Squirting is, for many cam girls, the holy grail of onscreen sexual performativity. It’s tangible, undeniable proof for a lot of viewers that you’ve got your rocks off – and there’s nothing that many viewers like more than to think that they’ve gotten a cam girl off.
However, squirting does not naturally come for many cam girls. And even for those who are naturally inclined towards it, knowing how to squirt on demand can be extremely difficult (not to mention physically taxing).
Learning to squirt on demand, then, is a highly prized ability. If you can master the art, you can deliver what guys want when they want it, and you can all but guarantee that they’ll keep coming back for more.
But how can you learn to squirt on demand? Is it even possible to do such a thing, particularly if you’re unable to squirt in the first place?
Let’s take a look at whether or not it’s possible to train yourself in the art of so-called female ejaculation – and if you can master it for your camming work.
What Is Squirting?
Squirting – also known as female ejaculation – is the explosive expulsion of fluid from the urethra during sex and, often, at the moment of orgasm.
It’s actually a hotly debated topic if there is any difference between squirting and simply peeing during sexual activity, as both fluids come from the urethra. Squirting varies from person to person, however, with some expelling only enough for a small damp spot, while others erupt like a sexual geyser. To porn stars and cam girls, it’s very much the latter that’s of interest – viewers aren’t going to be impressed with a tiny dribble.
Prepping For On-Cam Squirting
There are a number of steps necessary to ensure that you’re locked, loaded, and ready for on-cam squirting. Let’s look at what you should do to make sure you’re good to go.
Get (And Stay) Hydrated
Before you can squirt on camera, you need to make sure there’s fuel in the tank, so to speak. Squirting requires fluids, and lots of them – which means that you’re going to need to be suitably hydrated.
A lot of cam girls swear by cold green tea (which has the added benefit of being very healthy) or the electrolyte replacement drink Pedialyte (though any sugar-free beverage that replaces electrolytes will do).
There’s a fine line between peeing and squirting, and you ideally don’t want to be doing the former all over your bedsheets when you’re aiming for the latter. You should therefore make sure to visit the bathroom before you get going.
This also actually helps in squirting, as if you think you’re going to pee somewhere you shouldn’t, your response will be to shut things down, which will result in zero squirtage.
If, on the other hand, you’ve been to the bathroom recently, you can be more confident that you’re not going to pee the bed.
Cum Beforehand (Or Get Really Turned On)
Squirting is easier if you’re turned on. This sounds obvious, but what we mean by this is that it’s a lot easier to squirt if you’ve already cum, or if you’ve got yourself really aroused.
The reason for this is that squirting has a lot to do with G-spot stimulation, and it’s easier to stimulate the G-spot if you’ve already primed it.
It will be firmer and much easier to locate, and the urethral sponge will be swollen and more likely to expel fluid. Both of these mean that it’s a good idea to get yourself good and worked up before you hit the camera for that squirting session.
Focus On The Clitoris First
When doing the above, it’s a good idea to focus on your clit before you turn your attention to the G-spot. This makes perfect sense if you think about it – since the G-spot is harder to find unless you’re turned on, you need to go about turning yourself on first. It’s much easier to do that via clitoral stimulation than G-spot arousal, and start with the former and move on to the latter when you’re ready to go.
Put A Lot Of Pressure On The G-Spot When Cumming
As mentioned, squirting is essentially all about hitting up that G-spot. That means that when you’re about to cum, your best chance of squirting comes from working the G-spot as hard as you can.
You’re not going to squirt straight away, so don’t panic if it doesn’t happen immediately. By working this area, you’re actually pushing on erectile tissue that sits around the urethra, and so you’re priming the ejaculate to get expelled. Just keep stimulating that area, and when you cum, the odds are good that you’re going to squirt.
Get By With A Little Help From A Friend
Do you know what’s great for both clitoral and G-spot stimulation? A whole bunch of sex toys – many of which you’ll want in the course of cam work anyway.
Toys like the Lelo Gigi 2 are great for stimulating the G-spot, whereas if you want clitoral stimulation, you might consider a vibrator like the Billionaire.
You don’t need to choose one over the other, however – there are plenty of great dual-action toys on the market that will work both the clit and the G-spot at the same time; we have an article detailing some of the best!
Toys such as the Happy Rabbit are perfect for this and will aid immeasurably in ensuring that you hit the sort of squirts that you and your viewers are looking for.
This sounds counter-intuitive, but if you’re trying too hard and focusing too much on squirting, then it’s not going to come. Take it easy, follow the above advice, and you’ll find that it will come quite naturally.
Knowing How to Squirt Takes Practise
Though squirting doesn’t always come easy, by following the tips we’ve laid out above, you should be gushing like a Hollywood luvvie in no time at all. Just make sure you’re hydrated, don’t have a full bladder, and work that G-spot!
Oh, and if you’re keen to know more vital tips that’ll help you get started in the cam industry, we have you covered. Check out our selection of guides that range from the Cam Girl Starter Kit to the best way to interact with adult webcam models in our cam sex industry section.