of all, what is squirting?

Squirting is a well-known phenomenon throughout modern media and the sex industry. Female squirting is studied and documented in various scientific studies, and the phenomenon is well represented—and likely artificially enhanced in some cases for entertainment value—in pornography.

Male squirting, however, is less common in porn and, until several years ago, didn't feature in any scientific studies at all.

Squirting by women is often referred to as female ejaculation, but exploration into the types of fluid that women expel during sexual activity, we know that female ejaculation and squirting are two different events, as discussed in the study, Differential diagnostics of female "sexual" fluids: a narrative review.

The study details the difference between the two events and the fluids produced by each as follows:



Female ejaculation

Is the secretion of a few milliliters of thick, milky fluid by the female prostate (Skene's glands) during orgasm, which contains prostate-specific antigen.


Defined as the orgasmic transurethral expulsion of tenths of milliliters of a form of urine containing various concentrations of urea, creatinine, and uric acid.

Female ejaculation and squirting are two phenomena with different mechanisms.

So, while female ejaculation produces a milky fluid from the prostate (the Skene's gland), squirting releases a small amount of cloudy or clear fluid, a form of urine. What we understand, however, is that both happen through sexual arousal and are likely to occur during orgasm. However, not all women experience female ejaculation or orgasm, as sexual experiences vary significantly from person to person.

Female ejaculation and squirting are two phenomena with different mechanisms.

While male squirting isn't as prevalent in porn, it's still a regular subject in current media. However, as there's less information available on the topic, there's a great deal of confusion and questioning surrounding the phenomenon; for example, is it the same as female squirting, how and when does it occur, can anyone do it, and is the released fluid the same urine liquid as the female squirt?

Male Squirting vs Normal Male Ejaculation

First, we'll tell you what male squirting isn't. It isn't ejaculation, and it isn't peeing.

If you visit discussion boards or the comments sections of your favorite porn pages, you'll see a lot of people confusing male squirting with ejaculation and some suggesting it's short bursts of peeing during sex.

While there's pleasure to be gained from each of those acts, neither of them is male squirting.

Here's the biology: when men ejaculate, they release seminal fluid from the seminal vesicles through the ejaculatory duct and urethra at the height of sexual stimulation, experiencing rhythmic contractions of the pelvic floor, orgasm, and ejaculation of the sperm.

When men squirt, however, they release a small amount of misty fluid, with a chemical makeup much like urine, after releasing semen through ejaculation. While both occur during sexual arousal and stimulation, they happen independently.



Releases semen

Releases a small amount of milky-colored fluid, a type of urine

Happens during the primary sexual climax

Happens after the primary ejaculation orgasm

Can men squirt, then?

As it turns out, yes, they can. However, how many men have this ability and if it's as prevalent as female squirting requires further study.

Despite much discussion and representation in public media, for scientific proof as to what male squirting is, how it occurs, and what it means for those who do it, almost all current information comes from a single study, Male squirting: Analysis of one case using color Doppler ultrasonography.

This, the first and only study to provide accurate monitoring and explanation, recruited a 25-year-old male known to experience male squirting. Through manual stimulation, he first achieved male ejaculation and orgasm, releasing semen, and shortly after, through continuing manual stimulation, he achieved a second orgasm where squirting was observed.

This study defines male squirting (mSQ) as:

The phenomenon of mSQ is flushing of fluid from the external urethral orifice during penile stimulation, even after semen ejaculation. The fluid is usually transparent and spurts out like mist.

Using a transrectal ultrasound probe, first, the subject's ejaculation was observed, and after a further twenty seconds of penis stimulation, male squirting followed and was monitored and recorded via ultrasonography.

Doppler ultrasonography has previously been used to analyze male ejaculation, as seen in this study, Analysis of human ejaculation using color Doppler ultrasonography: a comparison between antegrade and retrograde ejaculation, so was the ideal method to deliver the data required.

The results from the probe, which was inserted in the rectum, revealed a strong contraction of the prostate and pelvic striated muscles immediately before squirting and a stream of liquid passing from the urinary bladder through the prostatic urethra. The bladder neck remained closed, preventing the normal passage of urine during ejaculation as it normally would.

The resulting squirt manifested as 'translucent misty fluids with a creatine level similar to that of urine came from the extra-urethral orifice for about 60 seconds.'

The male squirting study's conclusion revealed:

In male squirting, urine in the bladder gushes out from the external urethral orifice due to strong contraction of the prostate and pelvic striated muscles.

Given what we know of female squirting, male and female squirting appear to have much in common, with quantities of urine finding a way to escape the bladder at the height of sexual stimulation.

However, the volume of liquid emitted by male squirting was relatively small, whereas some women experience, as pornography represents, a much greater emission. This factor was studied in the article Nature and Origin of “Squirting” in Female Sexuality, and findings revealed that, after emptying the bladder before testing, it started to fill again at the point of sexual excitation just before squirting and was found to be empty again after the event.

The conclusion stated that '... [female] squirting is essentially the involuntary emission of urine during sexual activity, although a marginal contribution of prostatic secretions to the emitted fluid often exists.'

Tips to improve your orgasms as a male

So, male squirting is a rerouting of urinary fluids due to contractions of the prostate and pelvic striated muscles. The revelatory study reveals it happens through sexual stimulation of the penis, and while squirting and ejaculation happen independently, both provide a great deal of pleasure through their own orgasms.

Whether you've ever experienced squirting or not, there are many ways to experience sexual pleasure than orgasm through ejaculation.

If you'd like to experience more intense sensations from your orgasms, however, the following suggestions may help to enhance sexual gratification.



Try prostate stimulation

Prostate massaging involves stimulating the prostate with a finger or sex toy through the rectum.

It can add intensity to penile orgasms, produce a standalone prostate orgasm, or provide multiple prostate orgasms in one session. It may also help reduce the chances of prostate cancer.

Use sex toys

Try penis (constriction) rings, vibrators, prostate massagerspenis pumps, sleeves, and masturbators to mix up your solo or partnefred sex to boost sexual arousal and orgasms.

Add Kegels to your exercise routine

Regular squeezing and releasing of the pelvic floor muscles—those responsible for controlling orgasm release—helps to strengthen them.

Explore edging

Just before the point of orgasm, stop masturbating or intercourse and allow arousal to subside.

Once the feeling has passed, continue sexual activity and build towards climax again. Repeat the process multiple times until you can't hold off any longer.

Extended masturbation and sex

By taking things slowly, similar to edging, orgasm is delayed while heightening sexual arousal.

This results in greater physical sensations when the climax finally occurs.

Refrain from masturbating for extended periods

Take a break from your usual masturbation routine and see how long you can abstain before releasing the built-up sexual tension.

Keep a healthy diet

Sex is a cardiovascular exercise, just like running and swimming.

Diet and nutrition play a significant part in the body's performance, so ensuring you get the ideal balance of nutrients in your diet will help maintain the ideal physical health.

Improve your sexual stamina

Adding cardio and strength training to your exercise regime will improve your muscle performance and allow you to enjoy intercourse for longer periods.

Quit smoking

Smoking is thought to increase the chances of erectile dysfunction, which will delay, if not prevent, intercourse for long enough to enjoy orgasm.


Yes, it's true; men can squirt—in a biologically similar manner, yet not entirely the same as a woman. It's brought on by sexual arousal, happens after a conventional climax with continued stimulation, and appears to include an orgasm independent of the one experienced during the penile climax.

Yes, it's true; men can squirt—in a biologically similar manner, yet not entirely the same as a woman.

While not all men and women will experience squirting in their lifetime, there's no denying it feels good to explore our sexuality, experimenting with different ways to enhance sexual pleasure and boost the power of our orgasms, whatever the results.

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