Yes, mere pleasure-seeking mortals can do it, but it just might not look like you think. Despite sex educators, sex journalists hi! One of those things on most pleasure-seekers' lists? That's exactly why she and sex educator Lola Dean , who holds the world record for volume squirting—seriously, mL in 25 seconds—are going deep on the subject. Below, they explain what squirting is and how to make yourself squirt, plus whether it's actually possible for everyone.
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Masturbation — there , we said it. Touching yourself might feel taboo and you might be embarrassed to talk about it, but exploring your sexuality is totally normal. It's a healthy way to learn about yourself and your body, so you feel more comfortable when you're ready to have a sexual partner. And hey, it's fun and feels good, too. If you think you're the only one of your friends who has done it, you're probably not.
How to Squirt (and Why It's Totally Chill If You Can't)
In an ideal world, during sex your body would respond to all kinds of stimulation the same benevolent way Oprah does to her audience members. Your partner goes down on you? You get an orgasm!
You know how people blame Disney movies for giving people unrealistic expectations about love? Well, I blame porn for giving me unrealistic expectations about sex. If porn were any indication of people's everyday sex lives, we'd all be firing off liquid streams of erotic bliss at every climax.