Nature and Origin of Squirting
Samuel Salama, Florence Boitrelle, Amélie Gauquelin, Lydia Malagrida, Nicolas Thiounn, Pierre Desvaux
This scientific article studies the nature and origin of “squirting” as it is still a controversial subject. Seven women, used to “squirt”, participated in this study. The protocol is quite simple: they empty their bladders, get excited and squirt. Using pelvic ultrasound scans, urine samples and squirting samples, the researchers concluded that squirting is essentially the involuntary emission of urine during sexual activity and, marginally, the emission of other secretions.
The video on squirting of Charline from Orgasme & Moi presents these results simply and clearly.
It is a scientific article of public utility that puts an end to many elucubrations on this subject. Thank you to the researchers who are looking further into the mysteries of female sexual pleasure!