When this info came out, squirters took to the internet to defend their orgasmic liquid, noting that it looks and smells nothing like urine. It could be that when some women squirt, they release a fluid from the Skene’s glands, located on the upper wall of the vagina.The other theory is that squirting is orgasmic urinary incontinence, which is an involuntary release of the bladder during orgasm.Again, a lot more research is needed to know for sure! Casey Calvert, a porn star, the BDSM and fetish expert for Game Link, and a self-professed squirter, thinks squirting is a real phenomenon.She says that if you want to squirt orgasmically, “get very comfortable with your Hitachi vibrator and also get a G-spot toy.” While there’s no hard proof that you can teach yourself to squirt, there are definitely plenty of articles and internet videos that try. “You can’t tell [it’s pee] unless the girl is really bad at her job and didn’t drink enough water and it’s really yellow,” says Calvert.
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Calvert notes that not all women can squirt and that when she does, only a few drops of liquid come out. “My personal experience is that I can’t squirt on command. If you get hired to do a squirting scene, they don’t really care what you’re doing, if you’re actually expressing the gland that creates the real squirt or if you’re peeing.” So it makes sense that sometimes squirting, like a lot of other things you see in porn, isn’t real.
It’s also a popular fetish, according to Calvert, which is why you see it a lot in porn.